We didn’t want you to start from scratch, so we outlined what we think are noteworthy areas for students in Davies Center. Whether you want to study, eat, get your books or even take a nap, Davies is always a great choice.
Written by Meredith Robertson, Chelsea Fibert, Bryce Dokkestul
Students in CJ 491
Departments + Programs
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Cade Lambrecht began student teaching social studies as the COVID-19 pandemic and political unrest created new challenges for him. Fortunately, his UW-Eau Claire education and faculty mentors prepared him for success.
Alum studies Yellowstone geysers
Mara Reed remembers being awed by the geysers in Yellowstone National Park when she visited the park for the first time as a girl. The UW-Eau Claire graduate never guessed that nearly 20 years later her research there would bring her national attention.
Stepping up during health crisis
Karli Olsen, who will graduate in December with a nursing degree, was among the Blugolds who worked with the Aging and Disability Resource Center to help assess food insecurity and other pandemic-related issues among seniors.