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Adults at table looking at papers; Write-by-the-Lake writer's workshop and retreat

Write-by-the-Lake retreat welcomes children’s physician and author as keynoter

Virnig will talk about the process of writing and publishing her first nonfiction book for children.
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Writers’ Institute welcomes nonfiction writers, instructors to annual conference

Writers of fiction and nonfiction will find inspiration and tips on how to write and publish their work at this annual conference.
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Career stalled? What to do next

A career counselor explains how to find new motivation in your work and keep your career moving forward.
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High school jazz ensemble

Summer Music Clinic elective classes offer diverse music education

A wide-ranging selection of elective courses lends musical breadth to this hands-on summer camp for students completing grades 6-12.
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group of people sitting around a table, including a person in a wheelchair and people of color

Expert answers questions on workplace diversity and inclusion

Creating a diverse and inclusive workplace is not only the right thing to do, it’s better for the bottom line.
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Continuing Studies language classes help students build skills, cultural competence, and community

Not only is learning a language great for your brain, but it can also provide a sense of community—and it’s fun.
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woman flying through the air on silks at a show in the Madison Circus Space

Aerial artists find skills and grounding in modern dance class

When Madison-area aerialists and circus artists come down from their silks, hoops, and trapeze, some of them get grounded at
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UW Odyssey Project receives $50,000 from Rennebohm Foundation

UW Odyssey Project receives $50,000 from Rennebohm Foundation

The UW–Madison Odyssey Project received a generous gift of $50,000 from the Oscar Rennebohm Foundation to support Odyssey’s mission of
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notebook with "2020 goals" sitting next to coffee cup and phone and pen

7 new year’s resolutions to enrich your life—and how to accomplish them

It’s that time of year when the festivities are over, and the pressure is on to make good on the
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