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Project 72

Photo: Daphne & Lloyd Holterman

Efforts to highlight UW-Madison's connections with the people and communities of Wisconsin will reach every corner of the state through Project 72. The campaign (which received no taxpayer or tuition funding) has placed billboards or other advertising in each of the state's 72 counties featuring a local person whose UW ties have benefited society. Their full stories — including that of Jefferson County farmers Daphne and Lloyd Holterman (above) — are featured on a website that vividly documents our partnerships across America's Dairyland.

Top Stories

Get caught up on summer campus happenings

Photo: Pair of sunglasses

The pace of life on campus is different over the summer. But that doesn’t mean business grinds to a halt. UW–Madison has been a busy place over the past three months. If you were paying more attention to backyard grilling than to UW news, here are a few highlights.

Student Life announces restructuring

Photo: Bascom Hall

The Dean of Students Office is being split into two departments: the Dean of Students Office, focused on student assistance and advocacy as well as faculty/staff consultation, and the Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards, which will address nonacademic and academic misconduct.

At the DoIT Tech Store: Your Fitness Essentials

From Beats to Fitbits to Yurbuds, the DoIT Tech Store has your fitness essentials, deep academic discounts, and convenient on-campus store locations.

Around Campus

Photos: Students welcomed back to campus

For some, it was the exciting and maybe a little scary beginning of college life. Others were returning to their favorite places and friends. Both new and continuing students were welcomed back to campus with a series of events last week, including a road race, a festival and a chance to pose with Bucky.

Regents: UW is the state’s best return on investment

Photo: Regina Millner

Regents Regina Millner and John Behling say every dollar of taxpayer support for the UW System provides at least a $10 return to the Wisconsin economy. "Clearly, this is an excellent return on our investment," they write, urging support for the System's 2017-19 budget request to the governor.

Consortium, MBA add up to executive finance career

Photo: Jorge Cardona

Even though Jorge Cardona is a numbers guy, it’s his words that can make the greatest impact. Each year he speaks with high school students and knows his presence makes a difference. Cardona received an MBA from the Wisconsin School of Business as a Consortium for Graduate Study in Management fellow.

Outside UW

Schoolteachers conduct bioenergy research

Photo: Cherrie Anne Maner

After shepherding their science students out of the classroom for the summer, Cherrie Anne Maner of Fond du Lac and Lisa Sorlie of Bonduel came to UW-Madison to hone their research skills and begin work on new lesson plans as participants in the Research Experience for Teachers (RET) program.

Campus Initiatives

Police to conduct active shooter response training

Graphic: UWPD logo

This fall, UWPD will be hosting active shooter response training for the general campus community and its partners. The training will focus on tactics to help you survive in a shooting incident, what to expect from law enforcement, and how to plan before an event ever happens.  


New faculty focus: Jacques Galipeau

Photo: Jacques Galipeau

Jacques Galipeau, Marilyn and Don Anderson Professor of Cancer Research and assistant dean for therapeutics discovery and develop-ment, has joined the Department of Medicine. He is an expert in harnessing a patient’s own stem cells to fight cancer, autoimmune diseases, and to restore damaged tissues.

Carbone’s Race for Research

Register today for this 5k run/walk and help raise funds for new research initiatives at the UW Carbone Cancer Center. Sat. Oct. 1, UW Campus.


TV show highlights UW’s role in agriculture

Photo: Farmer pitching hay

UW-Madison and Wisconsin Public Television have partnered on “Wisconsin’s Homegrown Farmer,” a program about the challenges facing a new generation of farmers that will begin airing Sept. 8. The show features three families working with UW-Madison researchers to make modern farming a success.


Bob Paulos leads Physical Sciences Lab

Photo: Bob Paulos

Whether you need a more rugged boat-mounted water testing rig made, or a 20-year-old spectrometer or circuit board upgraded, the Physical Sciences Lab delivers with expertise and teamwork. Overseeing these diverse projects is Bob Paulos, recently named the lab’s director.  

In the Media

Orrantia outlines vision for community relations

Photo: Leslie Orrantia

UW-Madison's new director of community relations, Leslie Orrantia, tells Madison365 about her whirlwind first two weeks in the role and her vision for the job. Orrantia is the primary campus point of contact with city and county government, and other local leaders and legislative bodies.

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