1. UW-Parkside’s Future Focus Fund celebrates 5 years of student support

    Graphic of UW-Parkside's Future Focus Fund

    Nearly $1 million Raised to Help Students Graduate On Time The Future Focus Fund is the University of Wisconsin-Parkside’s largest need-based student scholarship and emergency aid fund. In its first five years of being awarded to students, the fund has supported 442 students, awarded approximately $568,230 to students, and raised nearly $1 million from 903 […]

  2. Love of tech and desire to help draw UWM student to nonprof-IT

    Photo of UW-Milwaukee student Lauren Rodriguez

    Lauren Rodriguez knew she wanted a major related to technology, so she started her studies at UWM in computer science. “I’ve always been interested in computers and technology, so my major was going to be something related to that,” she said. However, after her first year she switched to the BSIST program (bachelor’s degree in […]

  3. New semi-professional soccer team partnering with UWSP at Marshfield

    Photo of members of the Conquerors Football Club pictured at the UWSP at Marshfield campus with Chancellor Thomas Gibson (left) and Campus Executive Tony Andrews (right).

    A new semi-professional soccer team has found a partner in the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point at Marshfield. The Wisconsin Conquerors Football Club, based in Marshfield, is practicing and training at the Marshfield campus as it prepares for its 2024 inaugural season. The team was founded by Dr. Alexander Eddo and is coached by Ricardo Pedro. […]

  4. UW-Whitewater safety students earn national scholarship

    Photo of UW-Whitewater Safety Intern Fair

    Two students from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater’s occupational and environmental safety and health (OESH) major were named recipients of the 2023 Qualified Academic Program Scholarship by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP). Christopher Gomez of Reeseville and James Groehler of Oconomowoc were among the 40 students nationwide to earn the scholarship, which was awarded to students at […]

  5. UW-Superior Sustainability Club students attend MIT Sustainability Summit

    Photo of UW-Superior students at the MIT Sustainability Summit 2024: Systems Change in Boston.

    In April, students from the University of Wisconsin-Superior’s Sustainability Club attended the MIT Sustainability Summit 2024: Systems Change in Boston. Students from the Sustainability Club who attended the summit included Mikaela Matias, club president; Saya Kondo, club vice president; Aubrey Locke and Lucas Palomino. “Before attending the meeting, I was hoping to learn about the […]

  6. UW-Platteville students compete in National Agri-Marketing Association competition

    Photo of (from left) Dr. Lucie Kadjo, Alexander Monarski, Mia Dauphin, Kaleb Welhouse, Breanna Cisketti, Carol Traynor and Megan Schulenberg at the spring 2024 National Agri-Marketing Association Student Competition in Kansas City, Missouri.

    The National Agri-Marketing Association Club at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville School of Agriculture recently traveled to Kansas City, Missouri, to compete in the National Agri-Marketing Association Student Competition. There, students presented their marketing plan for an agricultural product, EasyEatz, not yet on the market. EasyEatz is dehydrated beef turned into flakes to facilitate the consumption of […]

  7. UWO Now: UWO alumna helps businesses develop sense of belonging in the workplace

    Photo of Katie Rasoul, UW Oshkosh alumna and business owner

    On a recent episode of the UWO Now podcast, host Wendell Ray talks with UW Oshkosh alumna and leadership coach Katie (Sasse) Rasoul ’05, who explains how she helps businesses leaders develop a sense of belonging for their employees. Rasoul, who earned UWO degrees in finance and in French, said she always gravitated to human resources […]

  8. UW-Platteville announces new transfer agreement with UCLA Extension, new emphasis

    Photo of UW-Platteville sign

    The University of Wisconsin-Platteville announces a new transfer agreement with the University of California-Los Angeles Extension. Students who complete the Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering certificate with UCLA Extension can automatically transfer 12 credits to UW-Platteville’s online Master of Science in Engineering program. In addition, UW-Platteville is adding an aerospace manufacturing engineering emphasis to its online master’s program. […]

  9. UWM to house nation’s first Microsoft AI lab focused on manufacturing

    Photo of Brad Smith, vice chair and president of Microsoft, talking with Soumya Katukam (right) and Deepak Tandra, both information technology management graduate students at UW-Milwaukee (UWM), during a tour of the Connected Systems Institute at UWM. At left is UWM Chancellor Mark Mone. (UWM Photo/Troye Fox)

    The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Connected Systems Institute, as part of Microsoft’s $3.3 billion investment in southeast Wisconsin, will house the nation’s first manufacturing-focused AI Co-Innovation Lab. The lab will strengthen UWM’s education and research mission while connecting Wisconsin manufacturers and other companies with Microsoft’s artificial intelligence experts and developers. Brad Smith, vice chair and president […]

  10. Scheels Sport For All Camp to provide multisport experience for youth at UW-Eau Claire

    Photo of high school students arriving on campus and checking in at the dorms for the Badger Boys State camp. UW-Eau Claire hosts multiple sports camps and will be adding the new Scheels Sport For All Camp this summer. (UW-Eau Claire)

    University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire athletics is partnering with Scheels Sporting Goods to provide opportunities for boys and girls to learn leadership through athletics in a positive multisport camp experience. The collaboration on the new Scheels Sport For All Camp on campus in July is based on a shared belief by Scheels and UW-Eau Claire that […]