New UW-Eau Claire graduate will leave a legacy of advocacy for equity, diversity, inclusion
When Rosa Gómez graduates from UW-Eau Claire, she’ll have three degrees and a resume filled with research and other life-changing experiences. She will leave behind a legacy of student advocacy for equity, diversity and inclusion on campus.
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.
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.
High-impact experiences on campus and in world help prepare Blugold for future success
When Natalie Lasinski graduates with degrees in behavior analysis and Spanish-liberal arts and a certificate in Latin American studies, the Blugold will take with her a resume full of experiences on campus, in the community and around the world.
Latinx Heritage Month celebration gets underway at UW-Eau Claire
UW-Eau Claire will host events in September and October in recognition of Latinx Heritage Month, a monthlong celebration of the culture and traditions of those who trace their roots to Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and South America.
Students work together to capture stories about life during COVID-19 for Spanish-speaking populations
A team of UW-Eau Claire faculty and students who are studying public history, Latin American studies, Spanish and nursing are working together to capture stories about what life has been like during COVID-19 for Spanish-speaking populations in the region.
Alumna pays it forward to Latinx students at UW-Eau Claire
Lidixe Montoya appreciates her UW-Eau Claire education and wants to give other Latinx students the same opportunity. That's why she has started the Neighbor To Neighbor Scholarship for members of the Latinx Student Association at UW-Eau Claire.