Dr. Eric Jamelske, economics, and UW-Eau Claire student Matt Sackmann were interviewed for the April 26 Leader-Telegram article "Survey gauges opinions about global warming."
UW-Eau Claire students Dave Trcka and Calandra Szulgit were interviewed for the April 29 Leader-Telegram article "Thomas delivers inside stories of White House." Journalism student Breann Schossow, who was awarded the Ann Devroy Fellowship this year, also was noted in the article.
Chancellor Brian Levin-Stankevich and UW-Eau Claire student Marguerite Berg were interviewed for the April 29 WQOW-TV story "Legendary journalist speaks at UW-Eau Claire forum."
The Forum presentation by Amy Goodman, held April 28 at UW-Eau Claire, was the subject of the April 29 Leader-Telegram article "Forum speaker tells crowd to get involved, demand better news coverage."
A number of UW-Eau Claire students were quoted in the April 29 Leader-Telegram article "Trading freedoms for free lunch not much of a deal" about the April 28 First Amendment Free Food Festival on campus. A related story, "Students give up their rights to learn more about them," aired on WQOW-TV April 28.
A number of photos taken at UW-Eau Claire's Student Research Day 2010 were published in the April 27 Leader-Telegram online.
Dr. Katherine Schneider (emerita), Counseling Services, was featured in the April 27 Kalamazoo (Mich.) Gazette article "Blind author Katherine Schneider tells Moorsbridge Elementary students in Portage to stay positive."
UW-Eau Claire student Hayley Suckow was featured in the April 26 Leader-Telegram article "Blugolds pole vaulter Suckow looking to go out on top." Track and field coach Chip Schneider also was quoted in the article.
Vicky Crane, sociology, wrote the April 20 Chippewa Herald article "Rotary Club still making life easier for Bolivians."
UW-Eau Claire alumnus Steven Thaler was featured in the April 20 Leader-Telegram article "Chippewa Falls businessman preserves 1,058 acres of forestland."
UW-Eau Claire alumni Dr. Barry Kamrath and Jay Hausser were featured in the April 9 Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction news release "Four Wisconsin principals exemplify educational leadership."
The April 23 Relay for Life at UW-Eau Claire was the subject of the April 23 WEAU-TV story "Students at UW-Eau Claire walking to raise money for Relay For Life."
Research by Dr. Justin Patchin, political science, was featured in the April 26 Wisconsin Radio Network story "Educators learn about kids' safety in the tech age."
UW-Eau Claire student Pakou Vang and her new children's book were featured in the April 26 Leader-Telegram article "UW-EC student's research leads to Hmong children's book." Dr. Marie Stadler, communication sciences and disorders, also was quoted in the article.
UW-Eau Claire students Jennesa Davidson and Haley Salaway were interviewed on WEAU-TV April 23 about the Alpha Xi Delta sorority's fifth annual 24-hour Teeter-Totter-A-Thon April 28-29 on UW-Eau Claire's campus mall. The event is a fundraiser for the "Autism Speaks" organization.