The University of Wisconsin–Madison's Pre-college Enrichment Opportunity Program for Learning Excellence (PEOPLE) program is the recipient of the sixth annual Regents' Diversity Award for team excellence, presented by the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents.
Here at home and around the world, people are called to serve their countries, their communities and other missions. Some volunteer, some are drafted, and others find themselves pressed into service by their circumstances.
A barren prairie changed by war but filled with memories, a dairy-waste plant powering more than 3,000 homes and the celebration of Native American storytelling through technology are among the stories told in this year's Curb magazine.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison announced last week that it would be joining the University of Wisconsin System’s UW Flexible Option and offer a non-credit certificate in Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Counseling.
A harvest helmet that holds growing wheat and plays music, metal safety goggles and miniature ice cream scoops – these are just a few of the objects produced by University of Wisconsin–Madison student metal artists.
Students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison who are curious about studying abroad, but still reluctant about plunging into an overseas experience will have a new way to test international waters, starting next summer.
Smartphones and tablets may be better learning tools for toddlers younger than 2 1/2 years old than "Sesame Street" and other educational TV programs, according to a researcher in the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Human Ecology.