1. Grant to fund new UW-Eau Claire certificate in humanities, health research

    Photo of UW-Eau Claire biology class

    The global pandemic has provided insight into how human behavior affects critical health care decisions, says Dr. Louisa Rice, professor and chair of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire’s history department. […]

  2. UW-Milwaukee alum finds her fit running Girls on the Run

    Photo of Tina Jones, executive director of Girls on the Run of Southeastern Wisconsin, standing with some of the kids involved in the program. “What I love about this organization is that we are there to build strong girls and look at the whole girl,” she said. “It’s not just the physical component of things, it’s the emotional component and the social component.” (Photo courtesy of Tina Jones)

    It’s not often that someone looks at a job description and decides it’s a perfect fit. But that’s what happened to Tina Jones, who earned her master’s degree from the […]

  3. UW-La Crosse’s Carl Foster honored for scientific contributions to speed skating

    Photo of Carl Foster, an exercise and sport science professor at UW-La Crosse, who has been named to the U.S. Speed Skating Hall of Fame. Foster is being inducted as a contributor to the sport after spending three decades as an exercise physiologist for Team USA.

    Carl Foster and speed skating were an unlikely pair, but they couldn’t have been a more perfect match. A Texas native who wasn’t exposed to the sport until after college, […]

  4. UW-Whitewater Warhawk earns national chemistry accolade

    Photo of Kumpaty Hephzibah, left, with Robert Rider in the lab in 2019.

    Robert Rider, a chemistry major at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, will participate in a prestigious national educational outreach and workforce development program in chemistry at Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, […]

  5. Renewed funding fuels UW-Milwaukee study of sustainable nanotechnology

    Photo of Rebecca Klaper, an aquatic toxicologist at UW-Milwaukee’s School of Freshwater Sciences, is looking for ways to change the chemistry of nanoparticles in order to reduce their harm to aquatic creatures. (UWM Photo/Pete Amland)

    Nanoparticles are tiny bits of material – smaller than a blood cell – that are manufactured and integrated into a multitude of commercial products because of their unique properties. Nanomaterials […]

  6. UW-Madison coughing visualization illustrates the benefits of wearing a good mask

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    UW–Madison Professor Scott Sanders’ team modified a mannequin so that the mouth releases a puff of air containing fog. The air speed is similar to a real human cough, but […]

  7. UW-Green Bay’s Marina Delbecchi said she was never alone in her new virtual journey

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    Marina Delbecchi is an organizational leadership major. Her minors are public administration, political science and global studies. “Having classes that are all online or majority online can be tough, but my professors at UWGB never […]

  8. UW-Stevens Point certified as Bee Campus USA

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    The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is taking part in a nationwide program to improve environments and awareness of threatened bee and pollinator species. Certified as a Bee Campus USA, UW-Stevens […]

  9. Meet UW-Superior graduating Yellowjackets

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    UW-Superior 2020 graduates will forever be remembered as a group that overcame tremendous obstacles to finish what they had started. Meet graduating Yellowjackets  

  10. UW-Stevens Point celebrates 1,300 Pointer graduates

    Photo of Chancellor Bernie Patterson and a 2020 spring graduate giving a congratulatory elbow bump

    May 16 was a special day for nearly 1,300 Pointer graduates and their family and friends. See congratulatory video Related: Spring 2020 Commencement Celebration (Facebook video) UW-Stevens Point at Marshfield […]