An appreciation for nature led this senior into environmental studies and political science.
For decades, archeology professor Mark Kenoyer has practiced and studied technologies of ancient cultures. It is an experience he has sought to bestow on students enrolled in the ancient technology and invention classes he has taught each summer since 1988.
Each summer, the Student Orientation, Advising and Registration, or SOAR, program welcomes new students to campus and gives them a sneak peek into life at UW-Madison. We caught up with a few incoming Letters & Sciences students to ask them about what they’re planning for fall.
Visitors braved the heat at Aztalan State Park to take part in a public archaeology day, where excavations were underway to better understand the daily lives of the ancient peoples who called Aztalan home a millennium ago.
Megs Seeley and Miles Tryon-Petith are among 60 college students nationwide named as recipients of the scholarship that recognizes leadership, public service and commitment to issues related to the environment or issues in American Indian communities.