1. Paw-fect idea: UW-Stout recent grad places in national Student Design Competition with pet product

    Photo of the Pup Rub Speedy Paw Protector created by UW-Stout recent graduate Claire Dronen, which earned a third place in the International Housewares Association Inspired Home Show’s annual Student Design Competition.

    Other art and design students participate in game jams, speak at Games for Change University of Wisconsin-Stout recent industrial design graduate Claire Dronen loves walking, running and being outdoors with […]

  2. UW-Platteville partnership in Prototyping Center helps bring ideas to life

    Photo of Dr. John Obielodan explaining the workings of a newly acquired selective laser sintering machine to some of his students in the lab. The machine was purchased through a Dairy Innovation Hub Supplies and Equipment grant.

    New inventions poised to make an impact in a variety of fields are getting their start on the University of Wisconsin-Platteville campus, being designed, prototyped and tested by a UW-Platteville […]

  3. 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 […]

  4. UW-Milwaukee cybersecurity expert teaches students how to hack for good

    Photo of UW-Milwaukee faculty Khaled Sabha and Danielle Romain Dagenhardt, who are helping offer a new graduate certificate in cybercrime forensics, which includes classes in ethical hacking and computer forensics. (UWM Photo/Elora Hennessey)

    Learning how to secure websites and computer systems from hackers requires someone to figure out how such virtual crimes occur in the first place. Khaled Sabha wants to teach students […]

  5. UW-Platteville Computer Science + X degree program opens new opportunities for students

    Photo of computer

    Responding to the increasing demand for computing skills in the workforce — in both technical and non-technical professions alike — the University of Wisconsin-Platteville is rolling out a new Computer Science + […]

  6. UW-Milwaukee program that aims to build diversity in sciences produces first graduates

    Photo of Bryn Glennon (left) and Mara Charpentier (third from left), who are two of the first three UWM graduates from the PECS program, which aims to boost the number of students from underrepresented groups who become engineers and computer scientists. With them are Wilkistar Otieno (right), associate professor of engineering, and Christine Beimborn, STEM outreach specialist in engineering. (UWM Photo/Elora Hennessey)

    UW-Milwaukee has reached another milestone in helping build a more diverse workforce in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields. In May, the first three students graduated from a […]

  7. Solving the world’s toughest problems: UW-La Crosse student-faculty research has wide range of applications

    Photo of UW-La Crosse senior Kaelan Engholdt, who with the help of Assistant Professor David Mathias, has created an "extinction event" operator that allows computers to more effectively solve complex problems.

    A UW-La Crosse student may hold the key to solving some of the world’s most complex problems. And that’s thanks to student-faculty research opportunities available to students in many majors. […]

  8. High-performance computing workshops scheduled for high school students at UW-Eau Claire

    Photo of Dr. Nora Mitchell, UW-Eau Claire assistant professor of biology, who will direct a workshop for Upward Bound students on using the supercomputing cluster to build evolutionary trees to understand relationships among species. Mitchell is shown in this photo working with UW-Eau Claire students in a biology class lab. (Photo by Shane Opatz)

    Some Eau Claire high school students will get firsthand experiences this week in the first summer workshops for high-performance computing, all taught by University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire faculty and staff […]

  9. UW-Madison: Self-powered implantable device stimulates fast bone healing, then disappears without a trace

    Photo of UW–Madison Professor Xudong Wang holding a fracture electrostimulation device he and his lab designed. When placed over a fracture, the device generates electricity from movement, accelerating bone healing. JASON DALEY

    In 2017, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers broke his right collarbone in a game against the Minnesota Vikings. Typically, it takes about 12 weeks for a collarbone to fully […]

  10. UW-Stevens Point is among first to offer new science education major

    Photo of UWSP student Christina Mitchell

    UW-Stevens Point will offer a new science education degree this fall, one of the first in the University of Wisconsin System. The natural science for science teaching certification is a collaborative bachelor’s degree […]