On Campus

EAU: Honey is passion for UW-Eau Claire student, Eau Claire Leader Leader-Telegram, Feb. 17

EAU: Bachelor’s Degrees 2/17/19 (including recent UW-Eau Claire grads), Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Feb. 17

EAU: UW-Eau Claire Dean’s List 2/17/19, Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Feb. 17

EAU: Family-owned Strum grocery store still going after 120 years (company president is UW-Eau Claire graduate), Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Feb. 17

EAU: Southeast Louisiana People in Business for Feb. 17, 2019 (New Louisiana Blue Cross and Blue Shield VP is UW-Eau Claire grad), The Acadiana Advocate, Feb. 17

EAU: UW-Eau Claire award winner is social justice advocate, Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Feb. 16

EAU: Education accolades (including recent UW-Eau Claire graduate), Austin (Minnesota) Daily Herald, Feb. 16

EAU: Eau Claire students show off knowledge on National History Day (top presenters heading to regional competition at UW-Eau Claire), WQOW News 18, Feb. 15

EAU: Crazy for cranes? College freshman folds paper into birds (featuring UW-Eau Claire student), Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Feb. 15


GRB: PRO: Ignoring climate change far exceeds the price of dealing with it (By Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft), AZ Daily Sun, Feb. 17

GRB: Led by teachers, strikes reach highest levels since ’80s (feat. Prof.  Jon Shelton), The Washington Post, Feb. 16

GRB: Tom Still: A speed-dating match made in Lambeau (UW-Green Bay is partner in Titletown Tech), LaCrosse Tribune, Feb. 17

GRB: Green Bay School District’s Marisol Evans awarded Golden Apple Award (Three UWGB Alumnae awarded Golden Apple), Green Bay Press Gazette, Feb. 14


LAX: UW-La Crosse student works with campus security (UWL student senator Brandon Micech, former Menomonee Falls School Board member, works with University Police to implement safety system.), WXOW, Feb. 15
LAX: Community rallies around vandalized business
(UWL representatives among those at rally.), WEAU, Feb.16
LAX: People of La Crosse unite after the hate crime that occurred last week
(UWL among others attending rally.), La Crosse Tribune, Feb. 16

LAX: 125 students, 25 schools, 23 miles: Hardest race in ROTC (UWL hosts grueling competition of 125 ROTC students from 25 universities.), WKBT,  Feb. 16
LAX: Campus Connection: UW-L professor recognized for promoting women’s health
(UWL professor recognized for promoting women’s in the state.), La Crosse Tribune, Feb. 16
LAX: Islamophobia has no place in La Crosse, WI
(UWL participates in citywide rally.), Fight Back! Newspaper, Feb. 16
LAX: Local ROTC competitors brave the cold for mock-battle
(UW-La Crosse ROTC students planned and enacted the competition among 120 cadets.), WXOW, Feb. 17
LAX: Wisconsin gets its first cider pub and it’s in Mount Horeb
(UWL alum Matt Raboin and his wife, Marie, are owners of new establishment.), The Courier Life News, Feb. 17

LAX: La Crosse groups plan rally Friday in wake of racist graffiti (UWL group among those planning rally.), La Crosse Tribune, Feb. 14
LAX: Area police brush up on emergency medical skills
 (Officers from UWL among those taking part in training.), WKBT, Feb. 14
LAX: Northern Warfare Challenge set for Saturday
 (UWL ROTC hosts event open to all U.S. universities.), La Crosse Tribune, Feb. 14


MAD: Media barred from Beto O’Rourke event at UW, Cap Times, Feb. 18

MAD: UW-Madison’s racial reckoning: In 1969, black students had 13 demands. What happened next?, Wisconsin State Journal, Feb. 18

MAD: UW-Madison opera, theater programs venture ‘Into the Woods’ together, Wisconsin State Journal, Feb. 18

MAD: ‘It’s our responsibility’, WISC-TV, Feb. 18

MAD: Editorial: UW political events should always be open to the people, Cap Times, Feb. 18

MAD: Wisconsin gets its first cider pub and it’s in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin State Journal, Feb. 18


