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The Student Personnel Association recently honored the efforts of nine individuals with its Outstanding Achievement Awards.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison was highly ranked in several categories in a recent report on college completion published Monday by the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Jim Steele, 59, associate registrar for student records, died Tuesday, Jan. 24, after a lengthy illness.
As part of a comprehensive plan to improve student academic advising services, the University of Wisconsin–Madison has named Wren Singer to the new position of director of undergraduate advising.
As part of a comprehensive plan to improve academic advising services - recognized as a critical element of undergraduate education - UW–Madison has announced five finalists for a newly created position of director of undergraduate advising.
More than 340 undergraduate biology students will present their research at the Introductory Biology Research Symposium on Thursday, May 5, from 5-7 p.m. in Varsity Hall in the new Union South.
American colleges and universities are becoming less productive in getting students through to graduation, but their productivity can be improved, according to a new study by two University of Wisconsin–Madison education experts.
Scott Owczarek has been named University Registrar at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management Joanne Berg announced today (Friday, Dec 10).
Chancellor Biddy Martin has accepted 15 additional projects to complete the second round of funding for the Madison Initiative for Undergraduates.
With a larger sampling from the humanities combined with the traditional caliber of scientific research, the 400 or so projects at the 12th annual Undergraduate Symposium have little in common but the gifted students behind them.
UW-Madison has confirmed the safety of all of its students studying in Chile in the wake of the massive earthquake. International Academic Programs has a total of 24 students in its program at Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile in Santiago (12 UW–Madison undergraduate students; 12 University Michigan students), with three additional students studying elsewhere in Santiago with programs affiliated with the Wisconsin School of Business (1) and the College of Engineering (2).
Record numbers of University of Wisconsin–Madison students are earning some of their academic credit abroad, with a participation rate that far exceeds the national average. What is more, they are increasingly choosing to study in previously non-traditional destinations such as China and India.
University of Wisconsin–Madison Chancellor Biddy Martin and the Madison Initiative for Undergraduates Oversight Committee have identified eight proposals, ranging from an electronic system designed to capture notes of student meetings with advisers to College of Letters & Science faculty lines, to become the first recipients of funding from the innovative program.
Incoming first-year student Dillon Dryja (left) talks with Letters and Science Honors academic advisor Leah Pribbenow (right) about registering for his classes during a…
Based on the recommendation of the International Emergency Response Committee (IERC), UW–Madison Chancellor Biddy Martin has lifted the campus advisory on nonessential travel to Mexico.
The UW–Madison Steel Bridge Team assembles its bridge entry during a timed practice in the foyer of the Engineering Centers Building on May 13, 2009.
Since the mid-1990s, UW–Madison has experienced a surge of interest in biology, a phenomenon that has challenged the folks who run UW–Madison's biggest portal to this hot field: Introductory Biology 151 and 152 in the College of Letters and Science.
Madison will get its own version of “Project Runway” at the School of Human Ecology’s student fashion show to be held Saturday, May 9, at the Monona Terrace Convention Center, 1 John Nolen Drive.
Ph.D. student in literary studies Todd Goddard has found a way to unite his concern for the environment with his teaching. In his section of English 201, he provides 16 students with real-world communications experience while giving 11 local nonprofits some much-needed help. In the process, he helps increase environmental awareness among his students and the audiences they serve.
UW-Madison’s production of “Hair”, which will close University Theatre’s season, has entailed 24 undergraduate cast members, a guest director, a grueling rehearsal schedule and an ambitious goal of being as authentic as possible.