University of Wisconsin–Madison
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Nelson Baker shares skills that help adult students succeed online

Adult learners are no different than undergraduates: they need services and guidance that allow them to succeed throughout their careers.
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Creative Placemaking Summer Workshop explores how to use art to transform communities

Whether viewing murals or touring makerspaces, participants will learn how creative placemaking can make a community a desirable place to live.
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Tips for a successful informational interview

A career and education counselor tells job seekers how to best reach out.
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Forgiveness course inspires Greek student to start a national movement

Forgiveness course inspires Greek student to start a national movement

Forgiveness: A Pathway to Emotional Healing teaches how to share the healing act of forgiving.
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Perseverance, empowerment propel Odyssey Project’s 2018-19 class toward life-changing goals

Three-quarters of Odyssey Project graduates take more college courses after completing the program's credit-bearing humanities class.
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Adult students inspire with their aspirations and achievements

UW-Madison's outstanding adult students were honored with scholarships and awards at a ceremony on April 23, 2019. Their stories of resilience and determination are the embodiment of the Wisconsin Idea.
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4 tips to dress for success in 2019

UW-Madison career counselors offer 4 easy tips to dress for success in today's workplaces, so your potential and personality shine brightly.
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Music theory expert Jamie Henke receives UW System’s Underkofler teaching award

Henke, a distinguished faculty associate in Continuing Studies and the Mead Witter School of Music, brings a learn-by-doing approach to classes such as Create Your Own Music.
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A UW-Madison biochem professor completed a certificate in online education to better meet student needs

Certificate in online learning helps professor meet student needs

Lynne Prost, a faculty associate in the UW-Madison department of biochemistry, used a university professional development grant to complete the 16-week Professional Certificate in Online Education and build her expertise in online teaching.
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