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Karin Wright, a student in UWL's Physician Assistant Program, took first place in this year's Say it in 6 contest through Graduate & Extended Learning. The judges said Wright's submission — “We study today to serve tomorrow” — best captured a day in the life of a graduate student. Say it in 6 Posted 1:04 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2021 Karin Wright captures grad student experience in six award-winning words Read more about Say it in 6 Austin Bol, right, with fellow UWL Physician Assistant Student Society members Elise Kreger, left, president, and Allison Riemersma, vice president, with the Little Free Library they presented to the St. Clare Health Mission. Bol has a special connection to the worldwide network of neighborhood libraries — his dad, Todd Bol, founded the organization. ‘A book in every hand’ Posted 10:55 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021 Little Free Library has special meaning for UW-La Crosse grad student Read more about ‘A book in every hand’ Benjamin Wittig is a graduate student at UW-La Crosse studying Recreation Management. Over the last year, Wittig has worked as UWL Associate Professor Daniel Plunkett’s graduate assistant researching the effects of COVID-19 on travel and tourism. Outdoor Recreation – It’s Truly Coulee Posted 9:37 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021 UWL grad student shares what happened to Coulee Region travel and tourism during COVID-19 Read more about Outdoor Recreation – It’s Truly Coulee Area residents between the ages of 50 and 90 are sought for UW-La Crosse research on wearing face masks with exercise. Participants who conclude the study will receive one-month free membership to the university’s La Crosse Exercise and Health Program. Pictured is a LEHP participant working with a UWL student on campus prior to COVID. Help wanted Posted 11:24 a.m. Monday, Sept. 20, 2021 Older adults sought for UWL research study on masking and exercise Read more about Help wanted UW-La Crosse Graduate & Extended Learning is launching two new certificate programs designed to meet industry needs in data science and healthcare administration. New certificate programs to meet industry needs Posted 12:54 p.m. Thursday, July 15, 2021 Programs bring opportunities in data science, healthcare Read more about New certificate programs to meet industry needs Carl Klubertanz, director of facilities for the La Crosse Area Family YMCA, will be among the first students to graduate from UWL's Recreation Management - Professional Development master's program. Klubertanz says the program prepared him to take the next step in his career. Taking the next step Posted 8:57 a.m. Friday, June 4, 2021 Recreation Management master’s program helps alum unlock his future Read more about Taking the next step Second cousins Lauren Gruber, ’17 (left), and McKenna Gruber, ’16 (right), have created a scholarship to honor their late grandfathers. The Nodz and Peewee Gruber Memorial Scholarship will be awarded annually to a UWL sophomore, junior or senior planning to pursue a career in healthcare. Grateful for their grandfathers Posted 8:55 a.m. Friday, June 4, 2021 Alums honor grandfathers with new healthcare scholarship Read more about Grateful for their grandfathers Brian Kumm-Schaley, an assistant professor of recreation management and therapeutic recreation, is one of six UWL faculty to earn this year's Eagle Teaching Excellence Award. Finding joy in teaching, learning Posted 8:45 a.m. Monday, June 14, 2021 Brian Kumm-Schaley wins 2021 Eagle Teaching Excellence Award Read more about Finding joy in teaching, learning UWL student Maggie Lombardi reacts during one of the sessions with a resident at Norseland Nursing Home in Westby. The “Happiness Project” helped students learn more about telecommunicating with older residents, while making those residents feel more comfortable meeting virtually with the students and family members during COVID visit restrictions. A happy project Posted 6 a.m. Sunday, May 23, 2021 UWL students, Westby nursing home residents benefit from telehealth Read more about A happy project Mai Chao Duddeck’s “Embracing and Relearning,” a mixed media piece, is one of 11 pieces that will be on display in “Redefining Hmong American Women” at the Pump House May 19-July 17. 'Redefining Hmong American Women' Posted 10:37 p.m. Monday, May 17, 2021 Pump House show to feature UWL’s Mai Chao Duddeck Read more about 'Redefining Hmong American Women'

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