UW-L assistant professor's project on bite force gives students researchers experience in engineering and computer science.
The screening of five modern, Latin American films at UW-L will shine a spotlight on the political, social and cultural issues faced in another part of the world.
Students looking to save on next year’s college tuition bill, should apply for scholarships through the UW-L Foundation as soon as possible.
UW-L is one of only two public colleges in Wisconsin to make “Kiplinger’s Personal Finance” magazine’s list of top 100 best values in public colleges for 2015.
The holidays are a time to enjoy the company of close family and relatives, but for many UW-L international students those loved ones are thousands of miles away.
A UW-L faculty member is co-author on a study that shows students in online courses give higher evaluations to their instructors when they think they are men — even when the instructor is actually a woman.
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Michael Bahr walked the stage at UW-L’s Winter Commencement Ceremony with 16 other student veterans at 11 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 14, at the La Crosse Center. Learn how he and other veterans were recognized.
A Chesapeake blue crab — native to the western Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico — somehow found its way into the cool, northern waters of the Mississippi River this fall.
A total of 637 UW-L students are candidates for graduation during the 50th annual Winter Commencement.