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Police are warning renters about a scam targeting tenants in the UW-Madison campus area.
There are three slices taken by MRI through the right hippocampus of an 8-year-old.
Cami Collins accepts her doctorate in plasma physics from the University of Wisconsin in 2013.
Cases of mumps are increasing on the UW-Madison campus. University Health Services on campus is reporting five students have been identified to have the contagious illness.
Tracing the evolution of professional development programs in libraries has been an interest of mine since I was an Internet trainer in the mid-1990s.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
In what was described a a "priceless period piece", Rosen uncovered a document from the University of Wisconsin-Madison USA, circa 1988, that listed fifteen tips for When You Meet A Lesbian: Hints for the Heterosexual Woman.
Theodore P. "Ted" Bidwell, 87, of Janesville, died Friday, April 11, 2014, at St. Mary's Hospital, Janesville.
On the first official day of food cart season, the university said a nearly six-month construction project will relocate about 20 food cart vendors between May 19 and Oct. 31. The University of Wisconsin-Madison said Tuesday that the new locations are still being finalized, but many will be in the East Campus Mall area near the University Club and ... (more)
Like rings of a tree, hair can reveal a lot of information about the past. It can tell if a person recently used drugs or an athlete was doping.
Using just a single drop of blood, a team of University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers has developed a faster, cheaper and more accurate tool for diagnosing even mild cases of asthma.
"WTS is very proud of each our seven national scholarship winners. These women-as well as the hundreds who have won scholarships awarded by their local WTS chapters and the hundreds more who applied-have exhibited incredible dedication to preparing themselves to enter the transportation industry.
Extending a tuition freeze on the University of Wisconsin System no doubt will be popular with students and their families, and making a college education more affordable is certainly a policy goal that should be pursued by state legislators and university officials alike.
Harold E. Scheub has built a career coaxing invitations from wary strangers. Lugging a rucksack and a bulky tape recorder through rural South Africa in the 1960s, the linguist knocked on people's doors, hoping to record their stories.