Posts tagged with 'College of Science & Health':

In-clinic situations for UWL radiation therapy students may be just scenarios, but for them to be able to think on their feet in similar, real-life situations when they get on the job is critical. It’s one of the reasons the UWL program has been ranked among the top 15 programs in the country. No. 7 nationally Posted 5 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 28, 2021 Radiation Therapy Program combines classroom, clinical experiences Read more about No. 7 nationally UWL’s Adapted Physical Education Program holds programs for area children, like this one in 2018. Hands-on training programs like these for UWL graduate students are key for those learning the discipline. This spring two alums are earning the two national scholarships available to doctoral candidates in physical education. An Adapted distinction Posted 11:10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021 UW-La Crosse alums earn prestigious national scholarships Read more about An Adapted distinction Harmon, a professor in UW-La Crosse’s Recreation Management & Therapeutic Recreation Department, will present on the connection between recreation and overall health and well-being during the February installment of the UWL Alumni Association’s What’s New Wednesdays series. Winter wellness Posted 11:26 a.m. Monday, Feb. 1, 2021 What’s New Wednesdays to cover winter recreation activities Read more about Winter wellness UW-La Crosse Physics Professor Shelly Lesher’s new podcast series — “My Nuclear Life” — explores the intersection of nuclear science and society through interviews with historians, policy makers and others. Lesher says the podcast is geared toward those in the general public who are interested in history, science or learning something new. Nuclear navigation Posted 5 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021 UWL professor begins new podcast to spread knowledge about nuclear science Read more about Nuclear navigation Check out the latest issue now. Science & Health News Posted 8:08 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021 Winter issue is online Read more about Science & Health News Jacob McAllister, a junior in UW-La Crosse's computer science and software engineering dual degree program, created an app that provides unique and informative illustrations of COVID-19 data nationwide. A unique look at COVID-19 Posted 12:18 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2020 Student’s app helps capture pandemic’s impact Read more about A unique look at COVID-19 UWL Physics Professor Bob Allen says the upcoming conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn just before Christmas has some calling it “The Christmas Star.” He says all eyes will focus on the astronomical rarity: these two planets will be visibly closer in the sky than they’ve been since medieval times. A Christmas Star? Posted 8:20 a.m. Monday, Dec. 14, 2020 UWL astronomer says the celestial show will be unusual Read more about A Christmas Star? Heather Parks from the Northwestern medicine Delnor Cancer Center in Geneva, Illinois, has received the UW-La Crosse Medical Dosimetry Program’s 2020 Medical Dosimetry Clinical Educator Award. The honor recognizes clinical educators assisting the program’s students with the clinical internship experience. Medical Dosimetry Program Posted 8 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020 UW-La Crosse students recognize clinical instructors Read more about Medical Dosimetry Program UWL alum Amber Bydynkowski received a 2020 Governor's Service Award for helping lead WisCorp's response to COVID-19 and flash flooding in the Coulee Region. A job well done Posted 3:53 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020 Amber Bydynkowski, ’18, receives Governor’s Service Award Read more about A job well done Eric Leis, a parasitologist and fish biologist at the La Crosse Fish Health Center, collects mussel samples from Lake Onalaska. Leis and his team are investigating high mortality rates among freshwater mussels locally and around the world. ‘A real-life game of Clue’ Posted 12:50 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020 What’s killing all those freshwater mussels? Read more about ‘A real-life game of Clue’

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