Tag Student awards
Seventeen undergraduate students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are the first recipients of new need-based scholarships in environmental studies that promote community service.
University of Wisconsin–Madison juniors Asad L. Asad and Nicholas Lillios have recently been awarded $30,000 each for graduate study. Asad was recently announced as one of only 20 undergraduates in the U.S. to be selected as a 2010 Beinecke Scholar, and Lillios was recently announced as one of only 60 to be selected as a 2010 Truman Scholar.
A plan to develop advanced materials for wound care and surgical applications presented by Ankit Agarwal, a Kauffman Entrepreneurial Postdoctoral Fellow in Biomedical Engineering, and Umang…
The Alpha Chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa Society at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, recently welcomed its 2010 initiates in a ceremony held at the…
Daniel Lecoanet, who will graduate with comprehensive honors from University of Wisconsin–Madison this spring with a double major in math and physics, has won a five-year, no-strings-attached fellowship to pursue graduate studies.
For the second year running, the University of Wisconsin–Madison rode to the top of both divisions of the SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge held at Michigan Technological University.
The U.S. Postal Service has given both of its awards for scholarship on the history of the American postal system to University of Wisconsin–Madison researchers.
All Meyerhoff Excellence Award-winning juniors and seniors are now eligible to apply for the new Meyerhoff Wisconsin Experience Fellowship.
Each spring, the Leadership Trust Award, offered by the Letters & Science Honors Program, grants up to two students with awards equal to two semesters of tuition (currently totaling more than $8,000) plus project funds up to $3,000.
Jeffrey Vinokur knows a thing or two about being self-taught.
A system to make fruit tree pesticide spraying safer for people and the environment won the top prize and $10,000 in the Schoofs Prize for Creativity, an annual competition at the University of Wisconsin–Madison that rewards innovative and marketable ideas.
A student who has engaged in chemistry and mathematics research on campus since high school is the University of Wisconsin–Madison's third Churchill Scholar - and the first in 30 years.
A University of Wisconsin–Madison student computer team has earned an honorable mention at a world championship competition, held last week in Harbin, China.
Work on a project to provide a Haitian community with hydroelectric power has won the University of Wisconsin–Madison's chapter of Engineers Without Borders a prestigious United Nations engineering award.
A computer team from the University of Wisconsin–Madison got official notification on Nov. 10 that it will be heading to Harbin, China, for the world championship in February.
Continuing the University of Wisconsin–Madison's strong tradition of global engagement, the campus is ranked once again in the top 10 of research institutions nationwide in the number of Fulbright Fellowships awarded to students.
Entrepreneurship is thriving across the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus, and four student-run businesses captured that spirit and have been awarded seed grants to nurture their startups.
Graduate students and faculty in the University of Wisconsin–Madison's Joint Program in Mass Communications landed several awards - the most in recent memory - at a national conference for journalism educators this week.
For Joel Charles of Green Bay, Wis., choosing a career path is more than calculating income or raking in benefits.