Technologies used for collecting personal digital data are evolving too quickly for either ethics or legislative restraints to keep pace, according to Paul Wagner, a retired UW-Eau Claire computer science professor who has studied the topic in depth.
DURAND — In the driveway of a two-story house on a dairy farm in western Wisconsin, five men focus on a unique construction project. Using a drill, hammer and nails, plywood and rope, they work together in the afternoon sun to erect a structure that resembles a makeshift corral in the bed of a Honda pickup.
By UW-Stout Office of University Communications Ongoing efforts to reduce blue-green algae and improve water quality in the Red Cedar River watershed have received a major boost from the National Science Foundation (NSF), which has renewed financing for a summer research program hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Stout. The $303,427 grant will sustain the LAKES REU – […]
A book celebrating Lake Wissota’s centennial and published by the Chippewa County Historical Society (CCHS) will be unveiled at a series of June book release events at four county locations. Lake Wissota: The Dam Story celebrates the completion of the Wissota Dam in 1917 with a pictorial history of the lake. It includes more than 300 photos, plus maps, […]
By Emma Koehn, CVPost Domestic violence, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking. . . the Bolton Refuge House (BRH) has been providing free services to people victimized by these since 1976. Its services are open to anyone in the community, including University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students. BRH offers services to students who need them, and […]
Fifteen robotics teams from three Eau Claire middle schools competed in the first-ever Blugold Beginnings Robotics Competition held recently at DeLong Middle School.
Other entries came from South and Northstar Middle Schools. (Additional photos of entrants in the competition can be found on the page where this account continues, inside the website.)