NSF grant funds UW-Eau Claire student-faculty plant pollination research in South Africa
Dr. Nora Mitchell, an assistant professor of biology, and three biology students spent a month in South Africa this summer collecting research data on plant pollination in one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots.
UW-Eau Claire receives large grant to support faculty-student research in growing field of astrophysics
Dr. William Wolf, assistant professor of physics and astronomy at UW-Eau Claire, received a five-year, $526,813 CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation to work with undergraduate students on research beginning this summer.
Powerful supercomputing capabilities reshape undergrad research and teaching at UW-Eau Claire
The Blugold Center for High Performance Computing has grown not only in terms of hardware and technology capabilities, but also with a new full-time administrator, training workshops and daily coursework.
Blugold research team studies use of artificial intelligence during COVID-19 pandemic
UW-Eau Claire student researchers examined what other researchers were doing and how successful they were in creating models to solve problems related to COVID-19, along with examining the limitations and difficulties they experienced.
UW-Eau Claire receives major NSF grant for summer undergraduate research
UW-Eau Claire has received a nearly $400K grant from the National Science Foundation to support research opportunities in computational science for 10 students each summer for three years, positions expected to attract a diverse pool of applicants.
Multiple research projects help Blugold gain skills, direction as she looks to future
Avi Devy Mohan transferred to UW-Eau Claire because of its undergraduate research program. Still, the Blugold — now a senior computer science and applied mathematics major — never imagined just how much research would shape her future plans.
Research helps Blugold discover how computer science, health care intersect
This summer — thanks to his work on multiple research projects — Nichol He discovered he doesn’t have to choose between his two passions when planning for his future career because computer science and health care intersect in ways he never imagined.
UW System Board of Regents approves new bioinformatics major at UW-Eau Claire
Students at UW-Eau Claire soon will have the opportunity to pursue a degree in bioinformatics, a specialty field that is increasingly in demand. The new interdisciplinary major will be offered beginning in fall 2022.
Blugold Supercomputing Cluster Consortium received new funding
New NSF Funding