UW-L students get plenty of practice solving complex problems through mathematical modeling competitions. In state and national competitions, they've earned top ranks.
UW-L student researchers are helping answer local questions about everything from senior citizen’s nutrition to flood control to healthcare reform’s affect on small businesses.
Members of the UW-L Student Association will name Billings their Higher Education Advocate of the Year.
Students looking to find part-time work or internships over the summer can use UW-L Career Services Eagle Opportunities.
Dumpster Diversion will help students keep their unwanted furniture, appliances, electronics and other supplies out of landfills.
The seventh annual Freedom Fest on June 14, will welcome the return of a national performing act.
The College of Liberal Studies will honor top students, faculty and staff during its annual “An Evening of Excellence” Tuesday, April 29.
This week's news and events.
More than 500 students will be awarded nearly $500,000 for the upcoming school year during the Student Scholarship and Award Reception Monday, April 28.
The Small Business Development Center is offering half-day “QuickBooks” workshops Tuesday, May 8, Tuesday, May 13, and Thursday, May 29. And the SBDC is once again offering “Marketing Basics for Business” on May 8.
Four graduates have been named the university’s top alumni for 2014. Six graduating seniors will be recognized for their academic achievement.