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  • Cool Science Image Contest, 2020

    Posted on Feb 14th

    Share your work and your passionate interest in science by contributing an entry to the Cool Science Image contest! The contest is open […]

  • Two November Evenings, Finding Yourself in STEM

    Posted on Oct 24th

    Finding Yourself in STEM is a student-led series to build community, practice self-care, and talk through how to succeed in STEM fields. Please […]

  • Indigenous Knowledge, Inspired by the Land, Fall Lecture Series

    Posted on Sep 20th

    During four consecutive Tuesdays in October, the UW Arboretum will host four speakers—Patricia Loew, Diana Peterson, Omar Poler and Michael Dockry—who will […]

  • UW Family Gardening Day, May 4

    Posted on Apr 30th

    Spring is here to stay (or, at least, we hope)! On Saturday, May 4 (10:00 AM-1:00 PM), Steenbock Library and BioCommons, along […]

  • Got Visual Data? Enter the 2019 Cool Science Image Contest

    Posted on Feb 1st

    Share your work and your passionate interest in science by contributing an entry to the 2019 Cool Science Image contest. The contest is […]

  • Foresty Club Tree and Wreath Sale (Nov 30-Dec 2)

    Posted on Nov 26th

    The UW Forestry Club will offer the campus community a selection of trees and wreaths during its annual sale, November 30-December 2, 2018 at […]

  • Bee Research (in Wisconsin)

    Posted on Aug 14th

    Are you researching bumble bees at the University of Wisconsin or just curious about our summertime friends? The university has a great […]

  • UW Family Gardening Day, May 5

    Posted on May 1st

    Put some “spring” in your step with a visit to our neighborhood, Saturday, May 5! From 10:00 AM until 1:00 PM, the D.C. […]

  • Go Big Read Selected for 2018-2019!

    Posted on Apr 19th

    Chancellor Rebecca Blank and a review committee of campus faculty, staff and students have selected Dan Egan’s The Death and Life of the Great Lakes as […]

  • Full STEAM Ahead!

    Posted on Apr 3rd

    Madison is a city rich with opportunities for exploring the sciences, engineering and affiliated disciplines. Explore what our university has to offer […]

  • Madison Reads Leopold, (March 3)

    Posted on Feb 26th

    Visit the UW Arboretum for its 13th annual reading from Aldo Leopold’s A Sand County Almanac–among other essays and inspired performances–Saturday, March 3 (beginning at […]

  • Cool Science Images, 2018 Contest

    Posted on Feb 1st

    Share your work and your passionate interest in science by contributing an entry to the Cool Science Image contest. The contest is open […]