A piano instructor in Continuing Studies and a doctoral student in the Mead Witter School of Music, Jin has hemophilia, a medical disorder that can cause excruciating joint pain and internal bleeding.
The six-week residential program is designed for women and groups historically underrepresented in engineering.
Attendees explored topics such as using storytelling to enhance the learning experience, designing culturally inclusive learning environments, mastering new educational technologies, and producing high-quality online videos.
During most of the 10-month program, participants work with real clients, under the supervision of an International Coach Federation-certified coach. They also explore concepts such as emotional intelligence and appreciative inquiry while discovering how to use the power of self-awareness.
In the free four-week program, students learn to communicate in Korean and explore Korean cultural traditions.
Senior guest auditors can attend a wide range of lectures at University of Wisconsin System schools for free.
Open to UW-Madison faculty and instructional staff, this free program prepares participants to design and teach rigorous online courses.
The Wisconsin Law Enforcement Command College is a partnership between the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Wisconsin Department of Justice.
Laura Froyen nurtures her creative side in Watercolor: Fresh Start with the Basics.
The Odyssey Project provides a free, two-semester humanities course to its 30 students each week, as well as dinner and childcare when class is in session. In addition to earning English credits from UW–Madison, students gain the resiliency to face life’s obstacles.
Students shared their stories about the challenging path to their degree.
Campers will make friends, have fun, and work with experienced educators from around the country.