Posted 3:07 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2023
Winter issue now online
UWL College of Science and Health students and alumni are making Wisconsin a healthy place to live — and more.
Students are preparing areas in La Crosse’s Hixon Forest for forest bathing. Others stretch out to rural, western Wisconsin to provide underserved communities with health-related programming. Still others are helping those with Parkinson’s Disease stay active.
They are all ways in which CSH students, faculty and alumni are making the state a better place.
In southeastern Wisconsin, UW-Whitewater Professor and Certified Wildlife Biologist Josh Kapfer, ’99 & ’02, is helping reptile enthusiasts identify and learn more about species in the Badger State.
And as a partner in the Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin, high school students from throughout Wisconsin are getting excited about science by heading out on the Mississippi River.
Get the latest on what’s happening in the College of Science and Health in the Winter 2022-23 CSH News.