1. Marching Band returns to UW-River Falls after 30 years

    Photo of Tom Barnett, UW-River Falls marching band director, leading the UWRF pep band at Smith Stadium at Ramer Field in October 2022 prior to the start of a home game against UW-Eau Claire.

    Alumni and university support makes dream a reality More than three decades after it last appeared on campus, the University of Wisconsin-River Falls is getting ready to strike up the […]

  2. Cookin’ with gas: UWO professor earns patent for flameless industrial oven

    Photo of Olszewski posing next to the prototype of his flameless impingement oven, designed and built in the Teaching and Energy Research Industrial Lab on the Oshkosh campus. The oven recently was granted a U.S. patent. (Photo credit: UW Oshkosh)

    Call it a hot new invention. Pawel Olszewski, a University of Wisconsin Oshkosh associate mechanical engineering technology professor, recently was granted a U.S. patent for his flameless impingement oven, designed and built […]

  3. UW-Green Bay: Nonprofit professionals gain education and insight at inaugural spring conference

    Photo of participants in inaugural spring conference for nonprofit professionals organized by UW-Green Bay's Division of Continuing Education & Community Engagement.

    The inaugural Nonprofit Education & Development Network Conference, held on April 5, 2023, at Lambeau Field was a sold-out event! The event, ‘Nonprofit Resilience: Reset, Renew & Inspire,’  brought together more than […]

  4. Cecil Garvin, esteemed teacher of Ho-Chunk language, to receive honorary degree from UW–Madison

    Photo of Cecil Garvin, a highly respected Ho-Chunk elder who has devoted much of his professional life to the preservation and promotion of the Ho-Chunk language and Indigenous culture, pictured at his home in Madison. PHOTO: JEFF MILLER

    The University of Wisconsin–Madison will award an honorary doctorate degree this May to Cecil Garvin, a highly respected Ho-Chunk elder who has devoted much of his professional life to the […]

  5. UW-Whitewater professor wins Fulbright award to study desert ecology

    Photo of Romero pausing to have her own photograph taken while checking trail cameras. (Photo courtesy of Andrea Romero)

    For Andrea Romero, the rainforests of Costa Rica have become almost a second home. She has been conducting research on the wildlife ecosystem in the Central American country for nearly […]

  6. UW-Stout’s Child and Family Study Center looks to strengthen Wisconsin’s child care workforce

    Photo of the Child and Family Study Center, which helps train future teachers, counselors and dietitians to build Wisconsin's child care workforce and support families. / UW-Stout

    Center at the heart of Heritage Hall project provides critical career training through community service Families from around Wisconsin are facing significant shortages of quality child care programs, caused in […]

  7. Dr. Rosa King’s journey through First Nations Studies helps her Indigenous language program

    Photo of Dr. King teaching 3–6-year-old children in the Oneida language immersion program she created. (Photo courtesy of Dr. King)

    Each fall, students in the Oneida language immersion program excitedly harvest the bounty from the Three Sisters garden located at their school in Oneida, Wisconsin. What might appear to an […]

  8. Fully focused: UW-Stout video production majors gaining industry experience

    Photo of UW-Stout student Delaney Hoffman looking through a viewfinder at Cinequipt on an Arri Alexa camera, used for high-end motion imaging.

    Class tours Cinequipt in Minneapolis; student’s videography business receives two national honors Being ready to step into a career is one of the hallmarks of an education at UW-Stout. A […]

  9. New mural inspires sense of belonging at UW-Milwaukee

    Photo of some of the staff and students who contributed to the mural: Natalia Ornelas (from left), retention specialist/coach; Karen Parrish Baker, director of TRIO SSS; Maram Odeh Badad, junior IT major, SSS scholar and peer success assistant; Andreea Vasi, economics doctoral candidate and SSS program assistant; Demond Stewart, SSS senior advisor/coach; and Tia Richardson, artist. (UWM Photo/Elora Hennessey)

    A blank wall is an inspiring canvas for artistic creations. When the TRIO Student Support Services program, based in Mitchell Hall, acquired a large multipurpose room with an inviting blank […]

  10. Game development skills solve an art gallery’s problem

    Photo of Brian Michael, a UW-Whitewater media arts and game development student from Sycamore, Illinois, placing 12 works by painter Jerry Jordan. Brian created art installation software for the gallery, which takes the dimensions of the paintings and the wall, so he can determine the correct placement and spacing for the art. This software saves workers from hand-measuring and manually working out the placements. (UW-Whitewater Photos/Craig Schreiner)

    Brian Michael, a media arts and game development major from Sycamore, Illinois, still beams when he talks about being paid to do programming for his campus employer, Roberta’s Art Gallery, located in the […]