Phone service to most or all of Bascom Hall, North Hall, South Hall and possibly other nearby buildings will be unavailable beginning the evening of Friday, Sept. 9. The outage will last through the weekend.
Maureen Grant, a 26-year employee of UW Libraries, is being remembered as a talented colleague and conversationalist. Grant was identified Thursday afternoon as the victim of Wednesday’s fatal University Avenue accident involving a Madison Metro bus.
In engineering and the physical, medical and psychological sciences, equipment is often a critical barrier between a bright hypothesis and a scientific achievement. Science by definition involves doing something new, and that something new often requires a one-of-a-kind instrument. A whatchamacallit. A gadget. Anything from a specialized bolt to a self-propelled machine.
From scenes of rolling green hills and red barns in warm evening sunlight to the distinctive architecture of the UW campus, the oil paintings of Georgene Pomplun evoke the essence of life in south central Wisconsin.
Academic staff members will have opportunities to brush up on important issues, learn new skills and techniques, and learn about organizations and programs available to them during this year’s academic staff institute.
Events across the UW–Madison campus continue to provide support for Haitian earthquake relief. Thousands of dollars worth of donations have poured in already, as the university community responds to the devastation in the impoverished Caribbean nation.
The Office of the Secretary of the Academic Staff is an unlikely place for an art gallery. But a recent remodeling of the office left a more open room, lots of sunlight and bare white walls that called out for some color.
Since it was founded in 1996, the Morgridge Center for Public Service at the University of Wisconsin–Madison has gained wide campus and community recognition for its leadership and advocacy role in promoting civic engagement, volunteerism and service learning.