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Final approval for a $31 million UW–Madison business outreach facility was delayed by the UW System Board of Regents earlier this month.
U. S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Donna Shalala will be the featured speaker at a UW Medical School ceremony Friday, May 16, recognizing the graduating members of the class of 1997.
Winners of Returning Adult Student Awards Announced
For their outstanding work in teaching, research, leadership and public service, seven university professionals have been honored with 1997 Academic Staff Excellence Awards in five categories.
Six untenured faculty -- who are already distinguished scholars and teachers -- have been named UW–Madison's 1997-98 Lilly Teaching Fellows.
May and June visitors to Picnic Point, Frautschi Point, Bill's Woods and Caretaker's Woods -- all part of the UW–Madison Arboretum's Campus Natural Areas -- may see signs announcing herbicide applications.
When it convenes at UW–Madison May 29-31, the Dictionary Society of North America (DSNA) will use its 11th biennial meeting to explore issues central to dictionary makers, users and lovers.
The nearly 150 precollege programs at UW–Madison are on the front line of the university's commitment to lifelong learning.
Three of this year's YWCA Women of Distinction award winners have ties to UW–Madison.
A Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist and UW–Madison alumna will join the School of Journalism and Mass Communication faculty this fall.
An overview of the scientific controversy surrounding the Mars meteorite, which has become one of the most important and studied rocks in history, will be presented by John W. Valley, a UW–Madison geochemist, in a public lecture on Thursday, May 15.
Three members of the UW–Madison faculty, and one former faculty member, have been elected fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the oldest learned societies in the United States.
Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner Jr., named chair in January of the U.S. House Science Committee, will visit UW–Madison on Monday, May 12, for an in-depth look at science and technology innovations.
As many as 250 mathematicians will gather in Madison later this month to help the Department of Mathematics celebrate 100 years of graduate training.
Freshmen students entering UW–Madison in the fall will have a new option -- entering an agreement with the university that will guarantee that they can earn their degree in four years or have the university pay ...
White House corespondent Rita Braver, Stein Drugs and Stein Optical founder Martin Stein, and business executive Oscar C. Boldt will speak to 4,000 eligible undergraduate, graduate and professional students celebrating commencement May 16-18.
A former United States secretary of state, an internationally acclaimed artist, a pioneer in retina research, a leader in the study of astronomy, a…
Madison has once again been named one of the best places to live in America.
The children and teachers of Mendota Elementary have embarked on a pilot project in science education that promises a harvest of insight into the process and outcomes of science.
Conjugated linoleic acid, a fatty acid found in dairy products and other animal fats, has many beneficial biological effects.