Richard Burgess, the James D. Watson Professor Emeritus of Oncology, will briefly discuss his journey from being a basic scientist to founding the UW Biotechnology Center (UWBC) and becoming an entrepreneur. He will describe the role the UWBC has played in the growth of Wisconsin’s biotechnology scientific and business communities. Finally, he will describe how basic research is necessary for solving problems of practical importance.
Join UW–Madison’s James Hurley as he discusses current and emerging water-quality issues affecting our inland seas and how scientists and stakeholders are working together to address them.
Professor Steven Deller examines research about modeling community and small regional economies in order to better understand the changing dynamics of the economy, assess the impact of those changes, and identify local economic strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.
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- Posted on 8/8/16
Enjoy cocktails for a cause and a little holiday cheer with your fellow Badgers! Join recent and veteran alum at Blu located on the 23rd Floor of the Pfister Hotel. Badger “Blu-tenders” will sling drinks while you catch up with friends. 10% of the drawer and tips go to incoming UW student scholarships! Each hour two Badger Blu-tenders “face-off” to […]Read More
- Posted on 8/2/16
Trust in Bucky, and buy The Red Shirt™, Ninth Edition — on sale now! Proceeds support student scholarships, and this year’s design is the coolest one yet. Buy yours today!Read More
- Posted on 7/29/16
Don’t miss this celebration filled with Badger spirit! Be there when incoming UW-Madison students, current students, and alumni gather to have fun and share stories about the university and campus life. New students will leave knowing what to expect on their first day in Madison. Learn more and register today!Read More