New University Fellows program rewards, celebrates high-achieving UW-Eau Claire faculty
UW-Eau Claire has named 10 educators as University Fellows, a new donor-supported initiative that aims to recognize and celebrate high-achieving members of the university’s faculty and instructional staff.
Summer immersion helps Blugolds learn about history and culture of Hmong living in France
A faculty-led international research project in France this summer is helping several Blugolds think about Hmong history and experiences through a wider, more global lens. In France, researchers interviewed Hmong people about their experiences there.
Blugold alumnus stars in top summer Prime series
The top summer hit from Amazon Prime, “The Summer I Turned Pretty,” features 1998 theatre arts grad Alfredo Narciso. The veteran actor of stage, TV and film talks about this popular new show, his career path and future plans.
New Student Sustainability Resource Center opens its doors
April 22 marked the official opening of the new Student Sustainability Resource Center, a space dedicated to supporting a wide variety of student activities in the realm of sustainability at UW-Eau Claire.
Blugolds return from immersion with rescue dogs, new understanding of Latin American culture
When UW-Eau Claire students return from immersion trips they bring all sorts of things home with them, be it a new appreciation for other cultures or keepsakes made by local artisans. You can now add stray dogs to the list.
More than an academic endeavor: Casey Moua's journey of self-discovery
For December 2020 grad Casey Moua, the end of the undergraduate journey brings not only a valuable degree in communication and social work, but also a new sense of self, one fortified by hard work, exploration and healing.
Faculty mentors help new grad succeed despite health challenges and pandemic
Amelia Montie credits a team of faculty mentors for helping her thrive at UW-Eau Claire, including during her final semester of college as she is managing a new diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes as well as a global pandemic that moved all classes online.