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When students begin a life studying physics, the big dream out there is often NASA, as an astronaut, a researcher, an engineer. Susan Lederer had those same goals as a young Blugold. Read about how she made it all happen and now calls NASA home.
A double major in physics and geology, Mara Reed shares her experience in National Student Exchange, and lets students in those two busy majors know that it IS possible, and awesome!
As the final requirement for honors graduation in physics and astronomy, senior Austin Riedl has presented his honors thesis research at CERCA.
Counted among the most important facilities for physics is the seminar room, a shared department space that allows for daily collaboration, mentoring, socializing and community among students and faculty.
As part of an ongoing effort at UWEC to increase cross-disciplinary engagement, faculty and students from English, Theatre and several science programs have developed an evening of dramatic readings and informative presentations that showcase humankind's creative journey of discovery — whether on a canvas, or a stage, in a laboratory or in the field. This year we will be presenting a reader’s theatre of excerpts from four different science plays, along with transitional contextual (“bridge”) explanations, all performed by students.
A physics education alumnus and 2013 recipient of a prestigious national scholarship gives us an update on his teaching experience and reflects on his Blugold degree.
Physics major Claire Arneson gives a first-hand account of how her study abroad experience has impacted her academically and personally. The verdict? Worth every minute and penny, so read her story.
Physics professor Dr. Paul Thomas created a walk through downtown Eau Claire that serves as a replica of the solar system.
The arts and sciences literally will share the stage during “Waves: A Celebration of Astronomy and Music,” a one-of-a-kind event that will weave together musical pieces, recent scientific discoveries and stunning images of the solar system.
Only the top science, math and engineering students in the country are considered for prestigious Goldwater scholarships, making it all the more impressive to find two UW-Eau Claire students listed among the 2015 winners.
UW-Eau Claire senior Austin Riedl joined students from across the nation at the National Science Foundation's Research Experiences for Undergraduates program at the University of Minnesota.
To help students compete in the ever-growing science and technology industry, the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire announces a new degree program in materials science and engineering beginning in the fall 2016.
Michelle Gervais loves to solve problems but she’s also has had a lifelong passion for art. When it came time to declare a major, rather than choose between her passions, Gervais decided to pursue them both.
UW-Eau Claire students have been training for the upcoming Eau Claire Marathon through a long-distance running class.
A UW-Eau Claire sophomore public relations major shares her first-person story about how a patient physics professor inspired and motivated her when she found herself struggling in her science class during her first semester as a college student.
UW-Eau Claire's physics program has been recognized by the American Institute of Physics as a leader in preparing students for STEM careers.
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