This year, Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe University hosted LA 360: Indigenous Field-Based Learning for Land Stewardship, a weeklong summer field course that interweaves Native history and culture with science education. UW–Madison will host the course in 2024.
Now in its third year, the Flow Project highlights not only the value of art as a tool to communicate science, but also as a way to inspire new science across University of Wisconsin campuses.
Members of the UW–Madison community may enter up to three images by the June 15 deadline.
The Phi Beta Kappa ceremony inducting 200 students took place at Varsity Hall in Union South. Photo: Taylor Wolfram On Saturday, April…
April 17-23, students across campus put their talents and creativity to work for Earth Week, showcasing the myriad efforts across campus to make UW, Wisconsin and planet Earth more sustainable.
Students created and ran a public relations campaign for the Dane County nonprofit as part of their public relations strategy coursework.
The team was deemed the most persuasive in the nation, winning with their argument, “we should regret the fear of death.”
Mechanical Engineering undergraduate students Teekay Kowalewski (left) and Dylan Zinkgraf (right) present Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin with a larger-scale, recast version of the University…
UW–Madison is constantly evolving to make sure higher education captures student interest and meets the needs of employers here in Wisconsin and around the world.
With winter break over, students returned to class, reunited with friends, picked up bus passes and prepared for another semester of learning.
A sudden snowfall late on Dec. 14 (and early on Dec. 15) was the perfect study break opportunity for a group of students who met up on Bascom Hill.
With finals beginning on Friday and class projects due, now is the time when students across campus hunker down to study.