Guns made from 3-D printing, microscopic creatures capable of surviving in space, and a man who will eat anything from rolls of toilet paper to painter’s caulk in a bid to end world hunger — you wouldn’t expect to find videos on these topics on the same website, let alone from a single person. But Erin Lee Carr has produced documentary films centered on all these subjects, among others.
Bridget Zinn always wanted to be a published novelist. Her dream is finally coming true — nearly two years after the UW–Madison alum died of colon cancer.
Teresa Alpert's career took her on a path from the University of Wisconsin–Madison to special education teacher and engineer before leading her to a career in advertising.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison welcomed Cora Marrett, deputy director of the National Science Foundation (NSF), back to campus Oct. 5-6 as the Wisconsin Alumni Association (WAA) presented her with the 2012 Distinguished Alumni Award.