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Red maple leaf with a hint of yellow and orange. Concentrations of diverse molecules in a leaf can make it appear multiple colors. Why do fall leaves change color? Posted 8:52 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021 UWL scientists explain the basic science behind the beauty  Read more about Why do fall leaves change color? Feet on sidewalk with words: Passion led us here. How to attract employees to your business Posted 9:15 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021 Communication expert shares how America’s best companies recruit and retain top quality talent Read more about How to attract employees to your business  Student holds a sticker reading Q & A: The Delta variant and coronaviruses Posted 10:17 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2021 Immunology expert discusses vaccine efficacy, future boosters and concerns about the Delta variant Read more about Q & A: The Delta variant and coronaviruses A record 4 million people quit their jobs in April, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.  The Great Resignation: Six things leadership can do to prepare Posted 12:34 a.m. Saturday, July 17, 2021 Management professor shares strategies as millions of workers leave their jobs Read more about The Great Resignation: Six things leadership can do to prepare Currently, 3,335 species of cicadas have been described and named. Seven of these are periodical cicadas like the bugs pictured on these leaves. Photo by Gene Kritsky. Cicadas Posted 10:02 a.m. Wednesday, June 30, 2021 The bug that emerges from underfoot every 17 years will make its way to Wisconsin. Entomologist answers common questions. Read more about Cicadas With many men headed to war in 1918, there wasn't enough interest from the La Crosse Normal School to form a band, so La Crosse Normal President Fassett Cotton recruited young men from Central High School. They are posing for a practice session in front of the unfinished physical education building, which was eventually named Wittich Hall. While construction started on the building in 1916, it was stopped during WWI, later opening in 1920. The university closed in mid-October 1918 due to the 1918 flu epidemic. Photo taken from the 1919 yearbook, courtesy of UWL Murphy Library Special Collections. How do pandemics change us? Posted 2:38 p.m. Monday, June 21, 2021 Professors share history lessons that could predict shifts in our post-pandemic lives. Read more about How do pandemics change us? Peter Wilker, associate professor of microbiology, lectures during an immunology class at UW-La Crosse. Q & A addresses vaccine concerns, misconceptions Posted 8:37 a.m. Tuesday, April 13, 2021 UW-La Crosse infectious disease expert answers common questions about vaccine safety, efficacy and more Read more about Q & A addresses vaccine concerns, misconceptions Teachers participate in a 2017 workshop at UW-La Crosse where they built robots and learned about new ways to incorporate STEM — or science, technology, engineering and mathematics concepts — in their classrooms. Physics doesn’t have to be hard! Posted 10:51 a.m. Tuesday, April 13, 2021 Five strategies every physics teacher should know Read more about Physics doesn’t have to be hard! Laptop computer on a desk. Monitor has the words: remote work. Will work from home become the norm? Posted 3:09 p.m. Wednesday, June 30, 2021 UWL expert explains telecommuting benefits, challenges and the future of work Read more about Will work from home become the norm? 2019 photo of students walking on a campus sidewalk, recently cleared of snow. A chemist's solution to a slip-free winter Posted 10:57 a.m. Monday, Dec. 28, 2020 An understanding of chemistry can be a guide in selecting and applying ice melt Read more about A chemist's solution to a slip-free winter