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The La Crosse Depot is one of the sites of the Hear, Here North Side project. The project is set to launch in April 2024. Beyond walls Posted 10:21 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2024 UWL classes unite, connecting education with an expansion of community history Read more about Beyond walls Leslie Rogers, associate professor of educational studies, presented strategies to enhance writing education at last fall's American Middle Level Education Conference in Orlando.. A better way to teach writing Posted 8 a.m. Monday, June 12, 2023 Leslie Rogers shares best practices with fellow educators Read more about A better way to teach writing Deanna Maynard, an associate professor in the Educational Studies Department, is one of seven UWL faculty to earn a 2023 Eagle Teaching Excellence Award. Inspiring future teachers Posted noon Thursday, May 25, 2023 Deanna Maynard wins 2023 Eagle Teaching Excellence Award  Read more about Inspiring future teachers Emma Kleindl, a middle childhood-early adolescence major, used the lessons she learned at UWL to better engage with students while student teaching at Lincoln Middle School in La Crosse. Engineering new ways to teach Posted 8 a.m. Thursday, May 11, 2023 Preservice teachers collaborate on innovative STEM units Read more about Engineering new ways to teach UWL seniors Maddie Krueger and Ila Tregoning both received the Eagle Achievement Award for volunteering 400 or more hours. They are pictured with La Crosse Mayor Mitch Reynolds and Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Vitaliano Figueroa. From left Figueroa, Krueger, Tregoning and Reynolds. Celebrating student volunteers Posted 3:12 p.m. Thursday, April 27, 2023 Nearly 70 UWL students honored with Chancellor’s Service Award for volunteering from 25-100 + hours per student  Read more about Celebrating student volunteers Ava Krause, a sophomore education major, and Jenasea Hameister, a junior public administration major, each received a $3,000 Tommy G. Thompson Leadership Scholarship. Thompson Center kudos Posted 3:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17, 2023 Two from UWL earn $3,000 state scholarships Read more about Thompson Center kudos Heather Linville works with students at a computer. Heather Linville shares how she writes Posted 1:43 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3, 2022 Write Here, Write Now blog: Writing in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Read more about Heather Linville shares how she writes UW-La Crosse Professor of Educational Studies Heather Linville helps local middle school student Julia Bacalso on her digital storytelling project. Through the Building skills and stories Posted 8 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2022 UW-La Crosse digital storytelling project amplifies diverse voices Read more about Building skills and stories From left to right: Valerie Krage (Educational Studies), Kristina LaPlant (Political Science & Public Administration) and Taylor Cole Miller (Communication Studies) were named Wisconsin Teaching Fellows & Scholars. The distinction is reserved for educators across the UW System who demonstrate excellent teaching skills and a curiosity about student learning. Three UWL faculty named Wisconsin Teaching Fellows and Scholars Posted 1:07 p.m. Monday, May 9, 2022 Krage, LaPlant, Miller, receive UW System distinction Read more about Three UWL faculty named Wisconsin Teaching Fellows and Scholars Makenna Sacre, a sophomore majoring in early childhood-middle childhood education, works with her reading buddy at Northside Elementary School in La Crosse. A new partnership between the School of Education and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater La Crosse is providing local children with personalized reading instruction, and future educators with valuable experience assisting young learners. Ready to read Posted 4:09 p.m. Tuesday, May 3, 2022 Community partnership a win-win for young readers, aspiring teachers Read more about Ready to read

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