Special Committee Makes Recommendations On UWSP Cuts

Aug 7, 2018
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(WSAU) -- A committee of faculty, students, and staff at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point has submitted a document with several ideas to help save some or all of the 13 programs that were proposed to be cut as part of a curriculum re-structuring proposal released in March.

University of Wisconsin Stevens Point

The University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point is one step closer to earning accreditation to offer a Masters of Business Administration degree after receiving the green light from the UW systemlast week.. "This is a big step for us. It allows us to bring a level of education to the Central Wisconsin community that we didn't have before. It's something our market research shows employers want, prospective students want, and recent graduates looking to come back and upgrade their skills [want]," said Kevin Neuman, head of the school of business and economics at the school.

The Darker Side of Winter

May 6, 2014
Michele Woodford / Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

At the tail end of winter, many animals are still struggling to find food as we wait for green leaves to grow.  WXPR Contributor John Heusinkveld of UWSP’s Treehaven has this reflection on how a harsh winter may have a big impact on the deer population.  


  A UW-Superior educator... speaking recently in Tomahawk... says the research is showing the more people are involved in nature, the more likely they are to want to take care of it. Esther Gieschen was one of the presenters at the recent Northwoods Research Summit at UWSP-Treehaven. Gieschen says as people began to interact more with the natural world, their awareness of grew..