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Posted: Saturday Jan 16, 2021
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A sweet success – Lantern – UW-La Crosse
Posted: (3 months ago) Dunek’s wife, Kelly (McConnell) Dunek,’04, also earned a bachelor’s in biology and her doctorate of Physical Therapy at UWL. Dunek says her well-paying job was one of the foundational pieces to making Black Garlic North America successful. The company now sells to distributors, stores and restaurants across the continent.
Faculty fellow – Lantern – UW-La Crosse
Posted: (3 months ago) College of Business Administration names Hamman first campus fellow. An innovative associate professor who has taught in the UW-La Crosse College of Business Administration for nearly a decade has been named the inaugural recipient of the college’s first faculty fellowship.. Mary Hamman, who teaches in the Economics Department, has been awarded the college’s first Swenson Baier Engaged ...
Well-rounded student – Lantern – UW-La Crosse
Posted: (7 months ago) The Public Health and Community Health Education major is a heptathlete on the track & field team, does research through the McNair Scholars program and is the events coordinator for Black Student Unity, ... Thomas says scholarships allow her to stay involved on campus without the need of fitting in a job.
Distinguished alumni to be honored – Lantern – UW-La Crosse
Posted: (8 months ago) • Recipient of national award for developing an innovation and quality in healthcare training session. • Licensed clinical social worker and senior research specialist in the Division of Nursing Research and Education with the City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte, Calif.
Take the quiz – Lantern – UW-La Crosse
Posted: (7 months ago) It took place at Lambeau Field. The Packers organization offered to pay for the Marching Chief's entire trip, from opening up campus buildings early so they could practice, to supplying the entire band with hotel rooms for the trip.
State budget cuts to impact UW-L student experience ...
Posted: (8 months ago) More than 50 percent of UW-La Crosse students have majors within the College of Science and Health. A planned reduction in the college’s supply and equipment budget — one strategy to deal with state budget cuts — will take hundreds of thousands of dollars out of labs that prepare students to work and do research in STEM fields.
Students live out the UW-L legacy – Lantern – UW-La Crosse
Posted: (7 months ago) Brosinski will be entering her sophomore year and is considering studying Community Health Education — like her mother, Ina (Arneson) Brosinski and her grandmother, Carrol Hunder, did. She notes they both went on to have successful careers in the field.
Putting memories into motion – Lantern – UW-La Crosse
Posted: (6 months ago) Friends, family and the kindness of the numerous healthcare and social work professionals, made many more moments with his father possible at the end of his life. Joe thinks the care his family was extended at the end of his father’s life helped him live longer in order to see that 30th wedding anniversary and his daughter’s wedding.
Enthusiastic evaluators – Lantern – UW-La Crosse
Posted: (7 months ago) Most started out because of inspiring women judges and leaders in the sport who left an impression such as Mary McLellan, a pioneer in the growth of women’s athletics at UWL. McLellan, staff member in the college of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, coached women’s gymnastics for seven seasons before it became an official varsity ...
2017 top teachers – Lantern – UW-La Crosse
Posted: (6 months ago) Brad Nichols, associate professor, Department of Art Years at UWL: 11½ years Teaches: I teach all levels of metalsmithing and blacksmithing, as well as foundation courses in studio arts. History: I received a Masters of Fine Arts from Cranbrook Academy of Art and a Bachelors of Science from UWL. Prior to teaching, I was a studio artist creating one-of-a-kind objects for commission.