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This now-annual collection of photographs compiled by University Communications photographers Jeff Miller and Bryce Richter highlights some of the decisive moments of 2015.
“Graduate students play a critical role in the university’s educational and research excellence,” says Graduate School Dean William Karpus.
UW-Madison plans to implement changes in the administrative policy by which graduate assistantship stipends are set in order to remain competitive in attracting the best possible graduate students across all disciplines and to ensure that graduate students are students first and employees second.
They came together by the hundreds on a blustery night on Bascom Hill in peaceful protest. University of Wisconsin–Madison students, faculty, staff and community supporters, of all colors and from diverse backgrounds, gathered on Nov. 12 to speak against injustice and to march in solidarity with students at the University of Missouri and other campuses across the nation.
Sam Soderberg’s hair is short but not buzzed; on a November morning, he looks like any other economics major getting coffee before class. He has an eye for his fellow service members, picking up cues that give away men and women who have served in the military.
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In a quirky celebration of the fall harvest, participants paddled on Lake Mendota in massive, hollowed-out pumpkins made buoyant by inflated inner tubes in the annual Hoofer Sailing Club Pumpkin Regatta Oct. 10. The event is organized by UW–Madison horticulture professors Irwin Goldman and Jim Nienhuis.