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Here&Now

A roundup of the latest happenings on campus in UW–Madison's College of Letters & Science

Spring 2024
Asked&Answered
How do humans and nature interact at a border?

Graduate student Alicia Barceinas Cruz explores the connection between nature and humans, seeking to unveil how they shape the Mexico–Guatemala border.   

Spring 2024
Here&Now

A roundup of the latest happenings on campus in UW–Madison's College of Letters & Science

Fall 2023
Asked&Answered
Can farmland be used to mitigate climate change?

Graduate student Emily Mather is part of a team looking to maximize agricultural land by making space for solar panels.

Fall 2023
Asked&Answered
What does it feel like to be treated like a problem?

Graduate student Ruby Bafu searches for educational spaces that support Black girls.

Spring 2023
Here&Now

A Sense of Belonging, Film Festival Returns Home, Warm Welcome, Mapping Native Routes, and more.

Fall 2018
Feature
Flock Song

In fall, songbirds make a joyful noise. UW neuroscientists are studying starlings for insights into the brain’s natural motivation and reward systems.

Fall 2022
Here&Now

A Sense of Belonging, Film Festival Returns Home, Warm Welcome, Mapping Native Routes, and more.

Fall 2022
Feature
A Mysterious Kingdom

From mushrooms to mildews, fungi form the webs of life. UW experts are working to expand our knowledge of these life forms.

Spring 2022
Sift&Winnow
The Ubuntu Approach

The African concept of “ubuntu” informs senior Sheriff Issaka’s approach to research and outreach.

Spring 2022