1. UW-Stout special programming will benefit Boys & Girls Club middle school students

    Photo of students in a summer camp looking over a project in UW-Stout’s Fab Lab. Middle school students from the Boys & Girls Club in Menomonie will take part in Tech Tuesdays this spring. / UW-Stout

    University collaboration is part of club’s grant to engage children through hands-on learning Middle school students from the Menomonie’s Boys & Girls Club will learn about cool technology and eating healthy thanks to a new collaborative grant with University of Wisconsin-Stout. To help engage children in Menomonie, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Chippewa […]

  2. Blugold passionate about future career serving and advocating for the aging population

    Photo of Annabelle Howat, a health care administration major, who has found countless opportunities in and out of the classroom to prepare for a career serving the aging population.

    With a passion for helping people, Annabelle Howat knows the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire’s health care administration program — with its “a head for business and a heart for caring” slogan — is perfect for her. “I want to help people but in more of a business manner,” says Howat of Aurora, Illinois. “It’s the […]

  3. Nine UW-Stout students present applied research at annual state Capitol event

    Photo of food science major Caitlyn Lisota working in a Heritage Hall lab on E. coli test kits, part of her research presented at the state Capitol.

    Research in the Rotunda includes food science major explaining work on consumer and commercial test kits for E.coli and coliforms A research spotlight shone on nine UW-Stout students on Wednesday, March 8, at the state Capitol, including one whose efforts could help make water safer to drink and food safer to eat. Dozens of UW […]

  4. In their own words: UW-River Falls students tell university’s story through ‘The College Tour’

    Photo of UW-River Falls student Giselle Nunez, from Cottage Grove, Minn., being interviewed on campus as part of “The College Tour” television series. Ten UWRF students interviewed for the show will be part of the program that will be aired on Amazon Prime and other broadcast outlets on March 22. Pat Deninger/UWRF photo

    National audience hears about UWRF through television series Season seven of a popular streaming television series will feature all that makes the University of Wisconsin-River Falls a special institution in western Wisconsin. Production has concluded for the UWRF episode to be shown on the show “The College Tour,” a television series streamed on Amazon Prime […]

  5. UW-Whitewater hosts national wheelchair basketball championships

    Photo of the Warhawks’ AJ Fitzpatrick shooting in the second half against the University of Alabama. The UW-Whitewater Men’s and Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Teams hosted the first day of a two-day tournament of elite college teams at Kachel Fieldhouse on Friday, Dec. 2, 2022 (UW-Whitewater photo/Craig Schreiner)

    The finest wheelchair basketball athletes from around the nation traveled to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater on March 16-18 for the National Wheelchair Basketball Association men’s intercollegiate championships. Eleven universities participated, including UW-Whitewater: University of Alabama, University of Arizona, Auburn University, City University of New York, Eastern Washington University, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, University of Illinois, […]

  6. UW-Platteville student presents research on evening bat

    Photo of Kirsten Magedanz researching the evening bat.

    One University of Wisconsin-Platteville student spent her summer learning about bats and researching whether the species of bat Nycticeius humeralis, commonly referred to as the evening bat—which has historically stayed south of Wisconsin—may now be found in the Platteville area. Kirsten Magedanz’s research, titled “A New Horizon for the Evening Bat?” will be showcased at the […]

  7. UW-Stevens Point student leader shares her road to respect

    Photo of Chiamaka Obinna, a mentor and student leader at UW-Stevens Point.

    For years, Chiamaka Daniella Obinna just wanted to fit in. Then, she discovered what she really wanted: to be taken seriously. The journey between these two goals took center stage while Obinna was at UW-Stevens Point. Now the senior majoring in sociology is president of the Black Student Union, co-president of the UWSP chapter of […]

  8. UW-Parkside awarded the 2022 ALL IN Highly Established Action Plan Seal

    Aerial view of UW-Parkside campus

    The University of Wisconsin-Parkside is one of 121 colleges and universities recognized for their commitment to increasing nonpartisan democratic engagement in 2022. The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge (ALL IN) announced that the University of Wisconsin-Parkside has been awarded a Highly Established Action Plan Seal. This seal is awarded to campuses that have worked to increase […]

  9. UW-Platteville’s Muller combines innovation, new technology to bring drawings off the page

    Photo of UW-Platteville student Jacob Muller with one of his illustrations turned into a 3D sculpture

    An illustrator by trade, Jacob Muller didn’t expect to be working with cutting-edge technology while earning his Bachelor of Fine Arts. But, an Undergraduate Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity Scholarship is allowing him to delve into a project that leverages his design skills and new technology – including equipment in the University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s new Huff Family Innovation Center. […]

  10. Research in the Rotunda event challenges students, offers valuable experience

    Photo of UW-River Falls student researchers

    Nine from UW-River Falls will join others to present their work at state Capitol March 8 March 2, 2023 – When Yihong Deng decided to get involved with a high-level research project to develop a biodegradable film used in packaging, she feared she might be getting in over her head when she agreed to participate in […]