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Education programs again ranked nationally at the top
The University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Education and eight of the School’s core programs again rank among the top 10 in the United States, a distinction unmatched by any other school or college of education. Seven programs rank in the top four in their respective fields.
SOE Alum to speak at UW's annual diversity forum
School of Education alumnus Kaleem Caire will speak as part of the keynote presentation of UW-Madison's annual Diversity Forum on Thursday, Oct. 6. Caire is the executive director of the Urban League of Madison.
Diversity Message from the School of Education Dean
A message from Dean Underwood about the school's commitment to academic quality, college access and student diversity.
School of Ed Collaborates in Upcoming Wisconsin Science Festival
The School of Education’s Arts Institute, Dance Department and Office of Education Outreach and Partnerships, as well as Dean Julie Underwood, have been partners in planning and developing the Wisconsin Science Festival in Madison, Sept. 22-25.
Spring 2010 Campus Connections Now Online
Please visit the latest Campus Connections - soon to arrive in your mailboxes.
Campus Connections Now Online!
Campus Connections, the School of Education's twice-a-year newsletter for alumni, staff, students and friends is now available in an online format.
American Education Week to celebrate Education Building
The University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Education will host a special American Education Week (AEW) program November 15-16 to celebrate the grand reopening of the revamped Education Building on Bascom Hill.
2009 Data Digest now available
The School of Education's 2009 Data Digest is now available online -- packed full of statistical information about students, instruction, faculty and staff, finance, and extramural funding.
‘Like’ the new School of Education Page on Facebook
Just in time for the spring semester, the SoE is launching a new and improved Facebook Page!
Focusing through the indigenous lens
Hostile opposition to Ojibwe spear-fishing rights in Wisconsin’s Northwoods in the 1980s echoed across the United States, tarnishing the state’s reputation among American Indian communities. At the same time, that unpleasant chapter in the state’s history ultimately led to a positive change in American culture.
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