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UW-La Crosse grad student Courtney Baker investigates microplastics in the Mississippi River in this 2019 photo. Through the Freshwater Collaborative, UWL students and faculty will continue to be global leaders in freshwater science and critical aquatic issues. River research Posted noon Tuesday, March 2, 2021 UWL, UW campuses aim to be global leaders in freshwater science Read more about River research The UWL Theatre Arts Department staged a radio version of “It’s a Wonderful Life” in December. It was the department’s second streamed performance for the fall semester without a live audience. Three streamed performances are planned for spring: a Zoom production, a created children's show and a musical. Best in state Posted 4:17 p.m. Monday, March 1, 2021 Blog: UWL Theatre Arts Department atop Wisconsin programs Read more about Best in state 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 Member Jacob Dunnum proudly shows the first catch of the day for the Ice-Fish-A-Thon 2021 on Lake Onalaska. Eight UW-La Crosse Sigma Tau Gamma members raised $3,610 for Special Olympics. Fishing for fun-ds Posted 8 a.m. Friday, Feb. 26, 2021 UWL fraternity finds creative way to fundraise Read more about Fishing for fun-ds UW-La Crosse earned a silver designation in the 2021-22 Military Friendly Schools survey, an improvement over the bronze it received last year. Colleges are evaluated in a variety of areas, including student retention, job placement and loan default rates for student veterans. Military friendly Posted 10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021 UWL earns silver rating for supporting military students Read more about Military friendly 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 Peter Marina, an associate professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at UW-La Crosse, has developed a six-week online course that will help local law enforcement embrace human rights policing. A better way to protect and serve Posted 11:25 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021 Course will help law enforcement uphold human rights Read more about A better way to protect and serve Cadets run down Grandad Bluff Road, the start of the Northern Warfare Challenge. Challenge champions Posted 11:01 a.m. Monday, March 1, 2021 Eagle Battalion wins Northern Warfare Challenge; event continues to grow Read more about Challenge champions In a letter shared Thursday, UW System President Tommy Thompson discussed plans to make the Fall 2021 semester UW System planning to maximize in-person instruction for Fall 2021 semester Posted 8:15 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021 Goal is for 75 percent of classes to be held in person Read more about UW System planning to maximize in-person instruction for Fall 2021 semester UWL education student Samantha Griesbach raised $1,200 and donated 150 culturally responsive books to six schools near her hometown of Stratford, Wisconsin. Griesbach says she was inspired to act after watching social injustices dominate the news last summer. Doing her part Posted 8 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021 UWL student donates culturally responsive books to Wisconsin schools Read more about Doing her part

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