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Polygon Engineering Council, the engineering college council of student organizations, announced their annual teaching excellence award winners at a banquet April 27.
A Madison school administrator will be among those receiving alumni awards from the School of Education on Saturday, May 10.
The UW System Board of Regents approved the appointment of two faculty to named professorships at its April meeting.
Mary Folster and Mitch Lundquist have been named the 1997 Librarians of the Year by their peers in the University of Wisconsin–Madison Librarians' Assembly.
The first-ever economic impact study of the entire University of Wisconsin System details a dynamic financial and social force affecting every region of the state.
The Wisconsin Alumni Association has awarded Distinguished Alumni Awards to Stephen Ambrose '57, Ph.D. '63; David Beckwith '50, LLB '52; Donald Procknow '47; and Linda Wilson Ph.D. '62.
Ronald M. Radano, professor of music and Afro-American Studies, has received a 1997 Guggenheim Fellowship to study the social formation of black music in America.
TV ratings, gender and communication, and kitty cancer treatments are just a few of the subjects that will come up when the Wisconsin Alumni Association sponsors its 37th annual Spring Day on Campus program May 9 in the Wisconsin Center.
Expertise and effectiveness have earned two academic staff and a faculty member in the College of Letters and Science 1997 Academic Advising Awards.
UW-Madison should establish a gay, lesbian and bisexual (GLB) studies program and work harder to end discrimination against GLB faculty, staff and students, a new committee report suggests.
A report from the Committee on Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Issues at UW–Madison will be presented to the public Monday, May 5, at 7:30 p.m.
UW-Madison will not get from the state the remaining $5 million needed for a new pharmacy building, but it will not have to raise the money privately.
The Graduate School will drop a long-standing residence requirement and allow graduate students to complete degrees without a full-time presence on campus.
The newly formed International Institute at the University of Wisconsin–Madison has been awarded grants that will bring almost $7 million to the campus over the next three years.
Some small farms in Wisconsin may soon become antibody factories, raising laying hens that produce growth-stimulating antibodies in their egg yolks.
A University of Wisconsin Medical School researcher and his collaborators can now explain a cellular defect that causes enlarged hearts to contract weakly.
Carl de Boor, a University of Wisconsin–Madison professor of mathematics and computer sciences, is one of 60 U.S. scholars elected to membership in the National Academy of Sciences this morning.
This year's Distinguished Teaching Award winners range from assistant professors to veterans, in disciplines ranging from chemistry to theater, history to nursing, English to physics.
In January, Barrows left his position as associate dean of the Graduate School and joined the Provost's Office full time as an associate vice chancellor for academic services and campus diversity.
Joining President Clinton, retired Gen. Colin Powell and Secretary of Health and Human Services Donna E. Shalala, Dean of Students Mary Rouse took part in the President's Summit for America's Future April 27-29 in Philadelphia.