1. Technology entrepreneurs call iCorps experience life-changing

    technology entrepreneaurs in a computer lab

    The Center for Technology Commercialization (CTC) recently wrapped up its second consecutive year of mentoring a team from UW-Madison through the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps (iCorps) program, an intensive […]

  2. Industrial design students shine in national competitions

    products engineered by UW-Stout students

    Industrial design students from University of Wisconsin-Stout have shown that they rank among the best in the country by taking first, second and third places in two national competitions. Students […]

  3. UW-Baraboo Sauk County students build skills, community through Habitat project

    female student insulating a basement

    Student volunteers built more than a house on Saturday, October 19. They also developed camaraderie, community connections, and an appreciation for service. A crew of 15 students from two University […]

  4. UW-Eau Claire biology researchers study deer ticks and the bacteria that causes Lyme disease

    students working in the lab

    EAU CLAIRE — Dr. Lloyd Turtinen, professor of biology at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, turned one encounter with a tick into a five-year faculty-student research project that examined the […]

  5. UW-La Crosse: An international leader in mercury pollution research

    It affects wallets, the environment, nutrition and the health of people — especially the developing fetus. Mercury pollution is a serious problem for Wisconsin, the Upper Midwest and the Nation. […]

  6. UW-Whitewater alumna: Supplying industry through chemistry

    engineers working in a lab

      After fleeing her native country of Vietnam, Nicki Vo found a home in Whitewater and university mentors who challenged her to achieve her dreams. She’s now an talented chemist, […]