Symptoms like the back pain, allergies and migraines are the body’s way of telling the mind that something is wrong.
Today people have the tools to be connected anywhere. But are we really disconnected? Hear what UW-L Director of Academic Technologies says about a technological turning point in this TEDx Video.
Classes are in session at UW-La Crosse Tuesday, Jan. 28. Despite weather conditions and numerous K-12 school closings, classes will be held as usual. Students and employees should use good judgment about whether it is safe to travel to campus
Employees, students are expected to report to work/class as usual. Despite weather conditions and numerous K-12 school closings, classes will be held as usual at UW-La Crosse Monday, Jan. 27.
This week's news and events.
The need for faster 24-hour network access by students, faculty and staff has prompted UW-L to make strategic investments to ensure the academic mission is being met.
Singer Vaneese Thomas will perform at UW-La Crosse Tuesday, Feb. 11.
Exchanges grow stronger as Germany emerges as economic leader.
UW-L senior Michelle Zullo is one of five students nationwide to receive a $2,000 scholarship from the American Proficiency Institute.
The UW-L College of Science and Health recently released its latest newsletter.
Chancellor Joe Gow discussed challenges and opportunities for the university in his semi-annual All-University address before faculty and staff in Valhalla, Cartwright Center-Gunning Addition, Wednesday, Jan. 22.