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Science News writer will be in residence in September

August 27, 2008

Nathan Seppa, Science News biomedical writer, will be the biomedical and public health writer in residence on campus from Monday–Friday, Sept. 8–12, will give a public talk, “Evolutionary Medicine: What Happens When We Are Hard-Wired for the Stone Age but Live in the Modern World,” at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 11, at Memorial Union (check Today in the Union for room).

Internet users had a better handle on politics in 2004, study finds

July 2, 2007

As candidates and pundits look to the Internet in the 2008 presidential campaign, a University of Wisconsin–Madison study shows that Web users during the last election cycle had a more thorough understanding of presidential politics than users of other media.

Survey examines Americans’ trust in science

May 1, 2007

When it comes to forming opinions on controversial scientific issues, Americans show a strong deference to the views of the scientific community, according to a study co-authored by a University of Wisconsin–Madison researcher.

Inaugural Taylor Lecture features Coca-Cola executive

April 23, 2007

Ben Deutsch, director of corporate communications for The Coca-Cola Co. and a University of Wisconsin–Madison graduate, will give the first Robert Taylor Lecture in Public Relations on Thursday, April 26.

Communicators’ accomplishments, leadership honored at annual banquet

March 29, 2007

The achievements of five communications professionals will be marked at the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communications annual banquet on Friday, April 13.