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UW-Madison has been named one of America's 100 Most Wired Colleges by Yahoo! Internet Life magazine, finishing No. 39.
Many people who suffer from bipolar disorder, or Researchers at the University of Wisconsin Medical School now believe they understand why.
The School of Social Work at the UW–Madison will celebrate its 50th anniversary as an autonomous university program during a two-day conference May 2-3.
Students gain anywhere from six months to a year of full-time experience with a company, alternating with full-time study.
As pharmacists play an increasingly important role on the health care team, pharmacy schools are redesigning their curricula to prepare them for the growing responsibility.
Should the discovery of a world in a grain of sand elude you, Richard Ralston suggests you continue the search in a postage stamp.
A former chair of the Advisory Council to the U.S. Social Security Administration will give a free public lecture on Tuesday, April 29, at 4 p.m. at UW–Madison.
Pat Widder, chief economic correspondent for the Chicago Tribune and the newspaper's former financial editor, will serve as this semester's business writer in residence at UW–Madison April 28-May 2.
Elizabeth Culotta, deputy news editor of Science magazine, has been named a 1997 Science Writer in Residence at UW–Madison.
Lloyd M. Smith, professor of chemistry, has been cited by the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities for his efforts to develop automated DNA sequencing technologies.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison Teaching Academy inducted 18 new members in an April 15 ceremony at the Wisconsin Center.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison's 1996-97 institutional message for TV, Cheese, has earned a national Telly Award for John Roach Projects of Madison, a video and film production company owned by alumnus John Roach.
In response to the unfamiliar and often daunting terrain ahead, the University of Wisconsin–Madison's Bolz Center for Arts Administration will present a symposium on the changing relationship between contemporary society and the artistic community.
The Cultural Map of Wisconsin, an intricate map of the state's cultural resources produced by a collaboration of UW–Madison geographers and cartographers, has been cited for excellence by the American Congress of Surveying and Mapping.
The Department of Zoology has been recognized recently for its use of Total Quality Management techniques through a State of Wisconsin Certificate of Commendation presented by Gov. Thompson.
The UW–Madison Geology Museum will hold its annual open house on Sunday, April 27, from noon-5 p.m.
Two days of activities, including tours, technology demonstrations and guest speakers, are planned for April 25-26 to dedicate the $16.1 million addition and renovation to the University of Wisconsin Law School.
A new $2.4 million study center for student-athletes will be dedicated in an April 26 ceremony.
Two faculty in the UW–Madison Medical School will receive 1997 Shaw Scientist Awards, given annually to promising young scientists by the Milwaukee Foundation.
Robert Zurbin, an international authority on space propulsion and exploration, will be at UW–Madison Thursday, April 24, to discuss the potential of sending humans to Mars.