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MAY 12, 2015
UW-Madison researchers helping to attract Kickapoo Valley tourists
The Kickapoo Valley is a picturesque area of western Wisconsin that attracts many visitors during the summer. But to improve economic development throughout this rural region, many residents and business owners want to lengthen the tourism season, and University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers are helping them make plans to do so.


MAY 6, 2015
Students provide feedback and lessons learned for campus master plan
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is a campus full of memorable spaces, from Library Mall to the Memorial Union Terrace, from Picnic Point to the lush green rise of Bascom Hill.


MAY 6, 2015
Symposium adds momentum to livable cities initiative
Inspired, excited and scared are some of the ways Peter Marcotullio feels when he looks at where populations are expected to boom in the coming decades.


MAY 5, 2015
Three seniors earn L&S Dean’s Prizes
The College of Letters & Science has awarded the Dean’s Prize to three talented and accomplished students, all of them connected to the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies through the undergraduate major or certificate in environmental studies.


MAY 4, 2015
As the river rises: Cahokia’s emergence and decline linked to Mississippi River flooding
As with rivers, civilizations across the world rise and fall. Sometimes, the rise and fall of rivers has something to do with it.


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