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From the shores of Lake Michigan to the halls of the Sistine Chapel, and from the faraway landscape of India to the rubble-strewn scene of 9/11, Tony Rajer lived a life of pursuing knowledge and serving others. Born in Sheboygan, he became an accomplished art conservator, humanitarian and long-time instructor of UW–Madison Continuing Studies art classes.
The Division of Continuing Studies has moved to a new location and is holding an open house to celebrate.
Notable graduates: Merikay Payne — Division of Continuing Studies graduate with a passion for the arts
Becoming a college graduate is no foreign concept to 56-year-old Merikay Payne, who will graduate this spring with her second bachelor's degree from UW–Madison.
Local educators have an opportunity to learn to use theater to help their students deal with difficult issues. This summer's Drama Institute at the University of Wisconsin–Madison includes a class that was developed in response to incidents of school violence over the past year.
National research shows that boys make up 75 to 80 percent of the juvenile justice system and commit suicide four times more often than girls. U.S. colleges now have the lowest male enrollment in the country's history.