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Student feedback is helping shape meal plan options set to roll out for new University Housing residents next year. “We’ve heard from campus stakeholders, and …
Cynthia Czajkowski has been named interim associate vice chancellor for research in the biological sciences to fill in for Norman Drinkwater, who will become interim vice chancellor for research and graduate education when Marsha Mailick goes on temporary leave.
It was a banner year for the Wisconsin Union. Memorial Union unveiled years of restoration and renovation, and Union South was its usual bustling self. Throngs of students, faculty and staff streamed into the unions for fun, fellowship and relaxation in the campus’s “living room.”
Monkeys who catch Zika virus through bites from infected mosquitoes develop infections that look like human Zika cases, and may help researchers understand the many ways Zika can be transmitted.
In last week’s Wiscopinion, we asked what you were looking forward to during winter break. Your response: …
Some tips to help you on your final exams.
Just more than 1,000 students will take part in the 2017 University of Wisconsin–Madison winter commencement ceremony at 10 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 17, at the Kohl Center.
Final projects, papers and exams are here. You are likely debating with yourself how you are going to get all the work done and still …
Badger Volunteers has started a new partnership this semester with Gio’s Garden, a respite center for young children with developmental disabilities.
Researchers are investigating cross-talk between the brain and lungs of people with asthma in a four-year, $2.5 million study to understand how psychological stress can make asthma symptoms worse.
Dietram Scheufele will join a committee to address the “reproducibility” of experiments, which helps ensure future scientific work builds on a reliable foundation.
Powers-Knapp Scholars, (from left to right) Maikou Lo, Alexis Handley, Derek Guillen, and Mei Li Brown are honored among other soon-to-be-graduates at a ceremony on Sunday at Gordon Dining and Event Center.
New research shows that the size of a society’s population is what drives the size of its “war group,” or number of people of fighting age who defend it.