The program encourages Latino youth to engage with environmental stewardship and science.
Participants in the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Command College organized a day of Olympic-style events.
Dean Olsen needed new skills to start a business in online mapping.
It allowed Caroline Miller to switch careers and help people in recovery.
Weekly newspaper the Madison Times featured the University of Wisconsin’s Odyssey Project in a recent article celebrating the program’s 12th graduation. The Odyssey Project is a community-university partnership that offers a free, six-credit humanities program to adults …
Wisconsin residents 60 and older can enroll through Adult Career and Special Student Services.
The Class of 2015 overcame adversity to continue their education.
Author Nick Chiarkas will discuss his success with ‘Weepers’ at the June 15-19 writers’ retreat.
UW-Madison presents awards and scholarships to adult students who’ve overcome obstacles to education.
A Massive Open Online Course on changing weather and climate sparked discussions at statewide libraries.