Twelve faculty members have been chosen to receive this year’s Distinguished Teaching Awards, an honor given out since 1953 to recognize some of the university’s finest educators.
UW neurobiology student wins Miss Madison pageant
UW-Madison neurobiology student, Paige Alexis Eide, is Miss Wisconsin-bound after claiming her 2023 Miss Madison title Saturday night.
Using Transparency of Slim Fish to Observe Neural Activity
For faculty and graduate students in the Department of Integrative Biology who are studying how the brain works, zebrafish make ideal research subjects. These slim fish are almost perfectly transparent, making it easy to observe …
PhD Student, Nathan Kiel, Publishes Article on Yellowstone’s Burn Scars
Ph.D. Candidate Nathan Kiel on his studies of Yellowstone National Park’s burn scars and what they could be telling us about its future.
FMS Grad Student, Elliot Hendry, Publishes Children’s Science Article in Frontiers for Young Minds Journal
Congrats to Elliot Hendry, a Freshwater and Marine Sciences Grad Student, for publishing his first article in the Frontier for Young Minds journal. His article explains how mussels and sea stars strengthen the rocky intertidal …
The Department of Integrative Biology hosted iBio at Work: Biotechnology in collaboration with SuccessWork
On October 12th, the Integrative Biology Department hosted iBio at Work: Biotechnology in collaboration with SuccessWorks, the College of Letters & Science center for personal and professional development. At this event, UW-Madison Integrative Biology alumni …
iBio at Work Biotechnology Panel on 10/12/22
Interested in learning more about careers in the Biotechnology industry? Hear from UW alumni about their own experiences at the iBio at Work: Biotechnology panel this Wednesday, 10/12/22! This event will be held on Zoom …
Julie Lindsey, iBio’s Department Administrator, Wins Early Career Career Academic Staff Award!
Congrats to Julie Lindsey, the Department’s Administrator, for receiving the Early Career Academic Staff Award! Julie was recognized by the College of Letters & Science Dean for her support of outstanding teaching, research, and service …
Sterling (Blake) Martin, recent iBio Graduate, Founded Project ENABLE to Help Translate Biology Terms from English to Diné Bizaad
Sterling Martin, who goes by the first name Blake, is a recent UW–Madison biophysics Ph.D. graduate with Jeff Hardin’s lab. Blake was frustrated that there were no Navajo words to accurately describe the science he …
Congrats to Ani Michaud for Photo Featured on Cover of Journal of Cell Biology
Ani Michaud, who graduated in 2022 with a degree in Cell Biology, took a photo featured on the cover of the Journal of Cell Biology. See the photo and article here: https://rupress.org/jcb/article/221/8/e202203017/213290/A-versatile-cortical-pattern-forming-circuit-based.