Now students from across campus will be able to participate in the new "Wisconsin in Washington" year-round internship program.
New data from two comprehensive surveys show nearly 90 percent of respondents are employed full-time, attending graduate school or both.
Physics Professor Duncan Carlsmith created the program to help students explore high-tech projects and develop entrepreneurial skills.
The two units have merged to create a new systemic approach to helping L&S students achieve rewarding careers and lead satisfying lives.
This year's event is the biggest yet, and reflects the desirability of UW-Madison graduates for employers and the burgeoning job market for local IT workers.
Anthropology graduate student Alia Gurtov played a lead role in discovering and retrieving the largest, most complete store of hominin fossils in a South African cave.
WisKaz gave students the opportunity to practice their foreign language skills and learn about each other's cultures.
The chemistry, mathematics and psychology were the first departments on campus to commit to join REACH, which will enhance the undergraduate experience.