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Physics professor Marshall Onellion has a new job title this semester: official tackling dummy for his freshmen students. It’s part of his scheme to provoke controversial discussion and to get his students really thinking. Oddly enough, he’s instigating this debate in a physics class.
The departments of wildlife ecology and forestry ecology and management at the University of Wisconsin–Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences are merging to become the department of forest and wildlife ecology.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison Formula SAE Racing student vehicle team took first place at the international competition in Detroit.
It's a Milwaukee Brewers fan's dream: Spend the summer at Miller Park, get paid to do it, and get some resume-building professional experience to boot. This month, UW–Madison seniors Maureen Riley and Hannah Buchen begin summer internships with Milwaukee Sportservice, the company that provides food, beverage and retail services to Milwaukee's Miller Park.
UW–Madison’s Student Personnel Association honored the efforts of nine individuals with its Outstanding Achievement Awards. The honors were distributed at a luncheon held on April 18.
On Thursday, April 12, from 9:45 a.m.-4 p.m., more than 200 undergraduate researchers from disciplines across campus will present their “ideas that matter” to the community at the ninth annual Undergraduate Symposium.
BusinessWeek magazine has ranked the undergraduate business program of the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Business 28th in the nation and fourth in the Big Ten. Last year, Wisconsin was ranked 27th nationally and fifth in the Big Ten.