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Moments in Time

Life goes by in a blur most days, yet there are compelling moments taking place all around us — if only we had time to look. Fortunately, two photographers at University Communications and Marketing see the world differently, and they happily capture, then share, what they’ve seen. They've chosen these images among the thousands they make each year as they chronicle the faces and places on our campus.

Top Stories

Amazing grads: Jimmy Anderson

Photo: Jimmy Anderson

Two-and-a-half years ago, in his third year at the UW Law School, Jimmy Anderson was paralyzed from the neck down by a drunk driver. But he didn't give up on a legal career, and this weekend will graduate with a law degree. Prepare to be inspired as you read about his amazing journey.

Provost outlines child abuse reporting guidelines

Provost Paul M. DeLuca Jr. details guidelines for reporting child abuse or neglect for the campus community, in accordance with a governor's executive order on this important issue.

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Around Campus

Let it snow! Donated coats help students enjoy winter

Photo: Clothing drive

More than a dozen par­tic­i­pants in the Vis­it­ing Inter­na­tional Stu­dent Pro­gram received donated coats and hats to pre­pare for winter. The program's Win­ter Cloth­ing Drive, which served stu­dents from places such as Brazil, China, India, and Tai­wan, was spon­sored by Adult Career and Spe­cial Stu­dent Ser­vices.

Autistic boy designs cards to benefit Waisman Center

Image: card with snowman

A 10-year-old boy with autism and his brother have designed hand-drawn holiday greeting cards that are being sold to benefit research at the Waisman Center. The cards, which can be ordered on the Waisman website's Giving page, raise not just money but also awareness.

Inside Info

Traveling safely during the holidays

You’re headed to Grandma’s house for the holidays. While you’re preparing for the trip, make sure safety is on your to-do list. Whether traveling by car or plane, here are tips from UW Health's Growing Up Healthy Blog.


Meet Joe Glass of the School of Social Work

Photo: Joe Glass

Joe Glass is in his first year as an assistant professor in the School of Social Work, where his research focuses on addictions. He studies the range of psychological and social factors that interfere with help seeking for alcohol problems.


Bulletin board material found

Historic posters, flyers and other documents found during campus construction in summer 2012 are assembled here by the UW-Madison Archives. Items were originally posted on various bulletin boards throughout Tripp and Adams Halls between 1961-1973.  


Honors span physics to vet med and beyond …

Four neurology faculty members win national awards; Brian Christens in the School of Human Ecology receives national early career award; five grad students of color to be inducted into Bouchet Society; five from UW-Madison named fellows of the American Physical Society; former veterinary medicine Dean Daryl Buss wins Farm Bureau award.

In the Media

Magazine says we need more of what Nemet does

Photo: Greg Nemet

Assistant Professor of Public Affairs and Environmental Studies Greg Nemet, whose work focuses on energy and the environment, is featured in The Atlantic as a scholar who "embodies the kind of research we need more of" in energy technology development.      


Retired administrator joins words and art

Photo: Blair Matthews

After retiring in 1994 as associate dean in the College of Letters & Science, Blair Mathews has maintained his connection with the university through a variety of channels. Now, as a poet, Mathews brings a different kind of work back to campus in two current exhibits.  

Badger Watch Safety Conference set for Jan. 10

The conference, free and sponsored by the UW–Madison Police Department, is open to  campus community members. Badger Watch is the campus's crime prevention program. Becoming a volunteer is easy and only involves attending the initial training. Registration ends Jan. 3.  

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