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Study finds that big rains bring big algae blooms… eventually

November 28, 2022

Phosphorus is only one part of the algae bloom recipe, research shows. Other key factors at play are calm winds, warm surface waters and a low abundance of tiny crustaceans called zooplankton.

Fickell ushers in new era for Badger Football

November 27, 2022

Wisconsin Director of Athletics Chris McIntosh announced the hiring of Luke Fickell as UW's head football coach. The consensus 2021 National Coach of the Year becomes the 31st head coach in program history.

Earth’s orbit is more important in driving tropical Pacific climate than previously thought

November 25, 2022

Researchers found that the atmosphere and ocean pushing on each other is important in creating the climate on the tropical Pacific.

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Reesor: Update on missing UW–Madison student

November 22, 2022

The following message was emailed to students, faculty and staff from Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Lori Reesor on Nov. 22, 2022. ​​Read this…

Supporting shared governance participation

October 10, 2022

UW-Madison is strongest when shared governance traditions are honored, and information from voices across campus is taken into consideration.

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Students were taught how to braid corn in the traditional Oneida way during an event presented by @wunksheek, a #UWMadison Native American student organization, and held at the Indigenous Student Center as part of #UWNativeNovember programming. The corn was Bear Island Flint Corn, originally from Leech Lake in northern Minnesota. Once the corn is picked, the husks are pulled back to reveal the kernels. The husks are then braided to form a rope of corn where the cobs are hung to dry. The corn can be boiled, or milled into flour, in various dishes. Tap our link in bio or visit go.wisc.edu/nativenovember for more programming and information. 📸: Bryce Richter