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An idea that began as a homework assignment for two UW–Madison sophomores living in Sellery Hall's Entrepreneurial Residential Learning Community, has since grown into a fully functional, award-winning website that serves hundreds of UW–Madison students.
As a child, Joshua Shutter's introduction to chemistry came through library books, learning to make rock candy and bottle rockets.
Andrew Bulovsky's Twitter profile reads like a mini-resume for student involvement. He's vice president of the University of Wisconsin–Madison's Class of 2014, a hockey player, golfer, Wisconsinite and proud Badger.
University of Wisconsin–Madison senior Drew Birrenkott has been awarded a 2014 Rhodes Scholarship. He joins an elite group of students that have received one of the top honors in higher education.
UW–Madison employs more than 1,700 teaching assistants, working in a broad range of disciplines across campus. Nominations are now being sought to recognize outstanding performance through the Campus-Wide TA Awards.
Even in the University of Wisconsin–Madison College of Engineering, where undergraduates are encouraged to seek hands-on experience, it’s rare that a faculty member finds himself taken aback by a freshman’s eagerness to get involved in research.
As the world's population continues to increase, so does the need for sustainable and secure food systems. A new student contest run by the University of Wisconsin–Madison advances the idea that long-term solutions in agriculture cannot draw on innovations from only one discipline.
Ten projects ranging from expanding higher learning opportunities for low-income residents of Madison to designing and constructing a biogas system in Uganda have been chosen as spring 2013 recipients of Ira and Ineva Reilly Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment grants.
Eleven University of Wisconsin–Madison students have received 2013-14 fellowships from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, the country's flagship program for international exchange.
Fetch Rewards LLC, a mobile application designed to reinvent the grocery shopping experience, won the $10,000 Innovative Minds Challenge on May 10 at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
This year’s Chancellor’s Undergraduate Awards ceremony will recognize 135 UW–Madison winners of the Hilldale Fellowship, the Herfurth and Kubly Awards, the Holstrom Environmental Scholarship and the University Book Store Awards, as well as winners of the national Goldwater, Udall and Truman scholarships and more.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison recently announced the 2013 initiates for the Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society.
UW-Madison students will put their entrepreneurial skills to the test Friday in the G. Steven Burrill Business Plan Competition.
Rest a laptop computer on your lap for any length of time and you'll quickly appreciate how much heat it generates.
While other students still slumber or are just getting their day started, the Air Force ROTC “Flying Badgers” have already worked up a sweat running laps at the Shell on campus.
A team of five students from the University of Wisconsin–Madison La Follette School won first place for their strategies to combat childhood obesity in a national public affairs competition in Washington, D.C., March 22-23.
Painter and sculptor Emily Belknap has been named the winner of the 2013 Chazen Prize to an Outstanding MFA Student.