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The first University of Wisconsin–Madison flu shot clinic of the season will be held Friday, Oct. 1, at the SERF, 715 W. Dayton St., from noon-5 p.m.. Students, faculty and staff can drop in without an appointment, get their seasonal flu shot out of the way and be treated to some early Halloween candy.
Danielle Oakley has been selected as the new UHS director of counseling and consultation services at University Health Services (UHS), according to UHS executive director Sarah Van Orman. UHS is the student health center of UW–Madison.
Campus and community leaders are honoring the groundbreaking work of UW–Madison’s PACE Project as the group nears the finale of its successful 14-year tenure.
Thomas L. Sieger has been named the new director of prevention services and campus health initiatives at University Health Services (UHS), the student health clinic of the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
The family and friends of Jeffrey Matthew Slosarczyk are remembering him as an intelligent and diligent student, highly dedicated to his studies.
University Health Services (UHS) has once again received national recognition for providing the highest levels of quality care.
With the excitement of a snow day behind them, University of Wisconsin–Madison students returned to the libraries to write the semester's last research papers and study for final exams, which begin Thursday, Dec. 17.
University of Wisconsin–Madison students aged 24 and under are encouraged to come to the Southeast Recreational Facility (SERF) on Friday, Dec. 4, to get a free H1N1 flu shot in a flash.
In the wake of a recent student death in University Housing, UW–Madison Dean of Students Lori Berquam is reminding the campus community that resources are always available to students who are experiencing difficult times.
As has been widely expected, UW–Madison officials have received reports this week that some students have come down with symptoms characteristic of influenza.
As University of Wisconsin–Madison students, faculty and staff prepare for next week's start of the 2009-10 academic year, administrators and campus health officials are finalizing plans to manage an expected re-emergence of the H1N1 influenza virus, or "swine flu."
As University of Wisconsin–Madison students hit the libraries to prepare for final exams, research papers and presentations, the University Health Services (UHS) "Counseling Canines" are headed back to Library Mall for the annual Pet Therapy study break.
Gerald Ryan has been named director of clinical services at University Health Services (UHS), the student health clinic at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison has been selected to receive a three-year, $300,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice and the Office on Violence Against Women to help address the causes of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking.
Nearly 11,000 University of Wisconsin–Madison students, faculty and staff members have received flu vaccinations so far this season.
With final exams scheduled to begin on Sunday, Dec. 14, the workload for many University of Wisconsin–Madison students is steadily increasing.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison continues to monitor reported cases of gastroenteritis among students and provide information to help limit the spread of disease, following the first cases of suspected norovirus that were seen at University Health Services on Nov. 7.
Sarah Van Orman has been selected to lead University Health Services, the campus agency that provides University of Wisconsin–Madison students with health care services, officials announced today (June 13).