UW Daily – October 16, 2018

UW Daily

On Campus
EAU: Slice of Sicily on the menu at UW-Eau Claire – Barron County, Spooner Advocate, Oct. 15
EAU:  Book sale helps fund scholarships for women at UW-Eau Claire, WEAU, Oct 14
EAU: UW-Eau Claire, Chippewa Valley Technical College reach admissions agreement, Leader-Telegram, Oct. 16
EAU: UW-Eau Claire professor releases findings from teen sextortion study, WSAW, Oct. 15
GRB: An Applied Economic Development Project for Urban Politics Classes (by UW-Green Bay Prof. Aaron Weinschenk), Urban Affairs Forum, Oct. 15
GRB: UWGB students, staff answer: Best and worst financial advice, USA Today, Oct. 16
LAX: Stephen Minnema: Wisconsin Idea faces threat (op-ed on campus presentation about the Wisconsin Idea), La Crosse Tribune, Oct. 15
LAX: Recession predictions not necessarily accurate, says UWL economist (UWL Economics Department chair discussion recession prediction), WIZM, Oct. 16
LAX: La Crossearea students, residents to march against domestic violence Wednesday (Take Back the Night march begins at UWL with students making their way to Viterbo University and Western Technical College), La Crosse Tribune, Oct. 16
LAX: How new Pay-by-Phone Parking program affects UWL students (parking program the city of La Crosse is implementing will significantly affect UWL students), The Racquet, Oct. 16
MAD: ‘We just barely squeeze into this space’: UW Veterinary Medicine school seeks addition, Wisconsin State Journal, Oct. 15
MAD: Wisconsin Food Hub Co-op receives USDA grant to boost regional food distribution, Wisconsin State Farmer, Oct. 15
MAD: UW police respond to ‘bogus’ tip at Veterinary Medicine building, WISC-TV 3, Oct. 15
MAD: UW-Madison police respond to campus situation believed to be ‘swatting’ incident, Wisconsin State Journal, Oct. 15
MIL: Rockwell Automation launches executive podcast series on smart manufacturing, smart manufacturing, technology, trends and the internet of things
(UWM Chancellor Mark Mone discusses the value of academic-business collaborations as part of a podcast series), Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Oct. 15
MIL: The color of economic anxiety (UWM Prof. Marc Levine quoted about Milwaukee’s high rates of unemployment among black men), MRonline, Oct. 15

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