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EOP News

Wed
Mar
05
chool of Education Dean Julie Underwood is one of four finalists for provost of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, University Communications announced Wednesday. The provost is the chief academic officer of the university, responsible for overseeing and coordinating the curricular, student and faculty life on campus. In the absence of the chancellor, the provost assumes the role of chief executive.
Sun
Feb
09
WLUK-TV, the Fox affiliate in Green Bay. produced a report about the “Wise Guys” and “Wiser Guys” programs at Clintonville (Wis.) Middle School. This program grew out of a collaborative initiative between some rural Wisconsin school districts and Education Outreach and Partnerships.
Mon
Feb
03
The spring football game is scheduled for 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 12, at Camp Randall Stadium. The annual scrimmage will give fans a chance to get an early look at Head Coach Gary Andersen’s 2014 Badgers, while also providing support to the School of Education’s commitment to bolstering student literacy, which is crucial to the success of individuals both within the classroom and throughout life.
Fri
Jan
31
For the past four years, the rural Wisconsin school districts of Clintonville, Marion, Tigerton and Wittenberg-Birnamwood have worked with Education Outreach and Partnerships on an initiative known as RECESS, which is an acronym for Rural Educators Collaborating to Enhance Student Success. One of the RECESS projects in Clintonville led to the creation of “Wise Guys and Wise(r) Guys,” which won a Standing Up for Rural Wisconsin Award from the state Department of Public Instruction.
Mon
Jan
27
A campus event in December brought together about 60 faculty members from UW-Madison's Department of Surgery and the School of Education to brainstorm about joint projects. Think of it as an "e-Harmony" for research. Dr. Craig Kent, chairman of surgery, said he hopes that it is at least as successful as a 2010 “speed dating” event with engineering faculty. That one resulted in several research partnerships between surgeons and engineers.
Sat
Jan
04
Although 2014 is now upon us, UW-Madison’s School of Education invites you to take a look back at some of the special moments from the past year in a video titled, "2013: A Year in Review." We wish you and yours a very Happy New Year!
Mon
Dec
23
This newest issue of the UW-Madison School of Education's news magazine spotlights the range of ways in which those within the School are making a difference locally, around the state and across the globe.
Sun
Dec
22
Before taking that big step across the Kohl Center stage, students mingled with family and friends, enjoyed breakfast and heard from School of Education Dean Julie Underwood. Congratulations and best of luck to all graduates! To view a photo gallery of the Commencement Celebration, visit the School of Education’s Facebook page.
Tue
Oct
22
Dean Underwood will be spending Oct. 24 through Nov. 3 in China, where she will be joined by David Rosenthal, the School of Education’s Associate Dean for curriculum and international affairs. The two will be traveling both as a team and individually, making stops at five institutions in an effort to enhance current partnerships and agreements, while starting conversations about new opportunities.
Sun
Oct
13
UW-Madison’s School of Education hosted about 250 of its alumni and friends on Saturday, Oct. 12, at its annual Homecoming Tailgate Celebration at Union South. People connected with old friends, checked out the new digs inside Union South and partied with the UW Marching Band prior to heading over to Camp Randall Stadium for an afternoon of fall football fun as the Badgers took on Northwestern.
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