In Wisconsin Public Radio: Wisconsin Scientists Say Monday's Eclipse Won't Be Total Here But Still Important

Monday's solar eclipse will only be about 80 percent in Wisconsin, but a scientist says the event will still add to knowledge about part of the Sun.

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In the Wisconsin Sate Journal: Frenzy at UW Space Place Thursday for eclipse-viewing glasses

Hundreds of people who converged on UW Space Place at noon Thursday were disappointed to find that all 250 pairs of solar eclipse-viewing glasses were sold out before they were even scheduled to go on sale.

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Wisconsin Idea: UW’s “mission statement” under the microscope in fall course

The “Wisconsin Idea,” often described as the most succinct explanation for the university’s role in the state of Wisconsin, will be dissected on campus during 15 lectures this fall in Sociology 496:  “FORWARD?  The Wisconsin Idea, Past and Present.”

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How to take in the solar eclipse: Tips from UW Space Place

On Monday, Aug. 21, for the first time in almost 100 years, a total solar eclipse will sweep across the United States from coast to coast, bathing the country in the moon’s shadow and providing a unique view of the sun — as long as the clouds stay away. The effects of the partial eclipse in Wisconsin will be subtle, but worth watching nonetheless. 

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Through robust collaboration, UW students help new museum launch inaugural exhibit

Over two years, UW–Madison students have researched dozens of objects in the Mount Horeb Area Historical Society’s expansive collection.

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UW-Madison spinoff helps libraries help local musicians

Rabble LLC, a Madison startup with UW–Madison roots, offers software to libraries that presents the sound of local musicians in an easy-to-access format.

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Student group promotes usefulness of philosophy in the community

Madison Public Philosophy, a new student group at UW-Madison, takes philosophy out of the classroom and into the community.

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New program makes vegetables, produce available for free on campus

Friday, June 16, was the grand opening of the UW Campus Food Shed, a unique project started by UW–Madison senior Hannah DePorter who is majoring in conservation biology and environmental studies. The program will give students and faculty access to free vegetables and produce, stocked by UW agriculture researchers and local farms with excess crops.

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African professionals, activists among 2017 Mandela Washington Fellows at UW-Madison

In mid-June, the University of Wisconsin–Madison will welcome 25 young African leaders to campus, representing 20 countries and diverse professional fields including healthcare, law, journalism, social services, human rights and public administration.

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