Linda Thomas-Greenfield, who has served as assistant secretary of state for Africa and ambassador to Liberia, knows that Africa faces challenges. Yet while conflict, terrorism, poverty and diseases are real issues facing Africa, she sees …
Month: June 2017
In On Wisconsin Magazine: Our man in Berlin
As an American journalist in Germany, Louis Lochner told the story of the rise and fall of the Third Reich.
Recent UW-Madison graduates Nuttall, Thorp recognized by International Sculpture Center
Recent graduates of UW-Madison’s Art Department Jeremy Nuttall and Elizabeth Thorp are recipients of the International Sculpture Center‘s (ISC) Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Awards.
American Family Children’s Hospital Ranks Among U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals
UW Health’s American Family Children’s Hospital ranked in the top 50 children’s hospitals in seven medical and surgical specialties in this year’s U.S. News & World Report Best Children’s Hospital rankings.
Gained in translation
For Patrick Peczerski, who triple majored in International Studies, Spanish and Polish, mastering another language has proven to be a competitive advantage in business.
Plan tests ancient Chinese tradition to help elders with balance
As calming music plays in the background, 11 older women listen as physical therapist Diane Brose enters a warm-up for a discipline known as Tai Chi Fundamentals: “Feel your feet. Feel the four corners of …
Bin Ran: Driving the future of transportation
America is driving toward a future where autonomous vehicles will rule the roadways, and Bin Ran, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has been a pioneer in steering transportation …
Yu receives funding to further solids research
Public and private funds will further the research efforts of Lian Yu, professor in the Pharmaceutical Sciences Division. These new projects range from the diversity of crystal forms, to the development of a nano-coating technology …
Cai Research Group at the 2017 SNMMI Annual Meeting in Denver
The Molecular Imaging and Nanotechnology Laboratory received multiple awards at the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) 2017 Annual Meeting in Denver.
In On Wisconsin Magazine: In search of the Lao Unicorn
Bill Robichaud (B.S.’83, Zoology) just wanted to go hunting.