For Eau Claire native Christian Dooley, his UW-Eau Claire education and a local internship led to a job in his hometown after graduation. That’s a win-win for Dooley and for the Chippewa Valley: Dooley gets to work at a job he loves (as a senior technical account manager at JAMF software) while living near family in a city he also loves. The Chippewa Valley keeps a salary-earning resident who is well-prepared to contribute to the community for years to come. Learn more about undergraduate scholarships and fellowships here.
Seven alumni will receive awards May 21 from the UW-Eau Claire Alumni Association, recognizing their professional and personal successes as well as their contributions to UW-Eau Claire, their communities and their professions. The awards will be presented at a luncheon and ceremony in conjunction with spring commencement.
Steve Koepp was a young but already accomplished journalist when he decided to take a shot at making it in New York City.Thirty-five years later, the Blugold retired after holding many top editorial positions at Time Inc., including deputy editor of Time magazine and executive editor of Fortune magazine. Now, he wants to offer a similar experience to current Blugolds who hope to follow a similar path. Through the Koepp Fellowship, each year a UW-Eau Claire journalism student will spend three weeks working as a paid intern at one of Time Inc.'s New York City-based publications.
Chancellor Schmidt recounts recent displays of scholarship, talent and spirit by UW-Eau Claire students that are the result of the important work of dedicated faculty, staff and community partners, including the scholarly work presented at CERCA. Learn more about this year's CERCA here.
Student Research at 2-year Colleges Workshop. Contact Karen Havholm for more information.
May 26Grants Educational Series: Grant Writing: Secrets of Success, presented by Jeremy Miner, Director of Grants and Contracts, 9am-Noon, OL1142 (CETL).
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