Ideas and discoveries
Veterinary Medicine Study reveals possible biological trigger for canine bone cancer
Computer sciences UW computer scientists enhance robotic manufacturing
Forest and Wildlife Ecology Deer account for almost half of long-term forest change, study finds
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- UW-Madison helps train aspiring farmers enrolled in ‘the MBA of dairy’ March 4, 2015
- Faculty Senate urges study of public authority, preservation of shared governance March 3, 2015
- Three candidates in running for enrollment management position March 3, 2015
- Research communications experts partner with Morgridge Institute March 2, 2015
- Munching bugs thwart eager trees, reducing the carbon sink March 2, 2015
- UW center helps grow businesses, jobs and communities in South Central Wisconsin Feb. 27, 2015
- Mealworm farming project wins Climate Quest competition Feb. 26, 2015
- UW to host Shakespeare’s First Folio Exhibition in 2016 Feb. 26, 2015
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UW in the News
- Scott Walker wants to end funding for renewable energy program Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
- UW Hospital emergency clinic to double in size, thanks to large gifts Madison.com
- Mark Johnson: The unsung Magic man of the Miracle on Ice NY Daily News
- Caledonia native is UW-Madison's 'bug guy' Racine Journal-Times
- Internet Of Things 101: Inside The Latest Trend In Higher Education Forbes
- The Wisconsin Idea in practice Isthmus
Dancers upon stilts
Dancers took to stilts for a Brooklyn Jumbies workshop in Lathrop Hall on Saturday, Feb. 28. Participants worked with the dance performance group, which teaches cultural elements of the African diaspora like stilt walking, and Chris Walker, a UW-Madison associate professor of dance.
More than 40 participants gathered for “Tools and Strategies for Cross-Racial Allyship,” a workshop hosted by the Multicultural Student Center Feb. 26.
Snow kiting on Mendota
Undergraduate Ben Witman practices his snow-kiting skills during a Hoofer Sailing Club class on frozen Lake Mendota on Feb. 26.
Vavrus, an expert on global climate change, can discuss his research that links climate change to the brutal winter, including the extreme snowfall in the Northeastern United States.