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University of Wisconsin-Madison Scholarships, Fellowships, Grants and Loans for Students, Faculty and Staff Funding for Undergraduate Research on Campus UW-Madison Center for Biology Education compilation. COS Funding Opportunities From Community of Science. A searchable database including scholarships and fellowships across many disciplines. FinAid! The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid "The most comprehensive free resource for objective and unbiased information about student financial aid." Grants Information Center UW-Madison Memorial ...
ArtBeet, Inc.: Wisconsin Arts News for May 25
MADISON—The Wisconsin Office of State Employment Relations (OSER) today announced that several state offices will be closed Friday, May 28th as part of the state’s government-wide furlough program. This will be the fourth of eight designated state-government-wide furlough days over the next two years. As a result of the furlough, many state services will not be available. The public is urged to check ahead before traveling to any state-run office or service center. To view a comprehensive list of which services will be open or closed, visit the state’s closure calendar at: QUOTE OF THE DAY "We were ... market research, surveys and trends
De Novo: A Couple of Thoughts on Rick Sander's Study
Today in History (1862) - The U.S. government forbids all Union army officers from returning fugitive slaves, thus effectively annulling the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 and setting the stage for the Emancipation Proclamation. On the same day in 1865, the Confederate Congress voted to enlist 300,000 black troops, granting them freedom with the consent of their owners. Lee surrendered a few weeks later. by PG I'm just looking at the background memo on the study that UCLA law professor Rick Sander wants to do on the effect of affirmative action on African Americans' bar passage rates. I think that the California bar ought ... market research, surveys and trends


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UW-Madison Employment: Professor - Systems Biology Theme Area
Post-doctoral research experience and teaching experience preferred but not required. Candidates for tenured appointment must have record of excellence in research, teaching, and service. Principal duties: Tenure or Tenure-Track Position in Biological or Physical Science Department at University of Wisconsin-Madison. The Wisconsin Institute for Discovery (WID) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison ( invites applications for faculty openings in Systems Biology. Our interests encompass (but are not limited to): (i) Quantitative Experimental Biology - development and application of new measures of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Jobs that stick: Will Madison become regional economic engine?
A self-taught computer geek, Sippel launched Applied Tech Solutions a decade ago with $15,000 in savings and the faith that most every company could use help with its information technology systems. Sippel also landed some early funding from the nonprofit Madison Development Corp. and low-cost rent in the Madison Enterprise Center on North Baldwin Street. Today, the firm counts two dozen employees and is housed in a funky converted warehouse on Madison's east side. There's an open-air feel to the office at 203 S. Paterson St., with green beach umbrellas helping to shield computer screens from outside window glare. ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Millions awarded for high-capacity Internet
Wisconsin has received a federal boost in networking capacity thanks to $32.3 million in federal grants announced today (Aug. 18) by University of Wisconsin-Extension Provost and Vice Chancellor Christine J. Quinn. UW-Extension led the grant application process. The larger of the two grants will award $29.9 million to build more than 600 miles of fiber optic cable impacting 39 communities and 182 institutions. This will not only advance the statewide research and education infrastructure, but it will also extend advanced broadband to public safety agencies, health care providers, schools and community organizations in four ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
Secretary Gassman was joined by dislocated workers and regional workforce partners, as she encouraged people to take advantage of training available through Wisconsin's Job Centers. The National Career Readiness Certification (NCRC) program is now available free for a limited time to Milwaukee County jobseekers. At the Regional Workforce Alliance event, she commended attendees for their success with the program. News Release on Free NCRC Training On Monday, May 3, Secretary Gassman encouraged young people in southwest Wisconsin to make a commitment to their future by signing The Covenant, at an event featuring First Lady ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
CORE Jobs Act Website
“Wisconsin has biotechnology investment down to a science, bounding ahead of Minnesota with a broad, tax-friendly strategy.” -Minnesota Star Tribune, 09/30/2009 The C.O.R.E. Jobs Act increases Accelerate Wisconsin, the state’s successful angel and venture capital investment tax credit program, by $3 million for 2010 and by $12 million for every year thereafter.  The new cap would make $8 million in tax credits available in 2010 and $20 million in 2011 and beyond.  This modest investment will leverage $12 million private investment.  Because of these tax credits, angel investors spent $15 million on 53 deals in ...
Help me pick a state in which to live. | Ask MetaFilter
Suppose your partner is given choice of (U.S.) states to move in order to continue working for their employer. Which state do you choose, and why? The (only) choices are: Texas, Illinois, Connecticut, Wisconsin, California, South Carolina, Nevada, Alabama, and North Carolina. I have no details about WHERE inside the state we would be, but please be specific when you discuss pros/cons of the state. Personal history: I grew up in rural Iowa and am in no hurry to return to the midwest. We both lived in the mid-Atlantic states (MD and NJ) for a number of years, and are now desert rats in Tucson, Arizona. Our general ...
Google Answers: Succesful people born with a severe "disability"
Hello dntl42, How nice to be able to answer another of your varied and interesting questions! I hope my answer contains the information you were hoping it would! I've compiled a list of numerous people who have made a difference in other's lives. Some are famous, some not so famous, and some are acknowledged and recognized in their own right. You asked for those born with their disabilities, but I have included some examples who were dealt a disability during childhood as well. (Just in case!) ========== Blindness ========== Andrea Bocelli --------------- ?I was born September 22, 1958, ...