News and Events
Here you will find the complete archive of news stories published by the IMC office at UW-Eau Claire
Behind the Blugolds: Campus landscape architect Daria Hutchinson
In the new "Behind the Blugolds" story series, we will profile some of the important leaders "behind the scenes" whose work and dedication to UW-Eau Claire make this a special place to live, work and learn.
UW-Eau Claire biology class started alumna’s journey to becoming world-renowned scientist
Like many aspiring scientists, Dr. Lisa Schulte Moore came to the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire curious about the natural world but not quite sure how she might help solve its many problems.
Commencement 2023 in pictures: 1,400 new alumni join the family
Commencement exercises for 1,400 UW-Eau Claire students took place May 20 in Zorn Arena, preceded by a ceremony for 34 UW-Eau Claire – Barron County students the prior evening in Rice Lake. See photo highlights of the celebrations.
UW-Eau Claire commencement speaker urges graduates to live their values
Horacio Rozanski, who received the UW-Eau Claire Alumni Association’s Lifetime Excellence Award on Friday night, gave the “Charge to the Class” to 1,400 students during three commencement ceremonies at Zorn Arena on Saturday.
Siblings take parallel paths to earn degrees
Taryn and Taylor Maki are on similar higher education journeys and graduating two days apart from UW-Eau Claire – Barron County and UW-Eau Claire, respectively.
Summer Food Service Program to provide meals for UW-Eau Claire’s Upward Bound participants
The food program is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and administered by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
Billy Felz named vice chancellor for enrollment management
In making the announcement, Chancellor James Schmidt says Felz’s experience in the interim position demonstrated data-driven focus on recruiting and retaining students.
Catching up with three Blugold Biomedical Innovator Scholars
The end of this semester marks three academic years of amazing opportunities for student researchers in the Blugold Biomedical Innovators program, a research scholarship that teams up students, faculty and Mayo staff on research projects.
Graduate thankful that UW-Eau Claire ‘fostered his international ambitions’
Martin Kocher traveled to Germany, Ukraine, Malta, Dubai, Australia, Southeast Asia and Canada while a student to prepare for his future in international business.
UW-Eau Claire to host three commencement ceremonies May 20
Commencement exercises for 1,400 students at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire will be held during three ceremonies on May 20 in Zorn Arena.
Alumni, friends of UW-Eau Claire to be honored with Alumni Association awards
Twelve Blugold alumni and friends of the university will be honored with University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Alumni Association awards on Friday, May 19.
Reflections of my Civil Rights Pilgrimage experience: Emma Velazquez
Sophomore social work major Emma Velazquez is wrapping up her second year as a Blugold, and has shared with us the profound and personal impact of a cultural immersion program that follows the history of civil rights through the Deep South.
Grad event offers opportunity for recognition of research
Graduate students from multiple programs gathered to share their research projects with the campus and local communities. Learn about two students and their research experiences.
UW-Eau Claire receives large grant to support faculty-student research in growing field of astrophysics
Dr. William Wolf, assistant professor of physics and astronomy at UW-Eau Claire, received a five-year, $526,813 CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation to work with undergraduate students on research beginning this summer.
Jazz Fest 2023: A photo recap of the 57th festival
A storied collaboration between UW-Eau Claire and Eau Claire Jazz Inc. pulled off another massively successful event in April as Eau Claire Jazz Fest 2023 took over the campus and downtown Eau Claire, filling halls, streets and venues with music.
Author to speak about the role of women in the American Revolution
Kathleen (K.M.) Waldvogel, author of the book “Spies, Soldiers, Couriers, and Saboteurs: Women of the American Revolution,” will speak from 12:30-1:30 p.m. May 11 to conclude the Thursdays at the U spring series at UW-Eau Claire – Barron County.