In the Blugold Spotlight video above, Dr. Matt Evans, professor of physics at UW-Eau Claire, talks about his involvement in various campus organizations and his passion for helping students see themselves in a different light. Evans, who helps incoming freshman do research as part of the Blugold Fellowship, recently started teaching a distance-running course to help guide students and community members on running the annual Eau Claire Marathon. Watch the featured spotlight video above.
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