A new class in Engineering will teach students how to fly drones and challenge them to apply what they’ve learned to create a product for a company.
This summer, a brand-new course is being offered at UW-Madison that will teach students how to operate drones and use them to collect data for commercial uses. The first of its kind at UW, the course will continue to be offered in future semesters.
Two commencement ceremonies will be held in Spring 2017 — at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, May 12, at the Kohl Center, for doctoral and medical professional candidates. And at noon Saturday, May 13, at Camp Randall Stadium, for bachelor’s, master’s and law degree candidates. No tickets are required for either ceremony.
Karla Foster, campus and community liaison for the Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement, shows Chancellor Rebecca Blank glass panels etched with references to notable moments in black history at today’s grand opening for the Black Cultural Center in the Red Gym. (Photo by Jeff Miller/UW-Madison)
Director Mike Leckrone has led high-energy UW Varsity Marching Band concerts for 43 years, and he wasn’t going to let recent double-bypass surgery slow him. The band ended its year on a high note with concerts on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Check out these photos.
After a long winter in storage, the colorful sunburst chairs returned to the Memorial Union Terrace Thursday. Just add some real sunshine, and let the studying and socializing begin. – See more at: http://news.wisc.edu/just-add-sunshine/#sthash.0yGUgvcW.dpuf
Plenty of future Badgers were here on Saturday, April 8, as the younger brothers and sisters of UW-Madison students explored campus as part of Sibs Day activities. In addition to a scavenger hunt and science experiments, they got to pose with Bucky Badger. They’ve been indoctrinated early.
Do you know what a tongue muscle looks like under extreme magnification? A thermal image of a cow? A close-up of a spider poised to jump? Check out the winners in the Cool Science Image contest.
Senior Elise Schimke loves libraries, and she found a way to capture the essence of the more than 40 on campus — through photos. The result is “Libraries of UW-Madison,” a quirky trip through the stacks of a top university.