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Lakeshore Nature Preserve

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Lakeshore Nature Preserve permanently protects the undeveloped lands along the shore of Lake Mendota where members of the campus community have long experienced the intellectual and aesthetic benefits of interacting with the natural world. The Preserve shelters biologically significant plant and animal communities for teaching, research, outreach, and environmentally sensitive use,… Read more »

Previous Class Gifts

Previous class gifts to the University include: Class of 1984– Information Center/Memorial Union Class of 1978- Gateway Marker Memorial Union Main Entrance and Loggia Class of 1977– McBurney Disability Resource Center Class of 1976– PEOPLE Program Class of 1975– Memorial Union/PEOPLE Program Class of 1974– Memorial Union Class of 1973– Red Gym Restoration Class of… Read more »

List of Funds

Your affiliation with the 1848 Society is determined by annual gifts and pledges you make each year to the funds listed. College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Wisconsin School of Business School of Education College of Engineering College of Letters and Science School of Medicine and Public Health Other Funds College of Agriculture and Life… Read more »