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  • Hannah Uitenbroek, '15 sociology graduate
    How sociology became that magical mix for one student
    Monday, Oct. 10, 2016

    Sociology graduate Hannah Uitenbroek reflects on her choice to major in sociology, and how the program drew out her passions and personal empowerment.

  • Kallie Friede
    Student event planner helps bring Eau Queer Film Festival to life
    Friday, Sept. 30, 2016

    Knowing it’s impossible to have one-on-one conversations with all of her 10,500+ Blugold peers about the equity, diversity and inclusivity issues she’s so passionate about, Kallie Friede is doing the next best thing — she’s helping organize events that encourage conversation around EDI issues that are critical to UW-Eau Claire’s goal of being a safe and welcoming place for everyone. This fall, as an intern in the Women’s & LGBTQ+ Resource Center, Kallie is helping to plan and bring to life two of those high-profile events: UW-Eau Claire’s National Coming Out Day celebration and the Eau Queer Film Festival.

  • UW-Eau Claire students (from left) Devin Dawson, Cece Lewis, Carter Kha, Sierra Lomo and Richard Yang attend a screening at the Castro Theatre during the Frameline International LGBTQ Film Festival in San Francisco.
    Films touching on power, privilege and protest part of Eau Queer Film Festival
    Monday, Sept. 19, 2016

    UW-Eau Claire will again host a five-day festival, from Oct. 11-15, that celebrates the diversity of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex and asexual communities through the screening and discussion of a number of powerful films.

  • Hein, Niazi co-author journal article
    Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016

    Dr. Jeremy Hein and Dr. Tarique Niazi, sociology, have co-authored a paper titled "The Primordial Refugees: Religious Traditions, Global Forced Migration, and State-Society Relations," which was published in International Sociology, a journal that ranks as one of the top two sociology journals worldwide.

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