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Students, faculty and staff are invited to a special campus forum to discuss downtown safety issues in the wake of a string of recent armed robberies.
The Environment, Health and Safety Department will again offer a variety of times and locations for on-campus flu shot clinics.
Recognizing the personal needs of its second-shift custodians and inviting them to share their ideas for how the university can more efficiently care for its buildings, campus officials today (Oct. 20) restored the starting times for about 145 workers to 5 p.m.
The third installment in a weekly video report showcasing major ideas emerging from the UW–Madison 2009 Reaccreditation Project features housing director Paul Evans and library sciences professor Louise Robbins.
Now in its seventh year, the Wisconsin Book Festival has something for everyone during five days of panels, workshops and performances by local and nationally recognized authors. UW–Madison plays a large role in the festival, from hosting campus events to spotlighting books published by the UW Press.
University of Wisconsin–Madison William F. Vilas Professor of Anthropology Emiko Ohnuki-Tierney has been named John W. Kluge Distinguished Chair of Modern Culture by the Librarian of Congress.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison conducted the first full-scale test of WiscAlerts-Text, its emergency text-messaging service, at 1:15 p.m. today (Oct. 1).
A UW–Madison staff member escaped injury on Sept. 11 after being mugged by two men outside Bascom Hall. The incident took place at 9:45 p.m. near the southwest corner of the building, according to UWPD.
The Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery is launching a new and powerful online resource for finding researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. The Wisconsin Discovery Portal, located at http://discoveryportal.org, is a Web-based search tool and directory offering professional profiles of 2,600 UW–Madison researchers.
A cooperative textbook project between the Office of the Registrar and the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) was launched on Aug. 18.
A group of 10 graduate and postdoctoral students from UW–Madison visited the UW-Richland campus on July 3.
The campus is now engaged in an ongoing effort to review and update information technology policies, and faculty and staff input can help to make that effort a success.
Before strip malls and subdivisions cropped up around Madison, University of Wisconsin–Madison students often earned extra money in the summer by plucking fat, green worms from tobacco plants in nearby Sun Prairie.
Many deans and program leaders at the University of Wisconsin–Madison may feel like their array of bright young faculty members serves as a recruiting pool for other institutions.