1. UW-La Crosse archaeology students help unearth northern Wisconsin tribe’s history

    Photo of UWL students Miles Martinez, left, and Lauren Brewer documenting archaeological materials in the UWL Archaeology Lab during the spring 2021 semester.

    A Native American pageant that brought thousands of tourists to Wisconsin’s Apostle Islands a century ago is, again, taking the stage – this time for UW-La Crosse students. The students […]

  2. UW-Platteville undergrads team up to unravel the molecular basis of plant-microbe symbioses

    Photo of UW-Platteville student Kaylee Finseth

    Often reserved for upperclass students at many universities, research has been a part of Kaylee Finseth’s college experience since nearly the time she first stepped foot on campus at the […]

  3. UWM-sponsored Lake Sturgeon Bowl celebrates its 20th year

    Photo of winners of the 2014 Lake Sturgeon Bowl, the Spring Valley High School team from Wisconsin, sitting on a huge piece of driftwood at Rialto Beach on the Pacific Ocean in Washington before competing in the National Ocean Sciences Bowl in Seattle. (Submitted photo)

    Wisconsin is 700 miles from an ocean coastline, but the state is home to numerous high school students with award-winning knowledge of oceanography. That’s in part due to the efforts of the […]

  4. UW-Stout animation major ready to take on starring academic role

    Photo of student Jonah Hammen studying a storyboard in the Animation Production class. / UW-Stout photo

    Renamed, refocused BFA program, ranked nationally and No. 1 in Wisconsin, follows consumer trends In the entertainment world, animation and animated characters are hot, from blockbuster big screen films to […]

  5. UW-La Crosse, UW campuses aim to be global leaders in freshwater science

    Photo of UW-La Crosse grad student Courtney Baker investigating microplastics in the Mississippi River in this 2019 photo. Through the Freshwater Collaborative, UWL students and faculty will continue to be global leaders in freshwater science and critical aquatic issues.

    The future is water.  As the world turns its attention to climate change, the availability of clean water and other critical aquatic issues, the Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin — a partnership of Wisconsin’s 13 […]

  6. UW-Platteville criminal justice major researches treatment court

    Photo of Dr. Staci Strobl and Jacob Wehler

    “When you are doing research every single thing matters,” said Jacob Wehler, a University of Wisconsin-Platteville criminal justice major. “If you don’t pay attention to all the little details, you could […]

  7. UW-River Falls Virtual Horse Judging Youth Clinic offered at UW-River Falls

    Photo of UW-River Falls Horse Clinic

    March 3, 2021 – The University of Wisconsin-River Falls is offering a virtual Horse Judging Youth Clinic on Saturday, March 27. This virtual clinic is intended for participants of all experiences […]

  8. CDC recommends fitters like Badger Seal, giving it boost

    Photo of early fall 2020, when College of Engineering student employees assembled Badger Seal mask fitters outside the Grainger Engineering Design Innovation Laboratory in Wendt Commons. RENEE MEILLER, UW–MADISON COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

    The CDC has officially recommended wearing mask fitters as one way to improve how your mask protects you, including the Badger Seal created by a team of UW–Madison engineers in […]

  9. UW-Whitewater’s Center for Students with Disabilities celebrates 50 years

    Photo of UW-Whitewater student:

    The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater’s Center for Students with Disabilities was founded a half a century ago, during the 1970-71 academic year. From that founding, the center has worked with colleagues across campus […]

  10. UW-La Crosse fraternity finds creative way to fundraise

    Photo of member Jacob Dunnum proudly showing the first catch of the day for the Ice-Fish-A-Thon 2021 on Lake Onalaska. Eight UW-La Crosse Sigma Tau Gamma members raised $3,610 for Special Olympics.

    They were fishing for more than fish. And they didn’t let their lack of catching many spoil their fun. The brothers of UW-La Crosse’s Sigma Tau Gamma wanted to do something when […]