Education

Library Mall reimagined on UW campus

UW–Madison is considering a $6 million project to redevelop its Library Mall area of campus with landscaping, shade trees, interactive water features, seating, and elements to honor the site’s Ho-Chunk heritage.

Enterprise grants to benefit local nonprofits

The Enterprise Holdings' ROAD Forward initiative granted $56,000 to three nonprofits in Wisconsin, including the Irwin A. and Robert D. Goodman Community Center in Madison and the Urban League of Greater Madison.

Packers to hold leadership event for Madison youth

The Green Bay Packers, in partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County and the Urban League of Greater Madison, are inviting middle school students in the Madison area to participate in "Empower," an Aug. 16 leadership event aimed at inspiring students to be positive leaders.

MATC receives $7.5 million NSF grant

Madison College (MATC) will lead a team of national community colleges to form the CREATE Energy Advanced Technological Education Center with $7.5 million in funding from the National Science Foundation.

WYSO begins construction on new home

Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra recently broke ground on the construction of its new 40,085-square-foot rehearsal and performance space at 1128 E. Washington Ave.

Take Five: Saving for college in uncertain times

Highlighting the importance of saving for college, even in uncertain times, occupies the thoughts of Linda Lambert, financial capability director for Edvest, Wisconsin’s 529 college savings plan. With stock market volatility caused by high inflation, supply-chain issues, worker shortages, and other factors, there understandably is a great deal of concern among parents and families who want to save for college.

JA launches new branding

Junior Achievement (JA) of Wisconsin announced the launch of its updated logo and branding, the first change to the Junior Achievement brand since 1986.

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