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  • Students conduct research in India
    Professor, two students conduct research in India
    Monday, Dec. 1, 2014

    Two UWEC students, along with their professor, traveled to India to conduct research on water supply. They utilized research documents and field studies to evaluate how India copes with population growth and urban development. The group spent three weeks there to conduct research, including time in Bangalore and Dehli.

  • SandMining_Research_2014
    A community effort for cleaner air
    Monday, Dec. 1, 2014

    Faculty and students, at UWEC, along with community partners, conduct research related to silica sand mining and the possible environmental and health effects it has on the community. The ongoing research is beneficial to the community as well a great learning opportunity for students.

  • Alumna Rachael Korinek
    Environmental Public Health student involved in launching website for chronic illness sufferers
    Friday, Nov. 7, 2014

    Our students at UWEC have many options for research opportunities. Read about how one student took her research and launched a website specifically for chronic illness sufferers. Find out about what makes her site different from the rest.

  • Watershed_Portland_Immersion
    Adventures in Portlandia
    Friday, Nov. 7, 2014

    Faculty and a group of students traveled to Portland, Oregon to learn about the sustainability efforts of the city. They toured and explored several areas of the city discovering what steps the city is doing to become sustainable and why it is one of the most sustainable cities in the United States.

  • Laura Suppes
    Environmental Public Health grad returns to UWEC
    Wednesday, May 14, 2014

    Laura Suppes ’07, a UW-Eau Claire environmental public health graduate, has returned to campus as an assistant professor of environmental public health.

  • Student project addresses area river pollution, strengthens community ties
    Watershed moment
    Sunday, May 1, 2011

    It was a chilly, rainy September morning when Hillary Johnson and 20 of her classmates climbed into canoes and kayaks at Phoenix Park in downtown Eau Claire for what was for many their first venture onto the Chippewa River.

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