1. UW-La Crosse summer internships with JF Brennan create hands-on experiences

    Photo of Peyton Paulson, a senior geography major at UWL, who traveled across the Midwest conducting bathymetric surveys as part of an internship with JF Brennan this summer. The internship helped him land a full-time job with the La Crosse-based company following his graduation in December.

    Peyton Paulson’s summer included visits to seven states and two Great Lakes. But he wasn’t your usual tourist, and this wasn’t your usual road trip. Paulson, a senior geography major at […]

  2. UW-Stevens Point students find support through Veteran Services, Veterans Club

    Photo of members of UWSP's Veterans Club in front of Old Main

    For U.S. Army veteran and University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point senior Julian Phan and other veterans on campus, the university’s Veterans Club office in the Dreyfus University Center is a safe […]

  3. UW-Platteville student spends unforgettable summer internship in Amazon Rainforest

    Photo of Spencer Butterfield during his internship in the Amazon rainforest

    Spencer Butterfield had a summer internship experience like few others. Combining his double majors in sustainability and renewable energy systems and Spanish, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville senior from Shawnee, Kansas, spent two months […]

  4. Starting off right: UW Oshkosh first-year students prepped for success

    Photo of first-year students at UW Oshkosh participating in an orientation activity

    Rolling out the welcome mat with special orientation programs and relationship-building activities for new and returning students at the start of each academic year is a hallmark of the University […]

  5. UW-Green Bay restoration project will provide crucial habitat for pollinators, birds, bats and other wildlife

    Photo of UW-Green Bay's Natural Areas Ecologist, Bobbie Webster, planting wet meadow plant seeds at the Wequiock Creek Natural Area. UW-Green Bay, Sue Pischke University Photographer

    Staff from the Cofrin Center of Biodiversity, community volunteers, and UW-Green Bay students from Professor Amy Wolf’s Conservation Biology plant seeds at the Wequiock Creek Natural Area. The restoration being […]

  6. Blugolds’ app project wins statewide business competition

    Photo of UW-Eau Claire campus

    A team including University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students and recent graduates earned top honors in the 2020-21 WiSys APPStart Challenge, a statewide competition that connects mobile app ideas with the […]

  7. UW-Stout interior design faculty, students become part of the safe, healthier buildings movement

    Photo of (from left) UW-Stout interior design professors Julie Peterson, Nicolette Brehm and Shelley Pecha, who recently became WELL accredited professionals. / UW-Stout

    Three professors, eight students pass international WELL certification There’s good reason why buildings, from homes to work spaces to stores, should be safe and have healthy interior environments — humans […]

  8. UW-Stevens Point, Skyward partner on new campus internship center

    Photo of ​Joshua Hagen, dean of the College of Letters and Science; Chancellor Thomas Gibson; Ray Ackerlund, president of Skyward; and Cindy McCabe, head of the Department of Mathematical Sciences, helping to open the new Skyward Internship Center at UW-Stevens Point.

    University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point student interns for a local edtech software company have a new, convenient way to complete their work right on campus. The Skyward Internship Center, located in […]

  9. UW-Stout science alum created first new blue in 240 years

    Photo of Andrew Smith and a YInMN sample / Andrew Smith

    Material chemist Andrew Smith co-invented YInMN, now a Crayola color Andrew Smith enjoys color and science, asking questions like, what causes color? How is color formed? How are pigments made? […]

  10. UW-Green Bay faculty member makes a ‘moss’ exciting discovery

    Photo of moss discovered by Prof. Keir Wefferling. The moss was previously unknown to Wisconsin.

    In the average lawn, moss is rarely a welcomed sight. (Usually indicating poor soil nutrient levels and drainage issues.) But in Keir Wefferling’s world, as curator of the Fewless Herbarium […]