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Campus vegetable garden beckons passing snackers

By now, you may have noticed the lush vegetable garden beds outside the wrought-iron fence surrounding Allen Centennial Gardens at Observatory and Babcock drives.

Top Stories

Housing to honor alum Vel Phillips

This weekend, University Housing will be renaming Friedrick Hall to Vel Phillips Hall, in honor of one of UW's distinguished alums. The houses and lounge areas in this hall will also be named after other alumnae who have had a positive impact on politics, civil rights and the women's movement.

Working Mother magazine rates UW Hospital one of 10 ‘Best Companies for Kids’

A national magazine says only 10 companies in the U.S. have been recognized for programs that help employees who have children, and UW Hospital and Clinics is one of them.

The Red Shirt

Put Bucky where your heart is by getting The Red Shirt! Proceeds benefit the Great People Scholarship. Bring out your Badger. It makes a difference.

Around Campus

Traffic update: Lane closure on West Dayton Street

Starting this week, West Dayton Street will be down to one lane between Charter Street and Mills Street due to the Charter Street Heating Plant project.

Crim moving to School of Education

School of Education Dean Julie Underwood has named seasoned campus administrator Dawn Crim as the school's associate dean for external relations. The external relations dean is responsible for overseeing the school's communications, development, and alumni and public relations efforts.


Sharon Dunwoody receives Deutschmann Award

Sharon Dunwoody received the Paul J. Deutschmann Award from the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. The award recognizes career achievements in research. Pat Curtain of University of Oregon introduced Dunwoody in this YouTube clip of the event.

In the Media

WPR: UW to offer dual law-neuroscience degree

The Law School is launching a dual degree this year in law and neuroscience. Listen to the full story in this WPR clip.


Urban Horticulture Field Day

Saturday, Aug. 20, West Madison Ag Research Station, 8502 Mineral Point Road. The event offers a free, fun and varied program aimed at spreading knowledge about gardening and produce.

Get Involved: Submit an idea, link or photo to Inside UW–Madison.