Posts tagged with 'College of Science & Health':

Jameson Bothe, ’07, and his colleagues at Merck pharmaceutical company were crucial to the development and distribution of Lagevrio, an oral drug that treats COVID-19. Fighting COVID with chemistry Posted 8 a.m. Friday, Jan. 27, 2023 UWL alum played key role in developing COVID-19 treatment Read more about Fighting COVID with chemistry UWL graduates, particularly those in the sciences, are critical to Kwik Trip's recruiting efforts in food safety and related fields. This talent pipeline would be strengthened, Kwik Trip leaders say, through the completion of UWL's Prairie Springs Science Center. UWL grads help fuel Kwik Trip’s workforce Posted 7 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 22, 2023 Science alums ‘incredibly important’ for company's recruiting needs Read more about UWL grads help fuel Kwik Trip’s workforce The new season will kick off Markus Mika, UWL teaching assistant professor of Biology, presenting on “Making a Living When Things Heat Up: Life History & Breeding in Flammulated Owls La Crosse Science Café is back Posted 4:03 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023 Learn about life history and breeding in flammulated owls Read more about La Crosse Science Café is back As a UWL undergraduate, Gage Stuttgen received a national award for the presentation of his undergraduate research at the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology conference. Today he continues to receive recognition for his research. Here he poses in 2018 with fellow students. From left,  Stuttgen, Gina Wade, and Ross Soens. Then & Now Posted 9 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023 Doctoral student shares the UWL experiences that created a competitive edge for grad school, award-winning research at the Medical College of Wisconsin Read more about Then & Now Kimberly Graham with UWL Chancellor Joe Gow during the 2013 graduation ceremony. At the right are her parents, Dawn and Gary.Today her story lives on with a scholarship awarded each year through The Kimberly D. Graham Extraordinary Scholarship Fund. Kimpossible Posted 1:07 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022 A young woman’s devotion to life, learning and the fight against cancer are unsinkable Read more about Kimpossible As part of a First Year Seminar course led by Jennifer Taylor, students have been performing random acts of kindness such as giving people handmade flowers or leaving sticky notes with positive messages written on them. The course explores how you can create happiness not just for yourself — but for others as well. A lesson in happiness Posted 8 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022 Seminar course explores ways to spread joy Read more about A lesson in happiness La Crosse area participants are sought for an upcoming walking study at UWL. UWL seeking participants for fitness walking test Posted 11:31 a.m. Friday, Dec. 2, 2022 Test includes three 45-minute sessions on campus Read more about UWL seeking participants for fitness walking test UWL student Christonna Shafranski describes the pain she was experiencing in her back, which turned out to be pyelonephritis in a video interview with a professor in her physical therapy program. Learning can save lives Posted 8 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022 Physical therapy class helps student realize she has a serious infection Read more about Learning can save lives UWL student Paige Coleman does a yoga pose on a wooden structure that students in a recreation management course added for quiet time and meditation among the pines on the Hickory Trail. This designated area for forest therapy is less than 1 mile into the woods on the Hixon Forest trail. Back to nature with shinrin-yoku Posted 1:28 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, 2022 UW-La Crosse students prepare La Crosse trail for community forest bathing Read more about Back to nature with shinrin-yoku Arthur B. McDonald, 2015 Nobel Laureate Nobel Laureate Posted 2:01 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2022 2015 physics award winner to speak at UW-La Crosse Read more about Nobel Laureate

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