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Thanks to a team of Blugolds, local fifth-graders now understand how decades ago citizenship schools helped African-Americans in their fight against segregation, and how the spirit of these schools still is shaping social justice movements today.
It's taken seven years and two stints as a Blugold, but D’Karlos Craig will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in sociology from UW-Eau Claire in December, making him the first person in his family to earn a degree.
Just 18 months after suffering a life-threatening brain hemorrhage, Kee Shen Yim will walk across the Zorn Arena stage as he graduates with a bachelor’s degree in actuary science from UW-Eau Claire.
UW-Eau Claire’s EDI Implementation Team, Upward Bound program and Dr. Dandrielle Lewis have been nominated for 2018 Regents Diversity Awards in the team, unit and individual categories, respectively.
Blugold graduate Khong Meng tells the story of his own inner journey to learn and embrace his heritage in a place where the history and culture of the Hmong people was not widely known.
Wisconsin Public Television will share the life story of Dr. Tess Onwueme, a much-celebrated African playwright and a member of UW-Eau Claire’s English faculty, this week in its "Wisconsin Life" program.
Like many Blugolds, Gabrielle White values the traditions — as well as the heirlooms — her family has passed down from generation to generation. However, unlike most of her Blugold peers, Gabrielle gets to share her cherished family traditions and treasures with the UW-Eau Claire campus and greater Eau Claire communities. Since she was a teen, the junior psychology major from Black River Falls has been among the dancers at UW-Eau Claire’s annual Honoring Education Powwow. This year, she was the head dancer at the powwow on her campus.
The Services for Students with Disabilities office at UW-Eau Claire held a Faculty and Staff Recognition Reception Oct. 24 to honor several faculty and staff members for their service to students with disabilities.
Cultivating authentic leadership skills through engaging and empowering women are the goals of the second Hmong Women Summit, to be held Oct. 27-28 in the Davies Center at UW-Eau Claire.
UW-Eau Claire will host its annual Honoring Education Powwow Saturday, Nov. 4, in Zorn Arena. The doors will open at 11 a.m., the Grand Entries of dancers begin at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m., and the feast will begin at 5 p.m. Presented each year through the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the powwow celebrates the culture that bridges the past with the energy and vitality of 21st-century Native American people.
This fall, more than 120 people are participating in Circles of Change action groups, gathering weekly to discuss race relations on campus and in the community.
Circles of Change — a partnership among UW-Eau Claire, Chippewa Valley Technical College, the Eau Claire Area School District and the Eau Claire community to facilitate positive social change — has received a $5,000 grant from Campus Compact.
National author, speaker and disability rights activist Jillian Weise will present “Permission and Provocation” at UW-Eau Claire’s ninth annual Schneider Disability Issues Forum at 5 p.m. Oct. 26 in Phillips Recital Hall of the Haas Fine Arts Center.
More than 60 UW-Eau Claire Blugold Beginnings mentors will partner with Eau Claire County 4-H to bring 4-H National Youth Science Day science programming to eight Eau Claire area elementary schools in October.
Dr. Tamara Johnson, a higher education administrator with extensive experience in diversity, student affairs and faculty affairs, joined UW-Eau Claire in June as the university’s inaugural assistant chancellor for equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI).
Becoming a mentor in the Blugold Beginnings Program has a tremendous impact on students' lives here at UW-Eau Claire. Over the past year, many different BB mentors have decided to share some of their experiences in story form, and we have a collection to share.
Dr. Matt Evans, professor of physics and astronomy, will serve as interim director of the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program during the 2017-18 academic year.
Wondering what it’s like to spend hours with a dozen people — mostly strangers — talking about race relations at UW-Eau Claire and in the Chippewa Valley? In a recent Volume One essay, Patti See shares her powerful experience as a part of a pilot Circles of Change discussion group.
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