Students from the University of Wisconsin–Madison chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) are inviting Madison community members to join them the morning of Saturday, Aug. 21, to help design a biofiltration garden that will clean the Vilas Beach area of Lake Wingra.
Year after year, the University of Wisconsin–Madison has produced top numbers of Peace Corps members, working to extend understanding around the world. But recent graduates also continue to make a measurable impact on educational equity here in the United States.
Organic vegetables will be the focus when the University of Wisconsin–Madison holds its fourth annual Organic Agriculture Field Day on Wednesday, July 28, at the West Madison Agricultural Research Station.
July 12, 2010
The audience laughs and applauds as the performers on stage pull trick after trick from their sleeves: suspending a ball in midair, defying gravity, turning water into ice right before people's eyes.
This summer marks the 10th anniversary of Grandparents University at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and nearly 900 grandparents and grandchildren will be on campus as alumni bring a new generation to experience college life through two days of interactive, hands-on learning.
If there is any way to take in the full depth and breadth of the science being practiced and developed at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, the eighth annual Science Expeditions celebration is the way to do it.
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.
A broad partnership of Madison-area education, health, government and nonprofit organizations, including the University of Wisconsin–Madison, has been awarded $5.1 million in federal stimulus funding to expand access to computer networks for underserved communities and local agencies.
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.
Are you eager to enter the "On, Wisconsin!" YouTube competition and win a trip to Las Vegas? Are you holding back because you don't want to deal with videotaping, uploading and other technical details?
The Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison will join the Madison Metropolitan School District in a three-year project to prepare science teachers to be climate-literacy ambassadors in their schools and communities.
Languages, literary fame, poetry, filmmaking and the supernatural are topics included in the programming lineup for the spring semester of the Year of the Humanities at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.