Political Science graduate Brett Ludwig has been appointed U.S. bankruptcy judge serving much of Wisconsin. He was appointed to a 14-year term with the federal court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin headquarters in Milwaukee.
The Department of Philosophy is planning a new summer event, Video Games & Philosophy Camp, which provides an opportunity for junior high and high school students to play and think critically about questions related to popular video games. The camp will be led by professor Joshua Horn.
French and Spanish major Carlui Pimentel-Aguilar created a podcast for Spanish learners, available at http://elcafecitoespanol.podbean.com.
Geography major Ellie Corbin (right) has been working to create the Stevens Point Bicycling Routes Map, which represents city bicycle routes based on comfort level and convenience.
The Department of Physics and Astronomy has entered into an agreement with UW-Milwaukee to offer a dual-degree option in which students can earn a bachelor of science degree with a physics major at UW-Stevens Point and a bachelor of science degree with an engineering major from UWM in a total of five years.
Biology professor Sol Sepsenwol will retire at the end of the academic year. Sepsenwol began teaching in 1970 and has spent the last 39 years working at UW-Stevens Point.