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It’s evidence that the differences in visual and “audible” representations in the mind are connected to differences in the way we organize our thinking.
As part of our Smart Restart reopening plan, UW–Madison has developed protocols for what to do when individuals working, living or learning on campus test positive for COVID-19.
Vice Chancellor Reesor shares important information and resources with students as they prepare to start the fall semester.
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uwmadison We are looking forward to welcoming many of you to campus and others virtually to our Badger community in just a few short weeks. Of course, things will look different this year with more virtual than in-person classes, limits on gatherings, and health protocols to keep us safe and help keep our campus open, but we are committed to providing the best student experience possible. No one expects the pandemic to go on forever, but in the meantime we all need to do our part protecting each other. Read Vice Chancellor @lori.reesor’s full letter to #UWMadison students and find resources at go.wisc.edu/PlanningYourStart
Wisconsin Primary Election for US Rep., State legislature, DA, County Clerk, Treasurer, and Reg of Deeds.7:00 am, Find your polling place at myvote.wi.gov
Informational session to learn about the program4:00 pm