Most students satisfy their university writing requirement by taking a Blugold Seminar in Critical Reading and Writing (WRIT 114, 116, 118 or 120). While all sections are built upon a standard curriculum focusing on a common set of four learning goals, each professor selects a theme or broad topic for his or her class. In collaboration with the English department, the Institute for Health Sciences promoted the development of a health-themed Blugold Seminar—“Bodies of Knowledge”—for students interested in a health professions career. The course was offered in the fall 2015 and again in spring 2016. Based on student feedback and interest, there will be four health-themed Blugold Seminars in the fall 2016 providing even greater opportunity for students to explore health-related issues while fulfilling their university writing requirement.
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UW-Eau Claire's new public health major already is drawing interest from current and future Blugolds who want to study and solve the many problems threatening the health and well-being of populations around the world, including the COVID-19 pandemic.
New science building has governor's support
Gov. Tony Evers announced March 7 the inclusion of $109 million for UW-Eau Claire's proposed new Science and Health Sciences Building in his 2019-21 state capital budget during a press conference in the university's Phillips Science Hall.
Ted Meyer to Visit Eau Claire
Ted Meyer will be visiting Eau Claire and offering a workshop and two artist talks as part of the “Health + the Arts” exhibition at UW-Eau Claire’s Foster Gallery. All foster gallery events are free and open to the public.