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A winter storm dumped 6 inches of snow on campus on Madison on Jan. 22 and 23, greeting students at the start of semester. Classes continued as schedule, though, and students trudged through a glittering landscape.
Research performed in the Ethiopian highlands shows that even in years with above average rainfall, crops can be severely reduced by drought early in the growing season, when seeds must sprout and get established.
After a relatively dry winter, UW–Madison was hit hard by snowfall this week. And at the same time, local social media was inundated with snow and ice photos and jokes. Go figure.
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uwmadison The 2019 “spring” semester is off to a snowy start ❄️ (📷: @uwmadison_brycerichter) #uwmadison
A lecture by Anna Muller, Assistant Professor and the Frank and Mary Padzieski Endowed Professor in Polish/Polish American/Eastern European Studies at the Department of Social Sciences at the University of Michigan-Dearborn4:00 pm, 206 Ingraham Hall
The Impact of the Intersectionality of Gender, Race and Class on Academic Medicine4:30 pm, Health Sciences Learning Center