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Both current Blugolds and alumni are doing some amazing things lately! They're winning awards, making great strides in their fields, volunteering, exploring new places, writing books, doing cutting-edge research, and more. Read their stories here and be inspired.
Upward Bound at UW-Eau Claire has been named a recipient of the 2018 Diversity Award from the UW System Board of Regents.
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.
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 names 2,561 students to the fall Dean's List.
UW-Eau Claire Chancellor James Schmidt and Gary Berg, a 1979 UW-Eau Claire graduate who is CEO and founder of the G.L. Berg Entertainment agency in Minneapolis, are quoted extensively in a USA Today Network story about college students who are undecided.
As a Devroy Fellow, Samantha West is spending her Winterim in the newsroom at The Washington Post. She's there as a new journalism-based movie, "The Post," opens nationwide, shining a light on the newspaper and some of its iconic leaders.
Thanks to a team of Blugolds, local fifth-graders now understand how decades ago citizenship schools helped African-Americans in their fight against segregation, and how the spirit of these schools still is shaping social justice movements today.
While Blugolds leave college with a specific first job or graduate program in mind, RG Conlee told UW-Eau Claire’s newest grads that learning should be continuous, and reinventing themselves will be necessary sooner than than they may realize.
It's taken seven years and two stints as a Blugold, but D’Karlos Craig will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in sociology from UW-Eau Claire in December, making him the first person in his family to earn a degree.
Students in Dr. Simei Tong's math class are learning mathematical concepts by designing and creating colorful fabric quilts. The learning strategy helps students see the beauty of math as well as understand its real-world applications.
Just 18 months after suffering a life-threatening brain hemorrhage, Kee Shen Yim will walk across the Zorn Arena stage as he graduates with a bachelor’s degree in actuary science from UW-Eau Claire.
For the benefit of UW-Eau Claire's newest graduates, this winter’s Alumni Association award recipients share some of the wisdom gained from their valuable life experiences.
Six alumni and friends of the university will receive UW-Eau Claire Alumni Association awards Dec. 16 at an event in conjunction with winter commencement.
Commencement exercises for 665 students at UW-Eau Claire will be held at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Dec. 16 in Zorn Arena.
While his interest in health and the human body drew Grant Sklenar to the health care field, his passion for helping people is what convinced him to pursue a career in nursing. He will earn his nursing degree from UW-Eau Claire this month.
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