The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018, and the footbridge will be closed from late May to late August in both 2017 and 2018.More information
Andrew Jepsen has been named director of Recreation and Sport Facilities at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
Over the last three years, Event Production Crew has been assisting Clearwing Productions with all the set-up and clean-up of the Eaux Claires festival. John Jonas, a UW-Eau Claire business major who graduated this spring, has been a part of all three festivals, and it is something he looks forward to every year.
UW-Eau Claire's master of education in professional development is a blended weekend and online program designed specifically for busy educators seeking a meaningful master’s degree that will have a lasting, positive impact on student learning.
Eau Claire's Juneteenth celebration, commemorating African American freedom and emphasizing education and achievement, will begin at 5:30 p.m. June 19 at Carson Park's Pine Pavilion.
Lily Cook, Actuarial Science major and Information systems minor, was awarded a 2017 Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) Trust Scholarship award. This national scholarship is given out annually to three students. Lily was awarded $5,000 and was invited to attend the 2017 CAS Annual Meeting, held in Austin, Texas.
The Wisconsin Historical Society is honoring three Blugolds for their work in documenting the state’s history. Dr. Robert J. Gough, professor emeritus of history, Dr. James W. Oberly, professor of history and American Indian studies, and Greg Kocken, head of special collections, university archives and records management, are 2017 Wisconsin Historical Society Board of Curators Award recipients.
The UW-Eau Claire Small Business Development Center is celebrating the success of one of its clients, North Star Fire, an Eau Claire startup that is the grand prizewinner in the 2017 Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.
Last summer, it was Time magazine shining a spotlight on Eau Claire in a story about the impact that the arts and local development is having on the city, as well as the role Blugolds are playing in shaping the Chippewa Valley’s future. This spring, Milwaukee Magazine, Madison Magazine, Minnesota Monthly and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel all have shared stories that highlight many of the awesome things that we know make Eau Claire such a great place to live, work, visit and study.
Blugold Radio and other area sponsors have created an exciting event in anticipation of the Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival, so be sure to check out the "night before" festivities. A celebration of local music and artists will take place throughout downtown Eau Claire on the evening of June 15. Don't miss out on this nod to Chippewa Valley musicians.
B.J. Hollars, a successful author and an associate professor of English at UW-Eau Claire, says he would not be a professor or writer today if it were not for his mentor, author Ray Bradbury. The two corresponded for a decade, trading letters from B.J.'s senior year in high school until Ray's death in 2012. In all that time, Ray shared insights not only on the writing life, but on life generally. Specifically, the importance of giving what you can to those who need it.
When a dozen Blugolds visited popular tourist destinations in Scotland this spring, they were doing much more than sightseeing. The UW-Eau Claire geography majors, along with two of their professors, were gathering information and other data necessary to analyze how effectively Scotland is marketing itself to visitors from abroad, specifically millennials.
Check out the opportunities to grow professionally and personally through UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education programs. Offerings include personal enrichment, Summer Institute, Supervisory Management and a Geriatric Mental Health program.
UW-Eau Claire overviews the work completed on the Garfield Avenue redevelopment project as of June 1, 2017.
If not for Erin Klaus’ time in Arizona following her 2005 graduation from UW-Eau Claire, she may not have become a partner in a successful small business in downtown Eau Claire.
Recent grad Bryan Krause is glad to be serving youth at Rawhide Boys Ranch. He credits his religious studies minor with broadening his viewpoint and increasing his compassion, and says his psychology major equipped him with the skills he needs to succeed in his current career.
Students holding an associate's degree in from two area technical colleges now have improved options for transferring to UW-Eau Claire and pursuing a bachelor's in social work, thanks to newly signed articulation agreements.
Drawing on personal experience and some impressive career success, Fortune 500 CEO Mary Laschinger told UW-Eau Claire’s spring 2017 graduates that their learning should not end with the completion of their college degree.
As UW-Eau Claire's 2016-17 academic year and its Centennial Celebration come to an end, Chancellor James Schmidt takes a look at all that was done to carry on the university's100-year tradition of excellence — and to ensure it continues well into the next century.
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