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East of Vilas got its start at a UW–Madison learning community, and now the band is performing all over Madison, part of a thriving local music scene.
The project aims to discover and develop technologies that in the future may inform the delivery of algorithm-based micro-supports — short well-being practices like mindful breathing that may help in the moment.
Members of the UW community gathered to bid a fond farewell to Provost Karl Scholz, who will become the next president of the University of Oregon on July 1.
Now in its third year, the Flow Project highlights not only the value of art as a tool to communicate science, but also as a way to inspire new science across University of Wisconsin campuses.
Each fall invitations are sent to the top 10 percent of graduate students, the top 10 percent of seniors and the top 7.5 percent of second-semester juniors in each school and college.
UW–Madison will collaborate on a project to give Native students a comprehensive resource of college-level financial aid programs and policies.
From Rhinelander to Trempealeau County and Cottage Grove, here are just a few examples of UW–Madison College of Engineering students and faculty stepping up to provide Wisconsin communities and businesses with expert information and tangible benefits.
New weather trends, from a predicted El Niño to an early fire season in Western Canada signal the beginning of what may be a turbulent weather pattern. Experts from UW–Madison are available for insight and analysis.
With the commencement ceremony just days away, soon-to-be graduates are donning their gowns and getting photographed at key spots around campus, preserve those memories.
The production was brought to life by a cast of friends and captivated audiences with its comedic approach and unexpected twists. “The Fetish” centers around Max, who is invited to his friend Adam's house.
“This ceremony serves as an opportunity to celebrate our tremendously talented undergraduates,” said Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin, in a written greeting shared with the audience.
Recipients are selected based on high academic achievement, effective communication skills, leadership in significant extra-curricular activities, financial self-support and personal initiative.
A first-generation college student with roots in farming and forest products, Troy Runge is looking for ways university researchers can partner with industry to help solve the hardest problems and make the world a better place.
UW biochemistry Provessor Judith Simcox has been named to the first cohort of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Freeman Hrabowski Scholars Program in recognition of her outstanding early-career commitment to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in science in research.