Chippewa Valley Technical College and UW-Stout have reached an agreement in which CVTC liberal arts students seeking to transfer to the university will be guaranteed
MENOMONIE — Professor Phil McGuirk was in his element in February when the Club Managers Association of America kicked off its annual conference in Orlando.
When UW-Eau Claire faculty and geography students joined an international research team that located a tunnel prisoners used to escape from the Nazis in Lithuania during the
Stanley-Boyd High School senior Kaylee Bourget pulled a long plastic sleeve over her arm and prepared to reach deep inside a bovine reproduction system to examine the ovaries.
MENOMONIE — If Damien Adamski hadn’t come to fully appreciate the “applied” aspect of his applied social science major at UW-Stout, he did by late
When Kim Pierson began teaching a new class about renewable energies, he used some inexpensive materials he found at a local store to build a small model of a solar thermal
MENOMONIE — For the third year in a row, an increased number of UW-Stout graduates were working within six months of leaving campus, Chancellor Bob Meyer announced
Why do the liberal arts matter? Ask Hailey Nelson, a UW-Eau Claire communication sciences and disorders major who spent three weeks in January studying geography and
Cole Hill knows what he wants to do in a future career.
Event’s focus on water quality
Can the actions of one UW-Eau Claire student make an impact globally? Brian Kraegenbrink thinks so.
MENOMONIE — Driven by students’ perseverance to build on campus sustainability, UW-Stout will tap the sun to partially power a campus building.
In what could be a sign of the future in secondary education in Wisconsin, Chippewa Valley Technical College is preparing to become the first college in the state to allow
Growing up in a Twin Cities suburb, Connor Zielinski was aware that there was a large Somali community in Minneapolis, yet he knew little about the people who live there.
MENOMONIE — A UW-Stout professor is back on comic book newsstands with his latest story illustration in the “Ghostbusters” series.
As an educator himself, Ron Keys has a passion for teaching and helping his colleagues in the profession. His connections recently allowed him to make something positive
While the late Mary Tyler Moore’s fictional Mary Richards was celebrated in recent weeks for showing the world that women belong in the newsroom, another — this
MENOMONIE — Each morning for a year, photography enthusiast Dan Riordan captured a moment in time.
While Jenna Jandrt won’t begin her master’s program until the fall, already she is immersed in the research that she expects will shape her graduate studies and
Experience, experience, experience. It's the word that haunts college students every day.
MENOMONIE — As a budding interior designer, Alyse Shelby someday will design spaces and be responsible for choosing the complementary art and other objects to fill
One of the many things Jeremy Swick appreciates about UW-Eau Claire is its efforts to ensure that students have access to quality internships, the kinds that give students
MENOMONIE — Four graduate students helped UW-Stout wrap up its 125th anniversary in 2016 with a special project that shines light on four tangible pieces of university
RIVER FALLS — A UW-River Falls scholarship established to honor a Minnesota legislator has been awarded to a graduate student preparing to become a physics teacher.
MENOMONIE — Fifteen years ago UW-Stout made national news when it won the Malcolm S. Baldrige National Quality Award for organizational quality and performance.
Many college students pick up part time work wherever they can, and most of the time it’s not very exciting or glamorous. Chippewa Falls High School senior Lindsey
A former UW-Eau Claire student is one of four teachers in the United States still in the running for the 2017 National Teacher of the Year Award.
MENOMONIE — Lisa Walter had never been to Menomonie when she drove north on Interstate 94 in 1993 to interview for a sergeant’s position at UW-Stout.
Ask a college student about bad school dreams and chances are they’ll know exactly what you’re talking about.
MENOMONIE — A UW-Stout biology professor and his students may have made an important discovery in the effort to determine why honey bee hives are dying out during the
In 2009, Miranda Hutchinson started over, having only the belongings she could fit into her car and what was most precious to her — her 8-year-old son.
When Judith Jones graduated from UW-Eau Claire on Dec. 17, her children and grandchildren cheered and took photos of her as she crossed the stage to receive her diploma.
MENOMONIE — In a small, windowless room in the Robert S. Swanson Library and Learning Center at UW-Stout, Bob Butterfield was surrounded by a pile of books.
RIVER FALLS — During the just-completed fall semester, College of Business and Economics students at UW-River Falls visited four companies as part of the inaugural
Teaching 22 different subjects to approximately 12,000 students during a 28-year career is enough to make John Frank well known to people in the Chippewa Valley.
When Brandon Cedarblade came to UW-Eau Claire as a freshman, he went looking for the very thing that most of his peers were working hard to avoid — failure.
The Soldner family knows plenty about UW-Eau Claire graduations.
A UW-Eau Claire nursing student who graduated on Saturday has been honored for academic and leadership abilities.
MENOMONIE — When most people head to the river, lake or stream, they generally don’t dwell on the design of the paddles for their canoe, kayak or stand-up
Roger Schultz traces problems he’s had with his teeth back to an old Army injury. But the Korean Conflict era veteran, who served from 1953-56, doesn’t have a
MENOMONIE — Four years in the making, UW-Stout has published a comprehensive, yet readable, history of its first 125 years.
What do music legend Bob Dylan and UW-Eau Claire’s internationally celebrated playwright Tess Onwueme have in common?
RIVER FALLS — UW-River Falls was highly recognized during the recent general session at the 89th National Future Farmers of America Convention in Indianapolis.
A history buff with a passion for storytelling, Aaron Hallingstad has loved writing since he was a young boy attending a Rice Lake elementary school.
MENOMONIE — A group of students from Barron High School who are learning English as a second language learned something else recently: What it would be like to go to
Chippewa Valley Technical College officials have created a basic computer skills course in response to needs in the education and employment sectors.
Strong support from the restaurant industry prompted the Chippewa Valley Technical College District Board to approve a culinary program at the college on Wednesday.
A new book detailing the history of UW-Eau Claire is part of the university’s recognition during its centennial celebration.
MENOMONIE — Hussain Alnahdi’s friends say he left a lasting impression on everyone who knew him. The impact he made is being honored with the creation of a
Austin Johnson is taking a different approach than most Chippewa Valley Technical College students.