When he became president of the University of Wisconsin Foundation on October 16, Michael Knetter was doing what has become natural – pursuing an opportunity he saw as important.
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Adrian Burgos, professor of history in the Department of African American, Latin American and Caribbean Studies and Latino/a Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, will present the first Selig Distinguished Lecture in Sport and Society at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Thursday, Jan. 27.
When Theodore “Ted” Cohen published his first novel, “Full Circle,” he mailed it to the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Physics with a check and a note, reading, “In partial repayment of a debt long overdue.”
The July 29 PEOPLE Recognition Banquet celebrated 138 high school seniors arriving on the threshold of college and 87 UW-Madison freshmen who have gone through the pre-college portion of the PEOPLE Program.
Dr. Taryn Bragg celebrated her wedding with her patients at the American Family Children’s Hospital and designated gifts to benefit the institution.