1. UW-Platteville Baraboo Sauk County student supports small businesses through research opportunity

    Photo of Katelyn Zajicek

    Growing up, Katelyn Zajicek saw firsthand the entrepreneurial spirit of her grandparents and parents who are all small business owners. Now Zajicek, a business administration major at the University of […]

  2. UW Oshkosh: Olympics provide perfect jumping off point for teaching geography

    Photo of Heike Alberts with the Olympic flame at the Vancouver Paralympics in 2010.

    As a geographer and sports lover, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Heike Alberts naturally adores the Olympics, especially the winter games that showcase some of the world’s most beautiful snowcapped landscapes. […]

  3. UW-Whitewater to offer an online bachelor’s in supply chain management

    Photo of person studying; UW-Whitewater to offer an online bachelor’s in supply chain management

    The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater College of Business and Economics will deliver a 100 percent online Bachelor of Business Administration in supply chain management beginning this fall. “The complexity of supply chains has become dinner […]

  4. Guatemalan immersion program helps Blugolds build Spanish skills, cultural awareness

    Photo of Emma Felty, who was among the 15 UW-Eau Claire students who spent part of the Winterim session helping Guatemalan coffee farmers with their harvest. The Blugolds traveled to Guatemala as part of an international immersion program, which focused on social and environmental justice. The students were immersed in local communities, living with host families and interacting with community members, including coffee farmers. (Submitted photo)

    When Haley Blagdon and Emma Felty came to the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, they both already knew they wanted to explore new places and meet people who’ve had different life […]

  5. UW-Milwaukee: Meet the Neeskay’s New Captain

    Photo of Max Morgan, SFS alum and Neeskay captain

    Last October, Max Morgan landed his dream job: captain of the Neeskay, the UW-Milwaukee (UWM) School of Freshwater Sciences’ research vessel. The Neeskay is the only research vessel that explores […]

  6. UW-Platteville student researchers explore solutions for phosphorous run-off

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    Phosphorous concentrations are at an almost dangerously high level in Wisconsin, says University of Wisconsin-Platteville senior Olivia Kozlowska – an environmental engineering major from Chicago, Illinois – and it’s a […]

  7. New UWO research links continents to key transitions in Earth’s oceans, atmosphere and climate

    Photo depicting UW Oshkosh research on continents

    A new study led by University of Wisconsin Oshkosh geologist Timothy Paulsen advances the understanding of the role continents have played in the chemical evolution of Earth’s oceans, with implications […]

  8. New Immersive Simulator Lets Game Players Reimagine Land Use Based on Real Science

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    UW–Madison researchers teamed with New England conservation nonprofit Mass Audubon to create an online learning game that lets players model how different zoning choices would affect the environment, jobs, housing and other […]

  9. UW-Platteville announces plans to address substitute teacher shortage

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    The University of Wisconsin-Platteville School of Education announced a plan to help address the critical shortage of substitute teachers in the state by offering current UW-Platteville students an opportunity to have an […]

  10. Fish and frogs may hold the secret to reversing blindness in humans

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    When a person’s optic nerve is damaged, by disease or injury, their eyesight goes with it. The nerve can’t be healed, and blindness is permanent. That’s not the case for […]