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Current or future University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students with an interest in studying the brain and nervous system will have a new academic program available to them beginning in the fall.
Blugolds are polishing their resumes, practicing their interviewing skills and researching potential employers as they prepare to make the most of UW-Eau Claire’s 2018 Spring Career Conference. More than 120 employers will be on campus Feb. 14.
A Winterim program that immerses Blugolds in Washington, D.C., area schools provides hands-on experiences designed to help future teachers gain cultural competencies.
For the sixth year in a row, the UWEC American Marketing Association case team has been named a finalist in the AMA Collegiate Case Competition.Blugolds will present their marketing plan at the AMA Int'l Collegiate Conference on April 5 in New Orleans.
UW-Eau Claire provides an overview of work completed since Dec. 1, 2017, and expected in the next 30 days on the university's construction projects.
Tickets go on sale Feb. 5 for UW-Eau Claire's 44th annual Viennese Ball, to be held April 13-14 in UW-Eau Claire’s Davies Center.
It’s been 20 years since the final curtain call of a 34-year run for UW-Eau Claire Summer Theater, and Dr. Wil Denson has written “Life Upon the Wicked Stage: Summer Theater in Eau Claire — Director’s Cut," a book that details the theater's history.
Brenna St. George Jones, who most recently served as senior director for an arts center at Columbia University, has been named director of artistic programming for the Confluence Arts Center in downtown Eau Claire.
A new children’s book, “Mystery at the Mabel Tainter,” written by Mary Heimstead, a 1975 UW-Eau Claire graduate, and Taylor Kysely, a UW-Eau Claire senior, is a mystery story that takes place in the historic theater.
Long labeled the “smart kid,” Hayden Wilke came to UW-Eau Claire planning a future that reflected a stereotypical “smart kid” path. A biology class inspired him to pursue ecology instead of medicine.
Four Blugold grads who were inspired to pursue careers in higher education because of outside-the-classroom experiences they had while students at UW-Eau Claire now are co-workers in the student affairs unit of a small college in Minnesota.
As a UW-Eau Claire gymnast, Destiny Cobbs regularly earns high marks for her balance beam routines. As a Blugold? The senior scores a perfect 10. Simply put, she's packed a lot into her four years at UW-Eau Claire.
UW-Eau Claire will host a campus-community celebration of the vision and legacy of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. during the opening week of its spring 2018 semester. The Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration will begin at 5 p.m. Jan. 31.
The College of Business has reaffirmed its accreditation by AACSB International, achieving 37 years of continuous accreditation by this global organization which promotes excellence in business education. Learn what AACSB means and why it is important.
Anxious to see the inside of the new $45 million Confluence Arts Center under construction in downtown Eau Claire? Jason Jon Anderson, acting executive director, offers a peek inside the center, which is set to open late in the summer.
UW-Eau Claire's recognition as the best college for LGBTQ students in Wisconsin comes from BestColleges.com, which partnered with Campus Pride in releasing its list of “Best Colleges for LGBTQ Students in Every State.”
As Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2018 approaches, Chancellor Schmidt recalls the civil rights leader's dream and stresses the importance of ongoing efforts at UW-Eau Claire toward greater equity, diversity and inclusion.
Parking changes will take effect Jan. 16 on UW-Eau Claire’s upper campus as the Governors parking lot becomes the staging area for the construction of the university’s new residence hall.
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