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UW-Eau Claire online magazine for alumni and friends
Blugold pride doesn't end after our students walk across the stage. Our graduates have gone on to do life changing things in the medical field, business world and beyond. With that thought in mind, Blugold View was created to share the incredible stories of current and past Blugolds alike.
New edition on its way
The new issue of Blugold View is coming! In the meantime, check out some of the last issue's exciting stories below.
Tissue-saving foam research
Student researchers use the creativity and problem-solving skills learned in materials science courses to test, experiment and compile data for a medical product innovation that could help protect cancer patients during treatment
Leading institutional change in EC
Dang Yang, director of UW-Eau Claire’s Office of Multicultural Affairs, is one of the four co-chairs of the recently launched Chippewa Valley Transformation Project, an effort to create a more antiracist community.
Tips for success from Fortune 500 CEO
Wisconsin native Dick Johnson has fond memories of college — meeting his future wife, bonding with cross country and track teammates, and learning from faculty members who helped start him on a journey to become the leader of a Fortune 500 company.
Data driven patient care
Dr. Rajeev Chaudhry — an expert in analyzing large datasets to help health care organizations improve patient care — began a new role with Mayo Clinic Health System that includes time to work with UW-Eau Claire faculty, staff and students on research.
After a 26 year absence, Blugold baseball has returned to the varsity lineup and the inaugural Gen 2 roster is excited to usher in this new era for the sport, drawing the local baseball fans to Carson Park once again.
Dedicated health care professional
Dr. Woubeshet Ayenew has dedicated his career to providing cardiovascular care to underrepresented populations in Minneapolis. He also works tirelessly as an advocate on behalf of people of color, especially African Americans.