Blugold Commitment in Action
The Blugold Commitment is a partnership of students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends working to preserve and enhance the distinctive, high-quality UW-Eau Claire experience. In 2010 the Student Senate and the UW System Board of Regents supported increasing the amount of differential tuition UW-Eau Claire students pay, with the new dollars funding projects that enhance student learning. These projects range from faculty-mentored research, to visiting speakers who bring a global perspective to campus, to student immersion experiences around the world.
Student-created documentary to be featured at prestigious international film festival
The film, titled "Housing First," is the third documentary produced by UW-Eau Claire students to be accepted into the festival — and the first to screen at one of the larger venues, San Francisco's Victoria Theatre. > Full story.
Rigorous first-year writing initiative preparing students for academic, career success
The newly created program is receiving national recognition for its innovation and effectiveness in helping students develop the strong communication skills employers say they value in new college graduates. > Full story.
HCAD students head to Chicago to participate in new Winterim immersion experience
During the trip, students will visit a wide variety of different care providers, many of which offer unique and innovative methods for care delivery. > Full story.
Students study climate change public opinions in China
Three University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire student researchers and a university economist are in China this fall gathering information that will help them better understand climate change public opinions in China and the United States. > Full story.
Summer research is advantageous for UW-Eau Claire students, alumni
Even though school is out for many University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire undergraduates, a large number of them are busy this summer in labs, studios, libraries and fields as they conduct research with faculty mentors. > Full story.
Student-produced documentary to premiere at San Francisco film festival
A documentary short film produced by University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students was shown June 23 at an international LGBT film festival in San Francisco. > Full story.
Trip teaches students about Cajun country's uniqueness, Eau Claire connections
Ten UW-Eau Claire students spent their spring break deep in the heart of Louisiana on a Cajun watershed and intercultural immersion trip to explore the Cajun culture, history and language. > Full story
UW-Eau Claire prepares students to meet geospatial technology demand in Wisconsin workforce
Students and graduates with knowledge of geospatial technologies are being pursued by businesses and government agencies across Wisconsin and beyond. > Full story.
Students present at national research conference
Sixty-three students and 16 faculty and staff from UW-Eau Claire attended the National Conference on Undergraduate Research. > Full story
Student nurses provide health screenings to area immigrant farm workers
UW-Eau Claire's innovative Health Care for Immigrant and Local Farmers Clinical Immersion program sends nursing students to farms to provide health screenings, and health and safety information. > Full story