David Shih, English, UW-Eau Claire's new equity, diversity and inclusivity fellow; Selika Ducksworth-Lawton, history; Jesse Dixon, Office of Multicultural Affairs; and Eau Claire City Council member Berlye Middleton will be guests on Wisconsin Public Radio's "The West Side" Feb. 3. The group will discuss UW-Eau Claire's challenge of becoming a more diverse university. The show will air on WHWC, 88.3 FM, at 5 p.m. More information.
The Chippewa Valley Internship Central Web site was the subject of the Jan. 26 WQOW-TV story "Chippewa Valley Website Connects Employers with Interns." UW-Eau Claire is a partner in the Web site project. More information.
UW-Eau Claire alumnus Chad Holmes was quoted in the Jan. 25 Wausau Daily Herald article "Excitable radio announcer likes challenge of painting picture for fans."
Research by Chuck Tomkovick and Rama Yelkur was mentioned in the Jan. 27 Los Angeles Times article "Advertisers shell out for Super Bowl spots." The article also was reprinted in the Sun-Sentinel, on newsday.com and on majorwager.com.
A new album by Bon Iver, which includes UW-Eau Claire alumni Justin Vernon and Sean Carey, was featured in the Jan. 24 Leader-Telegram article "Bon Iver album 'Blood Bank' performs well on iTunes."