Reprogramming history

As a new assistant professor of history of technology, Marie Hicks helps puts women back into their rightful place as leaders in the development of the computing industry.

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In On Wisconsin Magazine: The voice

For Spanish-speaking members of the St. Louis Cardinals, translator Alexandra Noboa-Chehade ’09 is an essential part of the team. “You eat, sleep, and dream baseball,” she says.

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Sami Schalk joins the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies

Assistant Professor Sami Schalk's research focuses on disability, race and gender in contemporary American literature and culture. 

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Where words meet water

As an assistant professor of composition and rhetoric in the Department of English, as well as a faculty affiliate with the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, Caroline Gottschalk Druschke researches the human aspects of natural resource management and teaches classes that bridge communication and environmental concerns.

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Scandinavian Studies gains expert on contemporary Scandinavian literature

With experience teaching at the University of Helsinki and state universities in Los Angeles, Austin and the Twin Cities, Claus Elholm Andersen joins the Department of German, Nordic and Slavic as a new assistant professor of Danish.

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Exhibiting inclusivity

Art history alum Marcela Guerrero champions Latinx artists and advocates for accessibility in her curatorial role at the Whitney.

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In Wisconsin Public Radio: UW Professor Tapped To Write History Of Counter-Terrorism For Pentagon

UW-Madison military historian John Hall has been tapped to write the on-going history of United States counter-terrorism efforts for the Pentagon. WPR talks with him about his new task and what it means to act as an official record of history.

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Coding for equity

Computer sciences and Spanish double-major Katie Zutter is working to make the tech industry more inclusive.

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In The Wisconsin State Journal: UW Prof. John Hall to write Pentagon's official history of counter-terrorism

Military history professor John Hall will begin work this month on the project as a historian in the History Office of the Joint Staff, an agency of the Defense Department serving the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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