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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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WWI soldier firing a gun in the trenches

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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UW-Madison hosts online course in Spanish for Uruguayan university: How to teach 21st century skills

Demand is growing around the globe for college graduates with 21st century skills like teamwork and critical thinking. After an
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New Continuing Studies class explores Wisconsin’s diverse immigrant history

Students will learn about the stories and impact of German, Latino, Hmong, and Jewish immigrants to Wisconsin.
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Arthur Ashe: exemplar of advancing diversity, inclusion, and equity

A competitor and a peacemaker, Ashe improved nearly every person and institution fortunate enough to be part of his journey.
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Grief Support Specialist Certificate gives therapist tools to lead a community healing effort

The online grief course is September 20-November 18 and the in-person program is Thursday-Sunday, October 24-27 and Saturday, December 7.
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