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Latest news from Wisc.edu - Education feed

  1. Brand New Badger: Daughter of Hmong immigrants part of national push for more women in technology

    09.19 / 20:56 wisc.edu Wisc.edu - Education
    “(My parents) urged my oldest sister to go to college, and she became the role model for the rest of us,” Rosee Xiong says. “And now I’m hoping I can be a role model for other minority students and for my younger sibling…
  2. At ‘Kick Back,’ plenty of fun but deeper bonds, too

    09.19 / 18:51 wisc.edu Wisc.edu - Education
    A welcome celebration called “Kick Back” brought together students involved in various UW-Madison diversity programs, to have fun and build interpersonal con…
  3. Faculty of color welcomed to campus

    09.19 / 17:51 wisc.edu Wisc.edu - Education
    About 100 people attended UW-Madison’s Faculty of Color reception Monday at Union South. UW-Madison has added 58 new faculty of color in the last three years, said Chancellor Rebecca Blank. “One of the most important investments we have made — and continue to make — to improve the diversity of this campus is our investment in recruiting [R…
  4. UW senior takes a year off to represent the state as Miss Wisconsin

    09.19 / 14:12 wisc.edu Wisc.edu - Education
    UW-Madison senior McKenna Collins was named Miss Wisconsin in June, and the title amounts to a full-time job for a…
  5. New Faculty Focus: Reginold Royston

    09.19 / 13:18 wisc.edu Wisc.edu - Education
    Q&A     Title: Reginold Royston joined the Information School faculty as the Anna Julia Cooper Postdoctoral Fellow with a joint appointment in the Department of African Cultural Studies. He began teaching as an assistant professor this fall. Describe the career path that lead to you Madison: I’ve worked as a journalist since I was a teenager. I’ve been a reporter, […]…
  6. Van Gemert, vice provost for UW-Madison Libraries, announces retirement

    09.19 / 13:18 wisc.edu Wisc.edu - Education
    Van Gemert’s retirement follows 46 years of work with libraries, and 2018 will mark 36 years of continuous employment with the General Library S…
  7. UW Law’s Immigrant Justice Clinic works to help DACA recipients meet Oct. 5 filing deadline

    09.14 / 19:06 wisc.edu Wisc.edu - Education
    Immigrants whose DACA permits are set to expire soon can call on the University of Wisconsin Law School’s Immigrant Justice Clinic for help with their renewal a…
  8. Talking to doctors: Never simple, but getting tougher: Could this help?

    09.14 / 18:03 wisc.edu Wisc.edu - Education
    UW-Madison professor of family medicine Paul Smith is leading the development and testing of Care Talks to help people improve communication with the medical…
  9. Summer school

    09.14 / 18:03 wisc.edu Wisc.edu - Education
    A school of koi gathers around the bridge over the Pond Garden of Allen Centennial Garden on the west side of the UW-Madison campus on a brilliant late summer day. Local weather forecasts call for high temperatures in or near the 80s through the first day of fall, Sept.…
  10. UW–Madison’s D2P Igniter program seeks next round of entrepreneurs

    09.14 / 13:13 wisc.edu Wisc.edu - Education
    Igniter has helped in the creation of 17 startup companies based on UW-Madison discoveries over the past three…