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158 students and two faculty members were honored at the 2016 spring banquet.
The Truman award has become one of the most prestigious national scholarships in the United States.
UW-Madison presents the awards to two people who’ve resumed their academic careers after a significant interruption while juggling all the demands of adult life.
Out of the 1,150 nominations received in 2016, 252 scholars were named nationwide. All four of UW–Madison’s nominees received the award.
Joanna Lawrence received her bachelor’s degree in anthropology from UW–Madison and completed her master’s degree in archaeology at Cambridge last year.
A team of engineering students won 3rd place overall in a worldwide competition to design a pod for shuttling people on the futuristic high-speed transportation system known.
Yei Hwan Jung, a graduate student in the lab of University of Wisconsin–Madison electrical and computer engineering Professor Zhenqiang “Jack” Ma, has been named an International Student Research Fellow by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI).
The Division of Student Life is seeking nominations for UW–Madison’s recipient of the UW System P.B. Poorman Award.
Three University of Wisconsin–Madison students will receive the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship for undergraduate excellence in the sciences.
The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation has selected two University of Wisconsin–Madison students to receive the Truman Scholarship, an award given annually to undergraduates planning for careers in public service leadership.