Environmental engineering graduate looks to the future

When Christa DeVries enrolled in the Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering program at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, it wasn’t because she was looking to explore an entirely new industry. She had previously earned two …

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MS for Professional Educators graduate leads with healing as “village-builder” at Georgia nonprofit

“I wasn’t the ideal student,” begins Keith Miller’s essay in the online platform Medium. “I was either asleep in class or glaring at my teachers from across the room as I struggled to find the …

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New Capstone Certificate in Applied Drug Development prepares students to make a difference in the pharmaceutical industry

Students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison now have more options to get the knowledge they need to succeed in the rapidly growing pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industries. After launching the Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences: …

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UW–Madison online graduate engineering programs ranked high by U.S. News & World Report

The University of Wisconsin–Madison ranked 11th in Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs by U.S. News & World Report, continuing its high ranking for the ninth year in a row. “UW–Madison’s online engineering programs are keys …

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New master’s degree in health informatics meets industry need

The University of Wisconsin–Madison has introduced a new online Master of Science in Clinical and Health Informatics. Housed in the School of Medicine and Public Health, the degree meets the growing needs of the health informatics …

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Online Engineering Management master’s helps Rose Bowl MVP succeed off the field

“It’s been more than adventuresome.” That’s how former Badger linebacker Roger Knight describes his unconventional path from prep school to the Rose Bowl and NFL and then back to graduate school at the University of …

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New Master of Science in Pharmacy: Applied Drug Development prepares students to meet the needs of regional employers

The new University of Wisconsin–Madison Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences: Applied Drug Development prepares students for in-demand jobs in Dane Country and across the region spanning from Minneapolis through Madison to Chicago. This degree promises to offer students a wide variety of career choices in the pharmaceutical field.

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Put your job-market knowledge to the test!

Each month Career Corner shares tips for living your best professional life. This year we’ve discussed everything from conducting informational interviews to traits of successful freelancers. Take this quiz compiled from the past year’s Career …

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How to create a GRE study plan

Whether you have a full-time job or are a full-time student, finding the time to study for the GRE can seem like an impossible task. No matter where you are in your academic journey, creating …

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