The human brain also blinks, dropping a few frames of visual information here and there.
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.
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.