After earning his master’s and doctoral degrees from the UW-Madison, retired biochemist James Chieh-Hsia Mao, who fled Chinese Communism, wants to help students and better the world.
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Here’s a challenge that’s easy to undertake. Connect with the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the Wisconsin Alumni Association, or both, on Twitter and Facebook and help students.
Chad Navis, assistant professor of management and human resources, uses his research into entrepreneurship to inform his classes, encouraging students to start successful businesses.
Professor Harold Scheub, who has taught on campus for more than 40 years, has established a Great People Scholarship. “My whole life is students,” he said. “I love walking into that classroom.”
Thanks to private support, the first veterinary application of TomoTherapy is available in the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine’s new Radiation Therapy Clinic. Dogs and cats are benefitting from the treatment that allows veterinarians to pinpoint a tumor before radiation therapy begins.