UWSP men's hockey season ends as national runner-up
After an incredible run in the NCAA Tournament, the UW-Stevens Point men's hockey team lost to St. Norbert College 3-1 on Saturday evening in the NCAA Division III Championship game. Read More
Pointers junior goalie Brandon Jaeger was the recipient of the Elite 89 award, presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point average participating at the finals site for each of the NCAA's championships. Jaeger, who is double majoring in accounting and business administration, currently carries a 3.97 GPA. Read More
Final Four in Stevens Point a huge success
UW-Stevens Point hosted the best in women's basketball over the weekend as teams and fans traveled from near and far, including New Jersey, Massachusetts and Washington, to Stevens Point for the NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Final Four. FDU-Florham defeated Whitman College in a thrilling 80-72 championship game in Quandt Fieldhouse to earn its first ever national championship Saturday. UW-Whitewater defeated Tufts University 72-54 in the national third-place game. Watch Recap
Final Four: In the News
CPS students excel at Posters in the Rotunda
The College of Professional Studies was well represented at the 15th annual UW System Posters in the Rotunda event on March 12 in Madison. Daniela Cabrera-Abarca, a junior interior architecture major from Peru, presented her research of the hands-on restoration and historic preservation process of two centuries-old buildings in France to apply those efforts to historic buildings. Daniela's poster was the only one in the field of interior design and was completed as a part of an independent study with Professor Nisha Fernando. View Photos
A group of senior athletic training majors, including Dillon Huth, Mitchell Klapper, Seth Kuhn, Michael Kurek, Jonathan Pickos and Abby Reynolds, presented their research on the effects of delayed onset muscle soreness after exercise and activity. View Photo
Pointers register to Be the Match
Thanks to everyone who participated in the Be The Match Bone Marrow Registry Drive! The Sports Medicine Club had 146 people signing up for the donor registry. Other efforts to raise funds for this cause included Be the Match Circles and T-shirts. View Photos
Clinical Laboratory Science students present research
The 2014 School of Health Care Professions held its annual Clinical Laboratory Science Program Student Poster/Presentation Day March 10 in the Dreyfus University Center. Graduating students displayed posters in the Laird Room and presented their case or research studies throughout the day. View Photos
Point in Common: The Talent Code
What is the secret of getting really good at something? How do we unlock it? Daniel Coyle, journalist and New York Times bestselling author of The Talent Code and The Little Book of Talent, will address the community at Sentry’s Theater@1800 from 7-8:30 p.m. April 29 as a part of the Point in Common speaker series. Free child care is available at the Schmeeckle Reserve Visitor Center. Read More | Free Registration
Catch up with CPS student bloggers
- Dietetics senior Lee Bartnik compares wellness in Hungary to the United States using the SPECIES model: Social, Physical, Environmental, Career, Intellectual, Emotional, Spiritual.
is a senior majoring in business administration and Spanish studying abroad in Spain.
- Senior health sciences-health care administration major Emily Jakusz is studying abroad experience in New Zealand.
- Alexia Szabo is a junior majoring in economics, Spanish and international studies.
- Junior Amy Vida is majoring in family & consumer sciences and English.