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Middle-school students from throughout the state toured UW–Madison this month as part of Bucky’s Classroom, an outreach program that aims to increase college awareness and help young people explore career options.
Ford has served as a process improvement coach to over 150 substance abuse and mental health providers and taught staff how to apply quality improvement tools and techniques to improve systems of care.
Last week, our Wiscopinion poll asked students what their primary method of communicating with their parents is. The top choice was texting, followed by phone …
What many students don’t realize is that UW–Madison’s campus is better than pretty much any exotic destination in the entire world. Obviously. And if you don’t believe it, Bucky Badger is here to help prove it.
Does spring break have you feeling stranded? No car and hoping to stick with your budget? Below are 8 free things that are all in Madison and free of charge.
The comedy trio of Adam Devine, Blake Anderson and Anders Holm headed to campus last week not only to visit Holm’s plaque in Alumni Park, but also to introduce their new movie “Game Over, Man!” at a special screening.
A group of UW–Madison students have once again excelled at the annual YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund awards, considered the fashion industry’s premier competition for gifted young designers, merchandisers, retailers and business majors.
While a combination of trial and error and scientific research helped refine glassmaking processes over time, controlling the creation of metallic glasses at the atomic level remains an inexact endeavor. “Our job,” says Paul Voyles, “is to build fundamental understanding by adding more data.”
UW-Madison Researchers found that the best colors to use for waste bins are shades of white for paper, red for plastic, pale blue-green for glass, dark grey for metal, dark green for compost, and black for trash.
Students modeled authentic clothing from cultures around the world at the "Runways of the World" show at Union South on March 18.
One scholar from each of four faculty divisions — Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, Physical Sciences and Biological Sciences — is selected to receive the Hilldale Award.
The rankings are a testament to the university's senior leadership, outstanding faculty and staff, and creative students, says Graduate School Dean William Karpus.
University of Puget Sound undergraduates Ally Isenhour, left, and Marla Moser enjoy Babcock ice cream and a view of still-frozen Lake Mendota from the Memorial Union Terrace as the two friends visit Moser’s hometown of Madison during their university’s spring break. Isenhour is from California. Photo by Jeff Miller
The National Academy of Sciences study focuses on undergraduate and graduate mentoring of individuals traditionally marginalized in STEMM.