An expert known for her groundbreaking work in critical race theory and culturally relevant pedagogy will present the 2017 Martin Mogensen Education Lecture April 13 at UW-Eau Claire.
When UW-Eau Claire faculty and geography students joined an international research team that located a tunnel prisoners used to escape from the Nazis in Lithuania during the Holocaust, they accomplished much more than simply finding a hidden passageway. They helped to verify Holocaust survivors’ stories of their dramatic escape from an execution site where an estimated 100,000 people died during World War II.
UW-Eau Claire alumna Anna Cardarella works for good in western Wisconsin, and is frequently quoted as an expert source in the Leader-Telegram.
Changes to on-campus parking for students, faculty and staff will be in effect this spring and summer due to the upcoming Garfield Avenue redevelopment project at UW-Eau Claire.
UW-Eau Claire students may be away during spring break March 20-24, but there still will be plenty of activity on campus as work gets underway on the Garfield Avenue redevelopment project.
Jenna Johnson, political reporter at the Washington Post who has covered President Donald Trump on the campaign trail and at the White House, is the featured speaker for the 20th Ann Devroy Memorial Forum.
When Dr. Kim Pierson began teaching a new class about renewable energies, he used some inexpensive materials he found at a local store to build a small model of a solar thermal water heater that he could use in his laboratory. The UW-Eau Claire physics professor quickly realized that his model — if built to a much larger scale — actually has a lot of potential for use in the real world.
On April 5, organizers from UW-Eau Claire's College of Business will launch a local program through 1 Million Cups (1MC), a free, national program that educates, engages and connects entrepreneurs across the country. Developed by the Kauffman Foundation, 1MC is based on the notion that entrepreneurs discover solutions and network over a million cups of coffee.
Organizers of the 29th annual Senior Americans Day are seeking volunteers to assist with this year’s event, set for June 6 in UW-Eau Claire's Davies Center.
Barry Burden, UW-Madison political science professor and elections expert, will discuss the Electoral College during a presentation at 5 p.m. March 15 in Room 1415 of Centennial Hall at UW-Eau Claire.
Does the U.S. Supreme Court matter in your day-to-day life? Absolutely. Gay marriage, voter rights, U.S. immigration policy, carbon emissions, school prayer, abortion, labor unions, affirmative action and racial bias in law enforcement are among the hot-button issues that are likely to make their way to the country’s highest court in the next few years. Since justices are appointed for life, the confirmation process is a big deal. Experts on the U.S. Constitution discuss how someone goes from being nominated for the Supreme Court to being confirmed as a new justice.
Alexi Tseffos studied economics at UW-Eau Claire and graduated in 2008. Now in the position of managing projects and interviewing team members at a tech-startup in London, she knows exactly what she is looking for in a perfect candidate. Tseffos shares her advice and explains the value of studying economics at UWEC.
Through its annual Study Abroad Photo Contest, the Center for International Education and Council on Internationalization and Global Engagement are showcasing the many amazing experiences Blugolds are having as they navigate new cultures, explore new worlds and make new friends.
UW-Eau Claire has joined a select group of higher education institutions that have been recognized by The Forum for Education Abroad for meeting the forum's Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad.
Readers are sought for the 11th annual International Poetry Reading at UW-Eau Claire, to be held from 7-9 p.m. May 3 in the Dakota Ballroom of UW-Eau Claire’s Davies Center.
Student films will be the focus of the annual 31 Day Video Project film fest, which will be held on Thursday, March 9, in the Woodland Theater of the Davies Student Center.
The Wisconsin Technology Council's event, “How music plays into Chippewa Valley growth," highlighted Blugolds, economic growth and the cultural rebirth that is driving downtown development.
The Center for International Education welcomed guest speaker Jennifer Sallis on March 8, to students about the tremendous benefits of the student study abroad experience. For Sallis, this experience helped to launch an international business career that began in Paris years ago.
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