1. UW-Oshkosh alumnus moves forward, gives back

    Photo of UW-Oshkosh alumnus Patrick Gaughan, Class of ’71, in Central Africa working with Smile Train in his second career as a registered nurse.

      UW-Oshkosh alumnus Patrick Gaughan, Class of ’71, is taking lifelong learning seriously. After a 28-year career in public service with the city of Jacksonville, Florida, he returned to school […]

  2. New UW-Madison nursing immersion program offers students hands-on experience at respite camp

    Photo of new UW-Madison nursing immersion program, which offers students meaningful, hands-on experience at respite camp

    A new summer immersion program at UW-Madison helps prepare nursing students to provide services for people with a broad spectrum of disabilities. Students in the summer respite camp meet with […]

  3. DNA research paves career path to Marshfield lab for UW-Stevens Point students

    Photo of Hannah Downs

    UW-Stevens Point students not only learn useful information in a molecular biology course, they also conduct research for PreventionGenetics, a genetics testing laboratory in Marshfield. This gives students valuable research […]

  4. 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 […]

  5. 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 […]

  6. 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 […]

  7. UW-Parkside students win Big Idea Competition

    Photo of Mya Peterson and Sam Rozzoni, UW-Parkside students who won the UW-Parkside Big Idea Award in 2019.

    UW-Parkside is proud to announce that Mya Peterson and Sam Rozzoni have earned the 2019 UW-Parkside Big Idea award for their research project about new nutrition supplements for aging populations. […]

  8. Marinette Campus professor researches possible link between environmental exposure to algae and Alzheimer’s

    Photo of UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus Professor Renee Richer, who is conducting research in Qatar which may someday help to prevent diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

    UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus Professor Renee Richer’s research in Qatar may someday help to prevent diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Richer is studying neurotoxins found in algae blooms that seem […]

  9. UW-La Crosse physical therapy program earns stamp of approval

    Photo of UWL physical therapy students teaching an exercise class at Summit Elementary in La Crosse. Community service and research activities that involve more than 500 people each year are just one of the reasons the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) granted the Clinical Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy the maximum 10 years of accreditation.

    The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Clinical Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy has been granted the maximum 10 years of accreditation. The Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) granted […]

  10. A UW-Madison video game can change the brain, may improve empathy in middle schoolers

    Image of UW-Madison empathy game

    A space-exploring robot crashes on a distant planet. In order to gather the pieces of its damaged spaceship, it needs to build emotional rapport with the local alien inhabitants. The […]