James Li believes we need to radically rethink the way mental health disorders are diagnosed.
L&S researchers team up to bring an ethical approach to the thorniest issues in AI and computing.
As UW–Madison celebrates 175 years, we look back at some of the College of Letters & Science’s milestone moments.
Kyoung-Shin Choi harnesses the power of electrochemistry to transform water treatment processes — and potentially much more.
Why is Florida’s unusual architecture the way it is? Anna Andrzejewski turns to the post–World War II era for answers.
A computer science major tries his hand at a physics project through the Letters & Science Summer of Excellence in Research program.
Allison Prasch finds important truths in the words of U.S. presidents.
Matthew Villeneuve fleshes out an uncomfortable chapter of U.S. history — one that touches parts of his own family’s story.
Which UW–Madison library is the coziest?
Walt Bogdanich looks back on an award-winning career as an investigative journalist.
Paul Martin Wolff and Rhea S. Schwartz generously gift Badgers with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel the world.
Graduate student Emily Mather is part of a team looking to maximize agricultural land by making space for solar panels.
College of Letters & Science Dean Eric M. Wilcots shares what makes a liberal arts education so valuable.
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