The Honors Program in the College of Letters & Science was created in April 1960 and it was launched in the fall semester of 1960. Fifty years later, the program is thriving, and its students are leaders on campus and in the community.
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Steve and Nancy Batterman of DePere have sent three children to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and they are glad the experiences have been overwhelmingly positive. Now, they are stepping forward to lead the UW Foundation’s 2011 Parents Enrichment Fund.
I enrolled at UW-Madison as a pre-med student in the fall of 1960, having received a full-tuition scholarship provided by the University. Good fortune smiled down on me when Dr. Irving Shain was assigned as my student advisor.
A favor that a coach did for young Richard Sierzant (’67 BS EDU) is being repaid through an athletic scholarship endowed through the alumnus’ will.
G.R. “Duke” Williams is a hands-on kind of guy, but he finds that it makes sense for the University of Wisconsin Foundation to handle an increasing percentage of his portfolio through gift annuities.