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  • ROSATED GUINEA HEN Dec. 9, 1998 Roasted Guinea Hen recipe
  • The wisdom behind WISE Dec. 9, 1998 A program at Elizabeth Waters Hall is countering a national trend that has seen more than half of all young women who begin pursuing a career in science or engineering change majors in the first two years.
  • UW students laud teacher education reform Dec. 4, 1998 As a new curriculum in the School of Education's secondary teacher education nears its two-year anniversary, payoffs are proceeding from a decision made long ago by UW-Madison planners: To transform, instead of tinker.
  • Student-led fusion project wows scientific community Dec. 3, 1998 A unique student-staffed fusion project in UW-Madison's College of Engineering is generating excitement in the physics community.
  • Religious studies offers undergrad certificate Dec. 2, 1998 A new certificate for undergraduate students interested in the Religious Studies Program at the UW-Madison caps a complete renovation of the program started three years ago.
  • Cloak and dagger stuff Nov. 18, 1998
  • Engineering creates professional masters program Nov. 17, 1998 A new World Wide Web-based master's degree created by College of Engineering is designed to help professionals advance their careers without interrupting them.
  • First business course offered on Internet Nov. 13, 1998 The School of Business is launching its first Internet course, a class on management fundamentals.
  • 'The Wisconsin boys' Nov. 13, 1998 They are some of Peru's most important government and legal officials. And they call themselves the Wisconsin Boys.
  • New web site focuses on parenthood Nov. 12, 1998 A new UW-Madison Web site examines the fundamental nature of the parent-child relationship in society.
  • Program to boost undergrad research Nov. 11, 1998 A new trend is emerging: providing research opportunities for beginning students. UW-Madison will move in this direction starting this spring, with its new Undergraduate Research Scholars Program.
  • Africana project awarded $173,000 Nov. 10, 1998 The General Library System will help the African Studies Program preserve its slide, photograph and video collections through a National Leadership Grant from the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services.
  • Poetry collection given to UW-Madison Nov. 4, 1998 An extensive collection of poetry has been donated to UW-Madison libraries.
  • Interdisciplinary conference honors visionary LeMoine Oct. 29, 1998 UW-Madison will host a conference in Fanny LeMoine's memory, 'Living with Divinity: The Place of the Spiritual in Academic Discourse' Oct. 30-31.
  • From cows to wows Oct. 16, 1998 A group of UW-Madison staff is working to generate excitement for transforming the aging UW-Madison Dairy Barn into a hands-on Museum of Living Sciences, giving the public a place to explore biology research in progress.
  • Conference examines state's German heritage Oct. 12, 1998 A conference sponsored by the Max Kade Institute, October 15-17, 'Defining Tensions: A fresh look at Germans in Wisconsin,' is providing a forum for almost two dozen scholars to examine the state's German heritage.
  • Students write guide for students Oct. 5, 1998 Amid the blizzard of guidebooks for college students written by people who are not college students, a new handbook stands out - 'Choose Your Own Adventure: A Guide to UW-Madison For Students, By Students.'
  • Pulitzer winner named science writer in residence Oct. 2, 1998 Robert Lee Hotz, a Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer for the Los Angeles Times, has been named a 1998 UW-Madison science writer in residence.
  • Report: Bradley Learning Community making an impact Sept. 28, 1998 The report cards are in: Bradley Learning Community is getting high marks for enhancing the academic and social lives of UW-Madison freshmen.
  • New York Times business reporter to visit campus Sept. 25, 1998 Diana Henriques, investigative reporter for the business desk of the New York Times, will serve as the fall semester's business writer in residence Sept. 28-Oct. 2.