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If you want your holidays to be happier, Professor Robert Enright suggests giving the gift of forgiveness. While it is helpful any time of the year, it can be especially welcome during the holidays.
For many, the holiday season brings joy, fun and cookies. Lots of cookies.
Tim Gattenby is a glass-is-half-full type of guy who brings his own brand of upbeat energy and perspective to his post as coordinator of adaptive fitness and personal training with UW–Madison's Department of Kinesiology.
For many families, the occasional evening out for dinner at a restaurant is an enjoyable treat. But for parents who care for children with autism, the notion of eating out can be panic inducing.
Rumors of Tandem Press being forced from its longtime home on the near east side of Madison are nothing new.
UW-Madison Career Services units will host the Spring Career and Internship Fair on Monday Feb. 4, which will bring more than 180 organizations to campus.
More than 4,000 students and their families will be better prepared for success in school thanks to the expansion of an initiative developed by UW–Madison’s Wisconsin Center for Education Research.
In a loftlike upper level of the purple building on the corner of University Avenue and Randall Street, people dart in and out of cubicles with NERF guns, forgetting deadlines and deliverables to wage playful battles for an hour or two with their colleagues and celebrate new office space.
As part of the Read On Wisconsin program, students from Madison's Whitehorse Middle School have dedicated their summer vacation to reading and discussing books for grades six through eight.
Two years ago, at a meeting on science and education, Richard Davidson challenged video game manufacturers to develop games that emphasize kindness and compassion instead of violence and aggression.
Graduate students in the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Education have a new opportunity to bring a global perspective into their work as they seek to tackle some of the toughest issues in education.
Many recognize undergraduate advisor Jerry Jordan’s enthusiasm as a recruitment and retention specialist for the School of Education. But fewer know of his prospects as a professional portrait artist.
Dance students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison will perform "Les Muses," a student concert featuring contemporary dance works by six emerging student choreographers and an original piece by New York artist in residence Pamela Pietro on April 26-28 at 8 p.m.
Public higher education has come under increasing scrutiny in the past year. Facing the paradox of being expected to produce an ever-more educated workforce for the 21st century with plummeting government support, public universities are struggling to adapt with the times.
Five-year-old Lauren's cerebral palsy used to make eating meals an ordeal, going to bed a challenge, and crawling an impossibility.
Several UW–Madison graduate programs are ranked among the nation’s best in the 2013 edition of U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Graduate Schools.”