Posts tagged with 'College of Science & Health':

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 Former UWL Eagle Vinny Rottino, ’02, has joined the broadcast team of “Brewers Live,” providing pre- and post-game analysis on Bally Sports Wisconsin. “There have been a number of challenges,” Rottino says, “but I’d say the biggest one has been learning to talk about baseball without getting too far into the weeds.” A whole new ball game Posted 12:33 p.m. Friday, April 30, 2021 Playing days behind him, Rottino takes swing at broadcasting Read more about A whole new ball game Pablo San Emeterio, ’18, is in his second year of a three-year environmental law program at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. He credits his earth science minor at UWL for giving him a deeper understanding of the cases he's studying.  Back to earth (science) Posted 12:30 p.m. Friday, April 30, 2021 Alum’s minor proves useful in law school Read more about Back to earth (science) UW-La Crosse students and faculty have developed a series of recommendations to help solve the city's shortage of affordable housing. The recommendations — which range from increasing tenant protections and education to expanding existing housing programs — were discussed at the Housing Advocacy Committee's April 22 meeting. Housing helpers Posted 12:04 p.m. Monday, April 26, 2021 UWL research helps committee promote affordable housing Read more about Housing helpers Recreation students take part in an outdoor activity in the 2017 event. Students in the upper-level recreation management and therapeutic recreation class have created five programs focusing on physical, social, spiritual, environmental and occupational well-being. They will hold the event for an introductory general rec class on Saturday, April 24. Day of well-being Posted 8:16 a.m. Monday, April 19, 2021 UWL recreation class offers fellow students ideas for wellness Read more about Day of well-being UWL Chancellor Joe Gow, second from right, and Paul Mueller, regional vice president for Mayo Clinic Health System, third from right, talk with UWL students in a Prairie Springs Science Center Lab following the research agreement announcement in November 2019. The two organizations have released the first projects in the Collaborative Seed Grant Program. Seed grants Posted 10:09 a.m. Wednesday, July 21, 2021 UWL, Mayo program funds new research projects Read more about Seed grants UWL Biology Lecturer Renee Redman, shown in this 2018 photo, has received a 2021 Board of Regents Teaching Excellence Award — a distinction given to just two instructors across the UW System. Transformative teacher Posted 2:09 p.m. Monday, April 5, 2021 UWL’s Renee Redman receives Board of Regents Teaching Excellence Award Read more about Transformative teacher Shayla Michel, a master's biology student at UW-La Crosse, took first place in this year’s 3 Minute Grad Project event. Her research explores how an insecticide commonly used in agriculture is affecting zebrafish and fathead minnows. Science in a snap Posted 10:13 a.m. Wednesday, March 31, 2021 Shayla Michel’s pithy presentation earns top honor Read more about Science in a snap Emma Jonas, a senior biology major, is taking courses offered in Costa Rica and Italy through the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship, a national program supporting study abroad opportunities. International introduction Posted 12:18 p.m. Monday, March 29, 2021 Virtual courses give UWL senior a taste of Costa Rica, Italy Read more about International introduction 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 9:13 a.m. Tuesday, March 23, 2021 UW-La Crosse alums earn prestigious national scholarships Read more about An Adapted distinction

Share your news suggestions

Submit your news suggestions using UWL Share by no later than noon on Wednesdays preceding the next Monday's edition.

For more information, contact University Marketing & Communications at 608.785.8487.