1. Back to the past: UW-Platteville advising manager embarks on archaeological mission abroad

    Photo of Becca Bartusewich (left), advising manager for the Office of Professional Program Support, participating in an archaeological dig.

    There’s more to Becca Bartusewich than meets the eye. In addition to being an instructor, most know her as the advising manager for the Office of Professional Program Support at […]

  2. A girl’s best friend: Incoming student and her service dog are TikTok stars

    Photo of UW-Superior student Abbey Karnes with her service dog, Darby

    If you’ve been lucky enough to have a dog, you understand the bonds they form with their humans. They learn our routines and sense our moods. Ever eager to please, […]

  3. New UW-Platteville director looks to reinvigorate orchestral music in the community

    Photo of Megan Maddaleno, new director of orchestral activities at UW-Platteville

    Megan Maddaleno is beginning her first full academic year as director of orchestral activities at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and said she is looking forward to expanding the UW-Platteville Symphony Orchestra and […]

  4. UW-Parkside Ranked #4 in Social Mobility by U.S. News & World Report

    Photo of UW-Parkside graduates

    The University of Wisconsin-Parkside has been named a top performer among public Midwest regional colleges and universities for social mobility by U.S. News & World Report, a metric that recognizes […]

  5. Relationships built at UW-Stevens Point send alumnus on a musical world tour

    Photo of Zachary Finnegan, 2018 UWSP alumnus, who performed on trumpet at Madison Square Garden recently as a member of singer Michael Bublé’'s band.

    On July 2 of this year, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point 2018 alumnus Zachary Finnegan found himself on the grounds of Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, England, playing trumpet for a crowd […]

  6. UW-Eau Claire geology majors gain skills, confidence by working on a remote mountain range above the Arctic Circle

    Photo of geology majors Bryanna Rayhorn (left) and Lindsey Henricks spent their summer living on a mountain range above the Arctic Circle while working for a geological consulting firm in northern Alaska. The area was so remote that they had to take a helicopter to get to work every day, something the Blugolds say added to their experience. Both say they gained skills and confidence, which will help them in their future careers. (Submitted photo)

    Photo caption: Geology majors Bryanna Rayhorn (left) and Lindsey Henricks spent their summer living on a mountain range above the Arctic Circle while working for a geological consulting firm in […]

  7. New Warhawk Marching Band uniforms take wing

    Photo of the UW-Whitewater Marching band debuting new, redesigned uniforms at the home opener football game at Perkins Stadium where the Warhawks defeated Mary Hardin-Baylor on Saturday, Sept.10, 2022. (UW-Whitewater photo/Craig Schreiner)

    For the first time in 13 years, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Warhawk Marching Band soared into Perkins Stadium with new uniforms, thanks to Glenn Hayes, professor of music, and uniform designer and alumnus […]

  8. Central European Travel Seminar: A unique study abroad opportunity

    Photo of the 2022 CETS cohort, which was led through the Prague leg of their journey by Blugold grad and Fulbright scholar Megan Henning (holding sign), and her familiarity with the city proved to be a tremendous bonus. (Submitted photo)

    As a high school student searching for the right place to land in a secondary education program, Megan Henning was very interested in the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, given the […]

  9. NSF grants UW-Platteville $1.5 million for new civil and environmental engineering scholarship program

    Photo of a UW-Platteville Civil Environmental Engineering class

    The University of Wisconsin-Platteville is the recipient of a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation, which will create a unique scholarship program for civil and environmental engineering students and […]

  10. UW Oshkosh researcher shows unintended consequences of e-cigarette taxes

    Illustration of e-cigarettes

    Newly published research led by a University of Wisconsin Oshkosh professor might cause policymakers to pause the next time implementing e-cigarette taxes are up for debate. The Effects of E-Cigarette […]