1. UW-Eau Claire, Visit Eau Claire partner to boost area tourism

    bridge on the UW-Eau Claire campus

    EAU CLAIRE — The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and Visit Eau Claire have formed a strategic partnership to expand and enhance local tourism. The partnership will provide Visit Eau Claire with improved access to new and existing university facilities for events, enabling the organization to more effectively market the Eau Claire area. Visit Eau Claire […]

  2. Making global connections in the business of water

    water droplets

    Business students and faculty members are immersing themselves in water activities as the UW-Whitewater College of Business and Economics expands its focus on the business of water. As Milwaukee positions itself as a world water hub, UW-Whitewater is providing innovative and creative contributions to the growing regional cluster of freshwater businesses. From the new water […]

  3. UWO’s AeroInnovate the catalyst for new ‘Wisconsin Aerospace Consortium’

    Wisconsin’s effort to make a bigger sonic boom in the aviation and aerospace economy got a tremendous lift thanks to an initiative born with the vision and assistance of a University of Wisconsin Oshkosh program. On March 29, AeroInnovate, an aviation and aerospace networking and consulting enterprise launched from the UW Oshkosh Business Success Center, […]

  4. UW-Stout golf management students shoot for certification

    students surrounding a computer

    Golf management students benefit from industry partnership. Not many years ago, making a tee time at a golf course involved a phone call, a pencil and a piece of paper. Those days, like laminated wood drivers, are long gone at most courses. Just ask the golf enterprise management majors at University of Wisconsin-Stout, Wisconsin’s Polytechnic […]

  5. Research leads to improved water-quality test

    researchers by the lake

    RACINE — Most people who use a beach for swimming or other recreation have experienced water-quality advisories and closed beaches. As a result of research projects under the direction of University of Wisconsin-Parkside graduate Dr. Julie Kinzelman (’84, medical technology/biological sciences), water-quality advisories for Racine’s popular North Beach more accurately reflect that day’s water conditions. […]