1. Students laud UW-River Falls’ first doctoral program

    Photo of members of the first class of UWRF doctoral candidates in Montessori studies meet to work on a class project at the University Center.

    Bridgette Williams owns a private Montessori school in Fayette County, Georgia. For the past two weeks, Williams, who is the head of the school and lead elementary guide, has been […]

  2. UW-Superior professor Michael Waxman starts Tutoring Without Borders, an academic service for Ukrainian children displaced by war

    Photo of UW-Superior Professor Michael Waxman tutoring a group of Ukrainian students.

    Like many Americans, Michael Waxman watched from afar with a heavy heart and a nagging question in his mind as the war in Ukraine unfolded. “What can I do to help?” he […]

  3. Help on the way: UW-La Crosse to offer unique program to grow state’s school psychologists

    Photo of Rob Dixon, director of the UW-La Crosse school psychology program, who says the university’s new online program addresses Wisconsin’s extreme shortage of school psychologists. It’s the first in the state — and one of only three in the country — to offer online studies in school psychology designed for full-time teachers.

    A new online program at UW-La Crosse aims to help address Wisconsin’s extreme shortage of school psychologists. Working with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and Department of Education on […]

  4. New ‘grow your own’ UW-Platteville program hopes to address shortage of STEM teachers

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    The University of Wisconsin-Platteville is helping to address the critical shortage of qualified math and science teachers in Southwest Wisconsin by partnering with local school districts and STEM teachers to […]

  5. UW-Whitewater to offer an online bachelor’s in supply chain management

    Photo of person studying; UW-Whitewater to offer an online bachelor’s in supply chain management

    The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater College of Business and Economics will deliver a 100 percent online Bachelor of Business Administration in supply chain management beginning this fall. “The complexity of supply chains has become dinner […]

  6. New Immersive Simulator Lets Game Players Reimagine Land Use Based on Real Science

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    UW–Madison researchers teamed with New England conservation nonprofit Mass Audubon to create an online learning game that lets players model how different zoning choices would affect the environment, jobs, housing and other […]

  7. UW-Eau Claire Blugold excited to begin teaching career despite ongoing pandemic

    Photo of Abbi Holzmann, who has known since she was a young girl that she wanted to be a teacher. The ongoing pandemic has made her more determined than ever to make a difference in the lives of students. Holzmann, who graduated from UW-Eau Claire in December, began her first professional teaching job in January at an Eau Claire middle school. (Photo by Shane Opatz)

    “I was around 5 years old, and I made my basement into my first classroom and taught silly little lessons to my stuffed animals and Polly Pockets,” says Holzmann, who […]

  8. UW-Platteville students prepare to meet the technology needs of K-12 classrooms

    Photo of Jessica Brogley works with a student.

    Building on its strong legacy of being the first teacher preparation institute in the state, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s School of Education has a long history of looking toward the […]

  9. UWO’s new 100% online associate degree preps students for dozens of career options

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    The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is launching a new 100% online associate of arts and sciences (AAS) degree program this fall to prepare students for careers that require more education […]

  10. From the other side of the world, girl in Kenya learns computer coding at UW-Milwaukee

    Photo of Elsie Maingi from Kenya who competed Girls Who Code program offered by UW-Milwaukee

    The pandemic and a year of virtual schooling had an unexpected benefit for a little girl in Kenya who connected with Girls Who Code at UWM. “I use the computer […]