UW Daily – June 13, 2018

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COL/MAD/WHT: ARISE student driven by curiosity, desire to learn, Janesville Gazette, June 12
COL: Legendary birder still gets thrill from sightings along Lake Michigan shoreline (UW-Manitowoc professor emeritus), Appleton Post-Crescent, June 12
EAU: Riverfront Revamp: UWEC Garfield Avenue project slated for fall finish, Volume One, June 12
EAU: Juneteenth in Eau Claire (UW-Eau Claire professor of history Selika Ducksworth-Lawton among talk show guests), “The West Side” on Wisconsin Public Radio, June 11
GRB: UW-Green Bay’s Lindstrom becomes a pro, WTAQ News, June 12
GRB: Special election brings in outside money, with Prof. David Helpap, WHBY, June 12
LAX: Charles King Named MSUM Swimming and Diving Head Coach (King spent past six seasons as swimming and diving head coach at UWL), KFGO News, June 12
LAX: UW-L Grad Students Help Area Kids with Disabilities Learn Valuable Skills, wiproud.com, June 12
MAD: Bees, climate change and Amish children: What do these UW projects have in common? Wisconsin State Journal, June 13
MAD: UW ‘boot camp’ addresses health disparities, Madison.com, June 13
MAD: Unpaid Internships Are on the Rise, and College Requirements Are to Blame, WORT 89.9 FM, June 13
MAD: School’s Closed in Wisconsin. Forever. New York Times, June 13
MAD: Falcon chicks with ice cream-inspired names highlight Wisconsin’s raptor reboot, Wisconsin State Journal, June 13
MIL: UWM Restaurant Operations takes “seafood beyond center of plate,” Food Service Director, June 11
MIL: UWM researcher collaborates on study indicating novel, abundant nitrogen-fixing microbes in surface ocean, EurekAlert, June 11
MIL: UWM prof talks about significance of union endorsements in Wisconsin primaries, Wisconsin State Journal, June 11
RVF: Bird Island native contribunes to Stanley Cup champion Capitals (Serbus is a UWRF alum), West Central Tribune, June 12
STP: Stevens Point launches compostable waste garbage pick-up, WSAW, June 11
SUP: Study: Ships move non-native species in the Great Lakes (study involved UW-Superior’s Lake Superior Research Institute), the Log, June 12
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