Dr. Harvey Gunderson (emeritus), management and marketing, and his wife, Carol Gunderson, both UW-Eau Claire alumni, were featured in the May 7 Leader-Telegram article "Couple to file complaint over Osseo-Fairchild mascot."
UW-Eau Claire students CJ Krueger and Sami Johnson were interviewed on WEAU-TV May 4 about the upcoming production of "Romeo and Juliet" at UW-Eau Claire. Krueger and Johnson as well as F. Reed Brown, music and theatre arts, also were quoted in the May 6 Leader-Telegram article "'Romeo and Juliet' challenges actors."
Nobuyoshi Yasuda and Robert Baca, music and theatre arts, will be among the guests on Wisconsin Public Radio's "Spectrum West" May 7. Yasuda will discuss the May 8 Chippewa Valley Symphony concert and his own background as a musician and conductor. Baca will talk about Jazz Ensemble I and its recognition as America's top university jazz ensemble by Down Beat Magazine. The show can be heard on WHWC, 88.3 FM at 5 p.m. More information.
A partnership between UW-Eau Claire and the Eau Claire Area School District was highlighted in the May 1 WQOW-TV story "Program helps prepare special needs teens for working world."
The UW-Eau Claire news release "Veterans program to feature one-mile float and author presentation" was posted on the WQOW-TV website May 4.
A May 13 Continuing Education seminar was the subject of the May 4 WQOW-TV story "Doing Business Globally Seminar May 13 in Eau Claire."
Requests for community input into plans for a new education building at UW-Eau Claire was the subject of the April 21 WEAU-TV story "UW-Eau Claire asking community to share ideas on planning new education building."
Dr. Justin Patchin, political science, was interviewed for the May 3 WXOW-TV story "Students learn about the dangers of new technology."
The Blugold Marching Band was featured in the April 30 Warrens Cranberry Festival blog post "UW Eau Claire Blugolds to Be in This Year's Parade."