Senior Lydia Nyachieo named Marshall Scholar, one of country’s top undergraduate honors

Lydia Nyachieo’s interest in global affairs expanded in bits and pieces growing up. At UW–Madison, it became her academic passion. “I’m especially interested in — and puzzled by — the incomprehensible imbalances of wealth and …

Pandemic brought life lessons for Jai Khanna, winter commencement student speaker

Graduating senior Jai Khanna is still tweaking the speech he’ll give Sunday as the student speaker for UW–Madison’s winter commencement. But he knows one message he wants to impart: Live life in the moment. It …

The Creation of becoming–Feral

Explore the complex relationships between humans and other-animals through becoming–Feral, a collection of poetry, visual art, essays, and more—all focused on understanding the shifting categories of ‘feral’ and ‘domestic’ within a landscape that is being …

Student Org Spotlight: Tribal Libraries, Archives, and Museums

The iSchool’s student organizations are where students express their creativity and leadership skills within communities of practice. Recently, we caught up with Morgan Reardon, the Community Connections Chair of the Tribal Libraries, Archives, and Museums …

Books by UW–Madison’s Turner, Welton receive AESA Critics’ Choice Book Award

Books by UW–Madison’s Erica Turner and Anjalé Welton have been recognized by the American Educational Studies Association (AESA) as Critics’ Choice Book Award winners. Turner, an associate professor with the School of Education’s Department of …

Capstone course contributes to the Kampala Clean Air Action Plan and the National Environment (Air Quality and Standards) Regulations in Uganda

A Nelson Institute student-led project investigating air quality in the capital city of Kampala, Uganda is receiving high-level national attention and is contributing to the first Kampala Clean Air Action Plan and the National Environment …