Colin Higgins named Rhodes Scholar

The triple major is recognized among hundreds of elite applicants from dozens of colleges and universities who applied for the prestigious honor.

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L&S, CFH to launch new undergraduate humanities initiative

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded the College of Letters & Science and the UW-Madison Center for the Humanities $2.5 million to design a new program for undergraduate students.

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Beyond words

Ron Wallace, the 'father' of creative writing at UW-Madison, is retiring at the end of the semester after 43 years on campus.

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Retired Spanish professor wins Governor's Archives Award

Biruté Ciplijauskaité, an internationally known scholar of modern Spanish poetry, received the 2015 Governor's Archives Award for Archival Advocacy.

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Partnership to save Menominee language offers new resources for language teachers

Linguistics Professor Monica Macaulay is working to maintain and revitalize Native languages, starting with new materials for tribal members who are teaching the next generation.

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English, journalism student inspires young writers in Green Bay

Sophomore Laura Schmitt used a Wisconsin Open Education Community Fellowship to create a new literary journal for middle and high school students in Green Bay.

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Spooky seminar: French course explores undead

Assistant Professor Vlad Dima's "Life After Life" will take students on a tour of the undead, from haunting to horrifying.

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Odyssey Project gives hope to new group of students, children

This year, the Odyssey Project added a new initiative called Odyssey Junior for the children and grandchildren of adult participants.

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Senchyne named CHPDC director

Jonathan Senchyne, an assistant professor in the School of Library & Information Studies, will lead the Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture.

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