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Writing success stories: 9 authors who got published with the help of writing classes, conferences, retreats, and critiques at UW–Madison

Writing support can help aspiring authors improve skills and gain confidence. UW–Madison Continuing Studies writing programs have propelled people to
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Noncredit language students bond in Italian 3 class

A cadre of dedicated Italian language students hungry for more in-depth study lobbied UW–Madison Continuing Studies to revive a class
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UW Odyssey Project fundraiser sets a record at the Madison Club

The award-winning UW–Madison Odyssey Project can claim another accolade. They set a fundraising record at the Madison Club’s annual Charity
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Discussing accommodations or other needs with your employer

Two years ago, I found myself in a medical crisis. A car accident resulted in multiple, ongoing symptoms that made
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Author shares the secrets to writing a great memoir in online and in-person classes

Author Sue Roupp believes as writers write about their struggles, they gain power over them. It doesn’t matter if they
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Two sisters, mother, godmother share bonding experience of behavioral health grief course

For the Willihnganzs and a longtime friend, helping professions are a family affair. Melodie Willihnganz is a doctor of audiology.
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Noncredit course offers fascinating look at little-known World War I history in Wisconsin

On April 6, 1917, Congress approved a resolution declaring war with Germany. But 11 of Wisconsin’s 13 national representatives voted
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How to recover from a job interview blunder

A career counselor explains common interview blunders and how to fix them.
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$1.8 million grant to shed light on quality, access and equity of college internships

A grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will enable a team of education researchers at the University of
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