1. UW-Eau Claire prepares students to meet geospatial technology demand in Wisconsin workforce

    University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students and graduates with knowledge of geospatial technologies are being pursued by businesses and government agencies across Wisconsin and beyond as demand for employees with geospatial skills is soaring. “Today, if an organization does not employ someone with geospatial skills, it is likely they have a consulting firm that does,” said

  2. Providing industry solutions and high-impact student experiences

    students working in a laboratory

    The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Materials Science Center was one of several innovative programs featured at the fall meeting of the Materials Research Society in Boston, Mass. MRS is a global professional association that facilitates the exchange of information and encourages collaboration across various fields of science affecting materials. UW-Eau Claire students Jason Leicht, a

  3. UW Oshkosh’s growth, success help power new ‘Opportunity Oshkosh’ campaign

    aerial shot of Oshkosh campus

    It makes sense that the state University “where excellence and opportunity meet” is a major player and power involved in the new, community economic-development campaign flying under the banner “Opportunity Oshkosh.” The Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce and local economic development agencies unveiled their “Opportunity Oshkosh” marketing campaign Nov. 29. The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has

  4. Pioneer Farm helps Grant County 4-H Livestock Team advance to third national contest

    PLATTEVILLE, Wis. – The University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s Pioneer Farm has long since been a source of educational opportunities for students and the university as well as community members, in particular, the Grant County 4-H Livestock Team, which competed in Kansas City, Mo. in early November at the American Royal Competition. Teams from Grant County have

  5. Forensic investigation program to graduate first three students

    PLATTEVILLE, Wis. – The University of Wisconsin-Platteville Forensic Investigation Program, which first offered a major focused on the documentation and collection of physical crime scene evidence in 2011, will graduate its first three students this month: Amanda Corrigeux of Thomson, Ill., Felicia Folbrecht of Beaver Dam, Wis., and Candace Koch of Juda, Wis. The major,