College of Arts and Sciences News
Student research spotlight: Madeline Marchiafava at Research in the Rotunda
The recent UW-Eau Claire environmental biology and hydrogeology graduate was invited, along with seven other Blugold students, to present collaborative faculty-student research projects at the UW System's annual Research in the Rotunda earlier this month.
Blugold follows winding path to find her major, future career
Linnea Vesely came to UW-Eau Claire convinced accounting was the right major for her. Then she changed her mind — again and again — before circling back to accounting.
Classes, experiences help Blugold connect with his Latinx/Latine roots
Growing up, Andrés Mallea was aware of his Latinx/Latine identity, but he didn’t know much about his community’s history. That’s changing thanks to the people, classes and real-world opportunities he’s found at UW-Eau Claire.
Three UW-Eau Claire faculty members receive excellence awards
Three accomplished UW-Eau Claire faculty members have received recently established $10,000 donor-supported excellence awards, recognizing their outstanding teaching in computer science, physics and mathematics, and their commitment to their students.
Blugold passionate about future career serving and advocating for the aging population
With a passion for helping people, Annabelle Howat knows the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire’s health care administration program — with its “a head for business and a heart for caring” slogan — is perfect for her.
Blugold earns national award for design work on Honors newsletter
Thanks to her efforts in and outside of UW-Eau Claire classrooms, Carly Bower knows her skills as a graphic designer have greatly improved during her years as a Blugold. Now the UW-Eau Claire senior has a national award to prove it.
UW-Eau Claire welcomes keynote speaker for International Women’s Day on March 9
An International Women’s Day celebration at UW-Eau Claire will include a presentation by Georgetown University lecturer and feminist scholar Dr. Mimi Khúc.
Blugold embraces every opportunity on campus and in the community
Given her passion for gymnastics, love for community and interest in human movement, Lili Shank knew UW-Eau Claire was the right place to pursue her athletic and academic dreams. Four years later, she's proud of her success as a student-athlete.
Menard Center for Constitutional Studies to host two events relating to free speech
The Menard Center for Constitutional Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire will host two events this spring that relate to free speech.
New University Fellows program rewards, celebrates high-achieving UW-Eau Claire faculty
UW-Eau Claire has named 10 educators as University Fellows, a new donor-supported initiative that aims to recognize and celebrate high-achieving members of the university’s faculty and instructional staff.
Immersion with service focus helps Blugold connect with people, culture in Puerto Rico
Leyirabari Gininwa has had many amazing experiences on and around the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire’s campus during his years as a Blugold, but a service-focused immersion on a Caribbean island might top them all.
UW-Eau Claire again among top producers of prestigious Fulbrights
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire is again among the top master’s universities in the nation for the number of students who receive Fulbright grants through the U.S. Department of State’s international educational exchange program.
Fulbrights gaining experience, confidence teaching in other parts of the world
The saying “if you can dream it, you can do it” is coming true for Greta Wiederhold and Kaitlyn Zenner, recent University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire graduates now working as English teaching assistants abroad through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
UW-Eau Claire’s high school outreach program aims to bring more diversity into the geosciences
GeoPaths — a UW-Eau Claire outreach program — is introducing high school students from underrepresented populations to careers in the geosciences, a career path vital to solving a plethora of societal issues, including climate change and water scarcity.
Blugold history class creates digital exhibit about women who changed societal norms after WWII
A team of Blugolds created a digital exhibit that tells the story of a group of talented women who changed societal norms and gender expectations in the years following World War II.
International organization recognizes UW-Eau Claire’s actuarial science program as one of the best in the world
UW-Eau Claire’s actuarial science program is one of four university programs in the world to receive the 2022 CAS University Award, recognizing the exemplary ways it prepares students for careers in the property and casualty insurance industry.