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Badgers get innovative: Eight students and their summer research

Summer is a time for learning in the lab as well as the classroom. Eight students share what they’re working on, from treating autism to robotic reading tutors.

Badgers get innovative: Eight students and their summer research

While most of us think of summer as a time for fun, it’s also an important time for UW students to do research. This year, UW-Madison awarded $2,000 research scholarships to 35 students taking Summer Term courses. From developing reading robots to treating autism, find out what eight Badgers will be researching this summer.

Two women’s rowing crews take home silver

At the 2017 Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) National Championships this past Sunday, the women’s lightweight rowing teams won second-place in the lightweight four and lightweight double sculls events. UW claimed fourth in the lightweight eight.

Club Basketball teams battle to win at nationals

The Division of Recreational Sports and the University of Wisconsin-Madison were well represented at the 2017 NIRSA National Basketball Championships hosted by Ohio State University April 29-30.

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Event to honor students who passed away this year

On May 5, UW-Madison will honor students who passed away during the summer and this academic year during a memorial performance at 1 p.m. at Muir Knoll.

Students on the Streets: Sleep Loss

Video: Cynthia Liu went out on the street to ask students about the longest time they’ve gone without sleep and came back with some interesting and varying answers. Yay college, right?

Volunteers sought during residence hall move-out

Each year, University Housing engages students, staff, and a host of partners to donate and recycle unwanted items during move out. University Housing is asking for volunteers to help residents and their families say goodbye sustainably to items they don’t need.

Who says students can’t have start-ups?

Every startup should have an origin story, like Apple and its essential garage. A UW-Madison senior has invented a product to stop an invasive species we know all too well: Buckthorn.

Photo: Aerial view of Bascom Hill and surrounding campus

Video: Speak up about campus climate

No one knows campus better than you. Help us make UW-Madison’s campus a better place for all students by taking part in the Campus Climate Survey, before it ends on Monday. It can be accessed through an email you’ve received. 

Compliance with Drug-Free Schools & Communities Act

All members of the campus community are strongly encouraged to help make UW-Madison a drug-free place to live and learn. You can do this by learning about substance abuse, encouraging others to avoid abuse, and getting help – for yourself or someone you care about.