1. UW-Whitewater Warhawk discovers 1,000-year-old remains on archeological dig

    Photo of Cudnohowski

    UW-Whitewater student Cameron Cudnohowski has always wanted to dig up bones. His favorite movie is “Jurassic Park.” And he loves history. When he took Professor Jennifer Thibodeaux’s class on medieval Europe, she presented him with a study-abroad opportunity to live out his archeological dream. Originally from Watertown, Wisconsin, Cudnohowski traveled to a farm in Skegness, England […]

  2. Got a bachelor’s? UW-Madison nursing degree could be just 12 months away

    Photo of Aniqueka Scott, 33, who was educated in Mexico, worked in Haiti, and plans to practice nursing in Madison after graduation. PHOTO BY ALEXANDER ANDRÉ

    In May, UW-Madison’s School of Nursing marked the first graduates of its new accelerated bachelor’s of science in nursing program. Thirty-two students graduated from the one-year program that offers a second chance for adults who already have a bachelor’s degree and are seeking a satisfying, well-paying job. It is part of a full-court press by the […]

  3. UW-Platteville Richland student documents a life dedicated to the preservation of prehistoric Native American culture

    Photo of UW-Platteville Richland nontraditional student Chris Hynek presenting his research at Research in the Rotunda; Hynek is documenting his father’s life, which was dedicated to preserving prehistoric Native American culture.

    UW-Platteville Richland nontraditional student Chris Hynek is documenting his father’s life, which was dedicated to preserving prehistoric Native American culture. Hynek has painstakingly archived and digitized the quarterly journal Prehistoric American, which his father edited for many years. Hynek shared his research at UW System’s 16th annual Research in the Rotunda in April. Read more […]

  4. UW-Superior legal studies and criminal justice programs hold senior experience celebration

    Photo of participant in UW-Superior legal studies and criminal justice programs' senior experience, celebration on May 1. This allowed the 18 graduating seniors a chance to share and celebrate their capstone experiences. Several students also talked about jobs they’ve found prior to graduation.

    The University of Wisconsin-Superior legal studies and criminal justice programs held its senior experience celebration on Wednesday, May 1, in the Yellowjacket Union. A poster session highlighting significant capstone experience allowed the 18 graduating seniors a chance to share and celebrate their experiences. Following the poster session, the students took part in an awards ceremony […]

  5. UW-River Falls student Murry named Ag Engineering Undergrad Student of the Year

    Photo of Joe Shakal, chair of the Agricultural Engineering Technology Department at UW-River Falls, presenting senior Lindsey Murry with the 2019 ASABE Agricultural Engineering Undergraduate Student of the Year Award.

    Lindsey Murry is the first graduate in UW-River Falls’ new agricultural engineering program. Named the 2019 Agricultural Engineering Undergraduate Student of the Year by the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE), this McNair Scholar is not only being acknowledged for her academic excellence but also her extracurricular activities and invaluable […]

  6. UW-La Crosse graduate and future teacher is also a Ninja warrior

    Photo of UW-La Crosse graduate Janelle Kopa

    UW-La Crosse spring graduate Janelle Kopa spent commencement weekend competing on the NBC-TV series, “American Ninja Warrior.” What Kopa likes best about ninja training is setting goals and achieving dreams. That’s something this early childhood education major plans to share with her students as she pursues a teaching career. Read more about Janelle Kopa’s story.

  7. Veteran finds passion in career change from military to healthcare

    Photo of U.S. Army veteran Justin Rathkamp

    U.S. Army veteran Justin Rathkamp realized his dream to help fellow veterans after a career change to health care. This busy husband and father appreciated the flexibility offered by a UW Extended Campus online degree program. Hired as the Veterans Experience Officer at Madison’s VA Hospital, Rathkamp now enjoys evenings and weekends with his family.

  8. UW-Eau Claire Blugold graduates find success

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    UW-Eau Claire sets students up for success by teaching skills that help them stand out in the real world. With nearly 8 out of 10 students participating in a job-related experience as part of their education, it’s no wonder many students land positions before they have a diploma in hand. What’s more? 97% of UW-Eau […]

  9. UW-Green Bay names Noodles & Company founder, Aaron Kennedy, TitletownTech Entrepreneur-in-Residence

    Photo of UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller

    UW-Green Bay and the UW System have named Aaron Kennedy, founder and CEO for Noodles & Company, to be the first “entrepreneur-in-residence” at TitletownTech. With his experience as a global entrepreneur who has built brands, companies and movements, he will be an invaluable asset in TitletownTech’s mission of bringing world-class digital innovation and expertise to […]

  10. UW-Stevens Point at Wausau grad making the most of his opportunities

    Photo of Lucas Hintz, UW-Stevens Point at Wausau graduate

    Lucas Hintz is building a career out of service to others. Starting with a GED and associate degree in radiology tech, Hintz is now earning his second associate degree from UW-Stevens Point at Wausau and has been given the 2019 Samuel Weiner Award for Academic Excellence. This fall, Hintz will attend UW-Stevens Point’s main campus […]