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UW System President Ray Cross stated that he will propose a UW College-UW four year institutions merge before the Board of Regents in November; Cross is introducing this proposal in hopes of expanding education opportunities in a time where there are dramatic declines in demographics at UW schools. In integrating the various 13 two-year institutions into the four-year institutions state wide, Cross's goal is to amplify access and fortify educational opportunities across the state.
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University of Wisconsin-La Crosse undergraduates Mikka Nyarko and Cecilia Moreno are working on a pilot project which will help to improve women's health in Nicaragua.
A University of Wisconsin-La Crosse professor has been awarded a significant grant to conduct important, potentially life-saving research.
The 2017 awardees of grants from the Ideadvance Seed Fund have been announced.
The SBIR Road Tour will give small businesses in Wisconsin the coveted opportunity to learn more about America's largest seed fund for research and development when it makes a stop in the state on July 18.
UW-La Crosse researcher Andrew Jagim, together with Dr. Jake Erickson of Mayo Clinic, is aiming to address the vast difference between the amounts of research on women's dietary supplements compared to research on men's supplements.
Former UW-La Crosse student Eric Leis recently discovered a new parasite species in the gills of Mississippi River catfish and named the new critter after his former mentor, Becky Lasee, who was also the wife of his late former professor.
As part of its 2017 Innovation Generation program, the Small Business Development Center at UW-La Crosse has announced the “UWL Innovation Lab” to guide student entrepreneurs with tools and resources that help business dreams become realities.
The Association of Energy Engineers recently honored UW-La Crosse with one of 60 awards worldwide for its energy efficiency and renewable energy efforts on campus.