MIL: UWM students heading to Taiwan for Foxconn engineering co-op program , Milwaukee Business Journal, Feb. 15

MIL: UWM professor emeritus comments on Milwaukee County’s political parties , Milwaukee Magazine, Feb. 15

MIL: Students from UWM heading to Foxconn in Taiwan for five months , WISN, Feb. 15

MIL: UWM receives award for its undergraduate research , WUWM, Feb. 15

MIL: Phishing scam aimed at stealing UWM student’s refunds , WDJT, Feb. 15

MIL: UWM researchers discuss infant sleep safety on MD for Moms podcast , Carly Snyder MD, Feb. 15

MIL: History of bear performances discussed by UWM historian , Medium, Feb. 15

MIL: UWM engineering students head to Taiwan with support from Foxconn , Fox 6 Now, Feb. 15

MIL: Foxconn sends 12 UWM students to international co-op in Taiwan , Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Feb. 15

MIL: UWM students headed to Taiwan for Foxconn engineering program , WDJT, Feb. 15


PLT: Tonight at 10: What is the internet of things? Some call it the next industrial revolution, Channel 3000, Feb. 18

PLT: Thousands of pounds of food composted at Loras latest in local colleges’ sustainability efforts, Telegraph Herald, Feb. 18


PRK: On the Job: Jennifer Dooley-Hogan (UW-Parkside Foundation board member), Kenosha News, Feb. 18


RVF: UW-River Falls Secures Sixth Straight Women’s Ice Hockey Championship, Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, Feb. 18

RVF: Monahan graduates from UW-River Falls, Crow River Media, Feb. 18

RVF: NRHS Science Olympiad team competes at UWRF Border Battle, Richmond-News, Feb. 18

RVF: Anderson: Event at Canterbury Park takes equine competition in extreme direction  Minneapolis Star Tribune, Feb. 18


STO: Reversible design could breathe new life into old buildings (A UW-Stout MFA student studies possibilities for former train depot.), Greater Menomonie Area Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 14
STO: Search scheduled for missing veteran and UW-Stout student (James Liedtka went missing in early November.), WEAU TV 13, Feb. 14
STO: CHS Science Olympiad heads to state (The state competition is Saturday, March 16, at UW-Stout.), Cambridge News, Feb. 14
STO: OnlineMasters.com names top master’s in construction management programs for 2019 (UW-Stout is part of the 27-school list.), Cision, Feb. 15
STO: Attorney General Kaul announces grants for 48 counties to ‘help fight drug trafficking’ (The West Central Drug Task Force, including UW-Stout Police, received a $50,000 grant.), WITI TV 6, Feb. 14


SUP: Theater review: Teenagers explore life, death in poetic ‘I and You’ at UWS, Duluth News Tribune, Feb. 16

SUP: St. Louis County attorney hired son over experienced prosecutors, (includes UW-Superior senior lecturer), Duluth News Tribune, Feb. 17

SUP: Lifesaving moments: Somers fire, EMS personnel share virtues of learning CPR at training event Saturday (includes UW-Superior student), Kenosha News, Feb. 16

SUP: National emergency won’t stall local workers (Includes UW-Superior associate professor), Fox 21, Feb. 15


WHT: Onlinemasters.com names top MBA in international business programs for 2019, websitegear.com, Feb. 15

WHT: Jake Kumerow hopes long to NFL firsts sets stage for healthy 2019 with Packers | Pro football, Sports News Bay, Feb. 15

WHT: Gifted and talented diversification reaches for full potential, District Administration, Feb. 14



Walters: Evers plan pours 45 percent of taxes into K-12 schools, Janesville Gazette, Feb. 17



Appeals court rules on issue of university keeping rapist away from accuser, Inside Higher Ed, Feb. 18

Alaska governor proposes 41 percent cut to higher ed, Inside Higher Ed, Feb. 18

Study links faculty attitudes on intelligence to student success in STEM, with large impact on minority student success, Inside Higher Ed, Feb. 18

Essay about how white male students dominate discussions sets off debate at Dickinson and beyond, Inside Higher Ed, Feb. 18