Wayland Evan Noland, a third-generation Badger who earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, continues the legacy his elders started through generous support of faculty and students in the College of Letters & Science.
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Brewster Shaw, astronaut on three Space Shuttle missions, returned to the College of Engineering campus on September 14 to speak and to present an Astronaut Scholarship Foundation scholarship to College of Engineering student, Anthony Sprangers, a senior majoring in biomedical engineering.
2012 – Barton Creek Resort and Spa, Austin, Texas Steve Ackerman – Department of Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences “Satellites Over Wisconsin” “Is Extreme the New Normal?” Julie Mead – Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis “Courting Education” “Student Speech, Technology and Bullying” John Witte – Department of Political Science “‘Is the University of Wisconsin… Read more »
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