Explorations at Aztalan yield enthusiasm and excitement for visitors, students

Visitors and community members braved the first 90 degree day of the year in south-central Wisconsin to take part in a UW-hosted public archaeology day at Aztalan State Park, where excavations are underway to better understand the daily lives of the ancient peoples who called Aztalan home a millennium ago. More »

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FIGs: deep, challenging (and fun, too)

This spring, US News & World Report cited UW-Madison’s FIGs program as one of twenty “stellar examples” of learning communities at colleges and universities across the country. FIGs challenge first-year students to think deeply, make connections and — the fun part — make friends. More »

David Baum published a guest blog at the National Center for Science and Education on common ancestry! @UWBotany https://t.co/EnBlFRbgsg Reply / Retweet / Favorite