2010 Gift Report

Science Olympiad students

Student award recipients in the 2010 Wisconsin Science Olympiad tournament, held on the UW-Madison campus. Photo: David Nevala.

The collective power of giving


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The collective power of giving
Participation matters: A modest annual commitment from a broad base of alumni will translate to greater access, opportunity and value-added experiences for our students. Read this.
By UW Foundation

In Depth
The rising tide of science and engineering talent. Read this.
By Dean Paul Peercy

Inventor inspires tomorrow’s engineers
Alum Carl Marschke is a driving force behind college efforts to interest students in science. Read this.
By Brian Mattmiller

Excellence in undergrad education
Tutoring and supplementary instruction programs help engineering students stay on track. Read this.
By Renee Meiller

Making the connection
Wireless giant Qualcomm sponsors a new student competition. Read this.
By Brian Mattmiller

Celebrating 11 years of Camp Badger
The week-long summer sessions open young minds to the possibilities of careers in science and engineering. Read this.
By Andrea Parins

Study. Serve. Excel.
Rockwell Automation support helps diverse students focus on their education. Read this.
By Andrea Parins

Industry partnership fuels nuclear education
In the 2010-2011 academic year, Exelon’s gifts to UW-Madison surpassed the $1 million mark. Read this.
By Renee Meiller

‘Cooking up’ a competitive future
A student hamburger stand yielded an endowment effort to preserve the five college student vehicle teams. Read this.
By Sandra Knisely