[Daily Independent] Resolving Language Debate In African Literature

Daily Independent (July 4, 2010) — “Resolving Language Debate In African Literature” EXCERPT The recent challenge by a Cameroonian writer and literary critic, Peter Wuteh Vakunta of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States of America …

UW Student, Study Abroad Featured in Star Tribune

Study Abroad Myths: BUSTED! After spending six months in Brisbane, Australia, Lauren Rice would like to clear up some myths about studying abroad. Read Lauren’s full article, as it appeared in the June 29, 2010 …

Meet Mandy Chan: Chinese Student Shares Benefits of Studying at UW–Madison

Mandy [Sioman] Chan grew up in Macau, China. She came to UW-Madison in 2008 to study computer engineering. Mandy has worked in UW–Madison’s Division of International Studies’ communications office for the past year. This summer, …

Badgers Abroad Blog Recognized as Important Resource on Studying Abroad

Recently, Accreditedonlinecolleges.com featured the  Badgers Abroad Blog in the article, “50 Terrific Teaching Abroad Blogs”! The blog was noted as a tool to help students preparing to study abroad gain tips and advice when it …

UW-Madison Organizes a Global Real Estate Program [WSJ]

March 10, 2010, Wisconsin State Journal By Karen Rivedale UW-Madison is partnering with some of the world’s leading business schools to create a first-of-its-kind graduate degree in global real estate. The unique model for the …

International Research & Education in the News

Are American Students Lazy? [Inside Higher Ed] 1/4/10 Gather faculty members together and it’s not hard to get them talking about the ways students disappoint. They text in class, expect extensions for no good reason, …

UW-Madison in Top 10 in National Study-Abroad Ranking

UW-Madison News Release by Masarah Van Eyck Record numbers of University of Wisconsin-Madison students are earning some of their academic credit abroad, with a participation rate that far exceeds the national average. What is more, …