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The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018, and the footbridge will be closed from late May to late August in both 2017 and 2018.More information
Danielle Schroeder, Public History Class of 2016, presents research at State Capitol
Oberly Co-Authors New Book on Austro-Hungarian Migration History
African American History Month, clearly, publicly and unflinchingly, defends the humanity, citizenship and rights of African Americans and our multiracial allies. It serves not just African Americans, but all Americans.
One of the things that Jeremy Swick appreciates about UW-Eau Claire is its work to ensure that Blugolds have access to the kinds of internships that give students experiences that go far beyond fetching coffee. Yet for a couple of days during his Ohio-based internship, the history graduate student eagerly volunteered to fetch or deliver anything that was needed … well, at least anything needed by anyone associated with his much-loved Green Bay Packers. Jeremy was an intern at the Pro Football Hall of Fame the summer that his childhood hero, Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre, was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Thanks to a generous donation of photographs to the Chippewa Valley Museum, 15 public history seminar students in 2016 had a unique chance to create a photo-based exhibit of Eau Claire history to cap off their major requirements.
The Chippewa Valley Museum has a new communications and outreach specialist — a Blugold with a long record of civic leadership in the community. Jeremy Gragert, a 2005 history graduate, brings his leadership skills to benefit a Chippewa Valley treasure.
The unusual 2016 election season has left two Blugolds more determined than ever to make their careers in politics. Mitchel Orlovsky, a junior history major and political science minor, and Jake McGuire, a sophomore political science and organizational communication major both say they might be like to pursue careers within the political arena.
As the holidays approach, UW-Eau Claire has a perfect gift idea: the centennial history book titled "Building Excellence: University of Eau Claire, 1916-2016."
A senior history education major gives useful insight into the "extra" experiences that round out an education degree at UW-Eau Claire, providing real-world application of their skills and knowledge.
History professor and student travel through western Europe to conduct collaborative research about the French Revolution.
Find out more about history through the abstracts of our graduate student research projects. Whether you are a current student looking for research projects ideas, or a perspective student looking at what history can do for you - you are in the right spot.
Summary of capstone research by students within the history department with area of research and except of entire research project.
Alum Dave Lew benefits from Teaching American History program at UWEC
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