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UW-L Presentation


If you’ve ever struggled to resist a piece of chocolate cake, get up when the alarm goes off or quit smoking, you might be interested in what UW-L student Eric Barreau has to say about your brain. “People think they either have willpower or they don’t. That’s simply not true. Some have more than others and it’s a limited resource that people can lose,” Barreau says. “It all boils down to the blood glucose levels in the brain.” Barreau, a psychology major, has been studying self control for more than a year. He’ll present his research on how self control impacts eating behavior during the Celebration of Student Research and Creativity Friday, April 3, at UW-L. Barreau will give one of 30 oral presentations at the event. The celebration also includes 127 student poster displays and three visual arts exhibits.

Adelee & Gentry / UW-L


Singing duo Adelee & Gentry will perform at UW-La Crosse. They will perform at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 9, in The Cellar in Cartwright Center-Gunning Addition. Adelee & Gentry were featured in Billboard’s column “The 615” and applauded by The Examiner. They got their start working with country singer LeAnn Rime’s session player, Jason Webb. Music has helped the two overcome various obstacles they have faced in their lives.Adelee & Gentry’s performance is part of 1-2-3 Thursdays. Admission is Free. For more information about the program visit uwlax.edu/CAB or call the Cartwright Information Counter at 608.785.8877.
 

Cover Drive-UW-L


The Cover Drive, a popular band from Barbados, will perform at UW-La Crosse. The group performs at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 15, in Valhalla in Cartwright Center-Gunning Addition. The Cover Drive was the opening act for Rihanna’s Loud Tour and was featured by the Barbados Tourism Authority. The band is known for its infectious energy and music for dancing. Admission is free. For more information about the program visit uwlax.edu/CAB or call the Cartwright Information Counter at 608.785.8877.
 

SMU Founder's Day


Saint Mary’s presented awards to His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan, a College faculty member, a staff member, and two outstanding seniors at its Founders’ Day celebration March 24. An honorary doctorate in pastoral ministry was presented to His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York. Cardinal Dolan has, since his ordination 40 years ago, exemplified a life of service to the Catholic Church as priest, pastor, educator, and shepherd.

Dr. Paul Weiner, professor of mathematics, computer science, and statistics at Saint Mary’s, received the 2015 Brother Charles H. Severin, FSC, College Faculty Award. This award is bestowed semi-annually on a College faculty member who demonstrates sustained excellence in teaching, contributes to the university outside of the classroom, builds community by serving as a model of the Lasallian spirit, and is a creative, passionate, and inspiring teacher.

Sarah Wanger (who received her undergraduate degree from Saint Mary’s in 2004 and her master’s in 2011) received the 2015 Distinguished Lasallian Educator award. Wanger serves as the director of outreach for the School of Education at the Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs. This award recognizes Wanger for a life of faith and service that exemplifies the ideals of Saint John Baptist de La Salle.

Pictured: Wanger & Weiner