About this Exhibit

This virtual exhibition was developed and curated by:

  • Katherine Schneider, Ph.D., Senior Psychologist Emerita, Counseling Services, UW-Eau Claire
  • Adam Azzalino, Public History graduate student, UW-Eau Claire
  • Greg Kocken, Special Collections Librarian and Archivist, UW-Eau Claire

Development of this exhibit is also supported by McIntyre Library, UW-Eau Claire with special thanks to the following individuals:

  • Vicky Thomas, Director, Services for Students with Disabilities, UW-Eau Claire
  • Rachel Kohn, Eau Claire Area School District
  • Samantha Kraegenbrink, Eau Claire County Administration
  • Cathy Marohl, City of Eau Claire
  • Dale Peters, City of Eau Claire


Designed and cast by the Randolph Rose Collection of Yonkers, N.Y., the life-size bronze sculpture of a yellow Labrador retriever with harness is titled “Juno” after the initial walk a student takes at guide dog school. The sculpture was commissioned by Dr. Katherine Schneider and friends and is located near the Student Success Center on the second floor of Centennial Hall on the UW-Eau Claire campus.