For the week of October 1-8, 2015
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Now through November, Student Academic Affairs has a series of informational grad school seminars open to all interested students. Please help spread the word about these important dates.
The Flamingos Have Landed!
What began as a prank has become part of University of Wisconsin-Madison lore. And now, this quirky campus classic is set to come alive once again when pink flamingos return to roost this week on Bascom Hill. Read More.
Exercise V. Nutrition Launches New Wellness Series
The EcoWell Skill Share Series begins this Friday with SoHE’s Paula Evenson, who is leading the workshop Wellness in Everyday Moments: Exercise v. Nutritious Movement, 12-1pm in Room 2211. The series features different facilitators and topics and runs for five consecutive Fridays. Grab your lunch and bring your colleagues to enjoy these opportunities and illuminate the well-being network of SoHE incorporating well-being into the culture of our everyday lives. Be sure to check the website Events section for future presenters.
Thanks to Ford, Slow Food UW addresses barriers to fresh, healthy food
Slow Food UW (SFUW), the University of Wisconsin-Madison student chapter of the international slow food movement, was awarded a $25,000 grant from the Ford Motor Company Fund’s College Community Challenge. The project will enhance Growing Power’s Market Basket program and expand the delivery of fresh, healthy produce to South Madison. Read More.
Once again, SoHE’s Jennifer Angus is in the news with her latest installation. This time being featured in the ArtNet News article entitled Artist Jennifer Angus Covers the Smithsonian’s Walls with Bugs. Several great photos included.