1. UWO researchers gathering input for comprehensive Wisconsin paper industry study

    Stakeholder meetings are underway for a comprehensive workforce development study of Wisconsin’s papermaking industry. The research, funded by the WiSys Ignite! Program, is a collaborative effort between the University of […]

  2. UW-Green Bay Archives launches, ‘Our Voices: LGBTQ+ Stories of Northeastern Wisconsin’ as part of the ‘A Weekend of Pride!’

    Photo collage celebrating UW-Green Bay Archives LGBTQ+ project

    The UW-Green Bay Archives project, Our Voices: LGBTQ+ Stories of Northeastern Wisconsin will be formally launched as part of the upcoming Green Bay event, A Weekend of Pride!. The launch is in the […]

  3. UW-Platteville associate professor awarded patent for micro-grid energy management system

    Photo of Dr. Fang Yang, UW-Platteville

    WiSys, the technology transfer arm of the 11 UW System regional comprehensive campuses, was recently awarded a U.S. patent for an invention disclosed by Dr. Fang Yang, University of Wisconsin-Platteville associate […]

  4. UW-Milwaukee cybersecurity expert teaches students how to hack for good

    Photo of UW-Milwaukee faculty Khaled Sabha and Danielle Romain Dagenhardt, who are helping offer a new graduate certificate in cybercrime forensics, which includes classes in ethical hacking and computer forensics. (UWM Photo/Elora Hennessey)

    Learning how to secure websites and computer systems from hackers requires someone to figure out how such virtual crimes occur in the first place. Khaled Sabha wants to teach students […]

  5. UW-Eau Claire genetics research connects students with alumni

    Photo of r. Jamie Lyman Gingerich, a UW-Eau Claire associate professor of biology, who works in a Phillips Hall laboratory with students Kati Sadowska, center, and Caterra Leavens.

    Blugolds work together to prepare future scientists, medical leaders Student researchers are getting a glimpse of their potential futures as scientists and medical leaders through a collaborative research project that […]

  6. Kwik quip: UW-La Crosse alum is the witty voice behind Wisconsin’s favorite convenience store

    Photo of Paige Forde, UWL ’19, is the witty voice behind Kwik Trip’s social media accounts. In recent years, Kwik Trip’s brand has evolved into a symbol for the Midwestern way of life — in part thanks to effective use of marketing and social media.

    Every time a rainbow appears over a Wisconsin town, the messages start rolling in. “People love sending us photos of Kwik Trip at the end of a rainbow. We’ll get […]

  7. Boat tour: Bringing UW-Green Bay and friends to the NERR

    Photo of the RV Phoenix, UW-Green Bay’s research vessel, which departed from South Bay Marina for a two- hour educational excursion into the Bay of Green Bay. The Captain was faculty member and research scientist Christopher Houghton.

    All aboard the RV Phoenix! Researchers have been taking campus and community leaders on a tour aboard the UW-Green Bay research vessel Phoenix. The purpose of the NERR Green Bay […]

  8. UW-Eau Claire Blugold builds career and life around caring for and inspiring African American communities

    Photo of Dr. Woubeshet Ayenew, who was still in his medical residency when he found his calling, providing care to underserved populations in Minneapolis. Nearly 20 years later, he’s a respected cardiologist and community advocate in the Twin Cities, providing care while also trying to increase the number of African American physicians.

    Offering care and inspiration Dr. Woubeshet Ayenew was still in the early months of his three-year internal medicine residency at the Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis when he noticed […]

  9. UWO Fox Cities student’s degree, screenwriting internship, launch career

    Photo of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Fox Cities campus alumna Maizie Foth, of Appleton, who said her life’s path took an unexpected and exciting turn when she secured an internship working with a Los Angeles screenwriter.

    Life doesn’t always follow a script. University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Fox Cities campus alumna Maizie Foth, of Appleton, said her life’s path took an unexpected and exciting turn when she […]

  10. UW-Milwaukee researcher details how cells maintain protein balance that fends off disease

    Photo of Madhusudan Dey, associate professor of biological sciences at UWM, shows the atomic structure of the protein he found. The protein plays a role in the process the cell uses to maintain proteostasis – a healthy balance of cellular proteins. (UWM Photo/Elora Hennessey)

    The roughly 25,000 proteins in the human body can only do their jobs by folding into unique atomic shapes that correlate to various biological tasks. Many human disorders, including diabetes, […]