University of Wisconsin–Madison
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Wisconsin fights national opioid crisis with online Competencies Addiction Recovery Services program

By helping learners develop competencies in areas such as counseling methods, screening and assessment, and treatment planning, CARES provides the tools they need to change lives and make a difference in their communities.
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Writers’ Institute and Pathway to Publication help retired firefighter craft searing stories

When Greg Renz retired as a fire captain, he decided to build a writing career from his memories of daring rescues.
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Two authors keep coming back to the Writers’ Institute—and keep finding success

Through the connections and friendships they've made over the years at the Writers' Institute, they've built solid writing careers.
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Brava magazine names the Odyssey Project’s Colleen Johnson a ‘Woman to Watch’

As director of development and community partnerships for the University of Wisconsin–Madison Odyssey Project, Johnson leads fundraising efforts for a program that has helped more than 500 disadvantaged individuals make strides toward their educational goals.
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Epic Belgian French class

Specialized French course helps Epic employees thrive when bringing medical software to Belgium

The intensive one-week course at the UW–Madison French House included an introduction to Belgian French and culture, plus a deep dive into French medical and technological terms.
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Returning adult students shine at University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Winter Commencement Ceremony

Returning adult students shine at University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Winter Commencement Ceremony

Chancellor Rebecca Blank welcomed nontraditional students to the “big Badger family.”
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Broadway jazz dance class helps international scholar find her footing in Madison

Finding a fun, welcoming way to participate in American culture has helped Sun feel more comfortable and confident.
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UW-Madison history professor George Mosse

Inspired by history scholar George Mosse, Continuing Studies learners in Milwaukee form group to study racism

“What History Tells”: European Racism, Anti-Semitism, and the Fate of Liberalism, 1890-1945, an online course featuring archival lectures by renowned history scholar George Mosse, runs Jan. 22 through March 10.
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Writers' Institute 2018 paths to publication

2019 Writers’ Institute offers many paths to publication

The 30th annual event is April 4-7, at the Madison Concourse Hotel.
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