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January 16, 2013

Go Big Read seeks titles focused on global connections for 2013-’14 program

We are all linked together. Information, ideas, and culture are being shared around the globe in ways unprecedented in human history. The art, discoveries, literature, music, politics and problems of nations are not isolated to their borders—they are interconnected. This global reality provides a rich setting for myriad stories of adaptation, conflict, collaboration, cultures clashing […]

October 9, 2012

Submit your questions for Go Big Read author Lauren Redniss

Go Big Read, UW-Madison’s common book program, wants to hear from you! Dying to know something about the Go Big Read book, Radioactive? You can submit a question for the book’s author, Lauren Redniss, to be considered for the (moderated) Q & A portion of her presentation on Monday, October 15. Post your question on […]

October 4, 2012

Year of Innovation kicks off October 9

The Year of Innovation is a year-long celebration of creativity and invention at UW-Madison. Programs, events, competitions, and discussions all over campus will promote historic and current successful innovations while also facilitating new ideas and collaboration. Innovation U, an afternoon of exhibits and free short talks, serves as the Year’s official kick-off, 12:00 – 5:00 […]

September 4, 2012

#FindUW social media scavenger hunt returns on Friday, September 7

You moved into your new digs — there are books to buy, classes to find and new friends to meet. We know just how to learn the ins-and-outs of UW-Madison before the semester is in full swing. #FindUW Social Media Scavenger Hunt September 7th, 2012 Play one all day and win! How do I play? […]

August 28, 2012

Campus initiative promotes Educational Innovation

Educational Innovation empowers faculty and staff to be the agents of change for the University of Wisconsin–Madison. The inherent creativity of our world-class faculty and staff will be the spark for innovative approaches to curriculum and research, and set the university on the path to greater self-sufficiency. This coordinated effort will create a sustained campus environment that […]

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