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UW-Stevens Point professor Justin Sipiorski has found a place for his artistic talent inside the science classroom.
A UW-Stevens Point energy educator has been recognized as an Educator of the Year by Seventhwave.
Students in the Engineering Technology program at UW-Green Bay will now be able to utilize 3D printers as part of their education.
A game developed by a team of students at UW-Stout won a top honor in a national competition last week.
UW-Green Bay students explore solutions for an aging population as part of inaugural Innovation in Aging competition
Nine student teams went head-to-head at UW-Green Bay March 3 to confront these difficulties and create innovative solutions to a myriad of problems associated with aging. After a two-week brainstorming session, teams were given just eight minutes to explain their background research into an issue and convince a panel of judges that their innovation could improve the quality of life for an aging population.
A revitalized downtown region in Eau Claire, Wisconsin is helping to reverse the decline of a region in this mid-sized city that was almost left for dead.
The University of Wisconsin-Platteville has been awarded a grant of $300,000 to support dairy cattle grazing research.
Following in the footsteps of UW-Madison and UW-River Falls, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville becomes just the third UW System school to offer a Dairy Science Major.
Workers constructing the new science building on the UWSP campus placed a ceremonial beam on Monday, February 27th, signifying that the project has reached its max height.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will host its first-ever Innovation in Aging student idea competition from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, March 3, 2017 in the Christie Theatre, University Union. Teams of three to five students will compete to create an innovative solution that combats challenges and improves quality of life for an aging public.