1. UW-Green Bay alumnus Cristian Ambrosio is on his way to pursuing a lifelong dream of becoming a physician

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    UW-Green Bay alumnus Cristian Ambrosio’s definition of healing and love took a whole new meaning the day his family made a decision to care for his newborn cousin. Calling it […]

  2. UW-Superior faculty help establish Twin Ports Chapter of Transportation Research Forum

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    University of Wisconsin-Superior’s Transportation and Logistics Management faculty recently helped launch the Twin Ports chapter of the Transportation Research Forum. The Twin Ports chapter is the first outside of a major metropolitan area […]

  3. UW Oshkosh named one of nation’s best schools for men in nursing for fifth year

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    University of Wisconsin Oshkosh College of Nursing (CON) was named one of the nation’s best schools for men in nursing during the annual American Association for Men in Nursing (AAMN)—marking […]

  4. UW-Whitewater: Hands-on research with an impact

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    Dale Splinter, professor of geology, geography and environmental science at UW-Whitewater, works with his students to test tributaries suspected of bringing high levels of phosphorus and other pollutants into Geneva […]

  5. UW-Milwaukee researchers create a breakthrough tool for superfast molecular movies

    Photo of UW-Milwaukee researchers who contributed to the paper, including Peter Schwander (from left), Abbas Ourmazd, Marius Schmidt, Russell Fung and Ahmad Hosseinizadeh, who is the first author. (UWM Photo/Troye Fox)

    Scientists are trying to discover the exact sequence of events that occurs when light strikes photoactive proteins, changing their atomic structure, or “shape.” That biochemical process unfolds in processes like […]

  6. Starting off right: UW Oshkosh first-year students prepped for success

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    Rolling out the welcome mat with special orientation programs and relationship-building activities for new and returning students at the start of each academic year is a hallmark of the University […]

  7. UW-Green Bay restoration project will provide crucial habitat for pollinators, birds, bats and other wildlife

    Photo of UW-Green Bay's Natural Areas Ecologist, Bobbie Webster, planting wet meadow plant seeds at the Wequiock Creek Natural Area. UW-Green Bay, Sue Pischke University Photographer

    Staff from the Cofrin Center of Biodiversity, community volunteers, and UW-Green Bay students from Professor Amy Wolf’s Conservation Biology plant seeds at the Wequiock Creek Natural Area. The restoration being […]

  8. UW-Stout interior design faculty, students become part of the safe, healthier buildings movement

    Photo of (from left) UW-Stout interior design professors Julie Peterson, Nicolette Brehm and Shelley Pecha, who recently became WELL accredited professionals. / UW-Stout

    Three professors, eight students pass international WELL certification There’s good reason why buildings, from homes to work spaces to stores, should be safe and have healthy interior environments — humans […]

  9. UW-Whitewater students track Blanding’s turtles for research and better conservation practices

    Photo of Blanding's turtle hatchlings like these were hatched in captivity and released in a Rock County marsh as part of a multi-year study involving UW-Whitewater students of a conservation practice called “headstarting.” (UW-Whitewater photo/Craig Schreiner)

    UW-Whitewater students Nick Rudolph and Lisa Mitchem start their day at a reclaimed marsh in Rock County. They unpack research equipment from their car and don fishing waders. Standing in […]

  10. Regents approve new partnership with Gateway Technical College, UW-Parkside, allowing students to earn two-year liberal arts degrees

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    The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents at their meeting in October paved the way for Gateway Technical College to begin offering two, two-year liberal arts degrees. The UW Board […]