The environmental engineering major caused a major increase in the Environmental Engineering Club’s membership and meeting attendance numbers, according to club leadership.
The Senior Class Office selected the Center for Healthy Minds, an organization focused on research regarding mental health and well-being, to receive their annual gift.
Finding balance between research, teaching and service, and managing a life outside work pose significant challenges for professors.
Some staff reported experiencing or witnessing hostile or intimidating behavior on campus as well as sexual harassment in the last three years.
The university’s use of different melting agents combined with salt reuse mitigates environmental harm.
Students, project assistants, teaching assistants and professors provided feedback for the new La Follette School of Public Affairs building.
New Nalox-ZONE boxes aim to reduce the possibility of drug overdoses, especially with the rise in fentanyl overdoses.
A decreased number of healthcare workers prompted UnityPoint Health-Meriter and UW Health to take action.
Q&A: Dr. Mitchell Nathan talks about his educational psychology research, embodied learning, study habitsBy Beth Shoop | Sep. 25, 2022
Nathan’s years of research on learning sciences has taught him effective teaching and study techniques.
While March’s name will not return to the top of the Play Circle Theater, with deeper research, his name and legacy at the university could be found elsewhere.