This fifteenth-century Catholic chasuble from the northeastern shore of Italy is an incredible example of many different art forms. A chasuble is a part of the vestment, or ceremonial dress, of a Catholic priest worn …
WSB Graduate Leaves UW–Madison Well-Prepared as a Global Leader
Sandhiya Karunagaran (BBA ’18) strives to be an inclusive, authentic leader—someone who influences others through personal engagement, based on their own core beliefs and values. She has given this a lot of thought over the …
ITALIAN STUDENTS TRANSLATE ITALIAN SONNETS IN HIGH-IMPACT PRACTICE CLASS
“I don’t like poetry because I don’t understand it.”
Paving the Way to a World-Ready Wisconsin: The Wisconsin Language Roadmap
With over 70 percent of the world’s purchasing power outside of the United States, an increasing number of Wisconsin businesses are expanding internationally. To ensure a world-ready workforce for businesses throughout the state, Wisconsin schools …
WSB Represents UW-Madison in New Partnership with Clinton Global Initiative
The Wisconsin School of Business is the campus liaison for a new partnership between the University of Wisconsin–Madison and the Clinton Foundation’s Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U).
An International Invitation to Impact Medication Safety and Adherence
The practice of pharmacy looks different in hospitals than it does in community pharmacies and clinics, and there are more variations by health system. It’s a diverse and evolving field in the United States, and …
EAP Program awards esteemed graduate students with international scholarship
The Energy Analysis and Policy Program (EAP) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison is awarding five international graduate students with scholarships recognizing academic and professional excellence.
Building bridges between Madison and Ethiopia
To cross the Blue Nile River in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, there’s only one option, short of braving the dark waters below. An aging, narrow bridge serves all types of travelers: cars, bikes, mopeds, rickshaws, pedestrians, …
UW student presents art exhibits in South Africa and the Met through internship
Children in Wisconsin and South Africa now share a special connection thanks to Shiloah Coley, a journalism major who is also pursuing certificates in art and African-American studies.
UW-Madison’s Hilyard receives best animation award at Austin Arthouse Film Festival
UW-Madison’s Stephen Hilyard, a professor of digital media with the School of Education’s Art Department, recently received the Svankmajer Award for Best Animation at the Austin Arthouse Film Festival for his animation, “Morning Glory”.