For the Week of April 2-9, 2015
Check out what’s been going on within SoHE this week!
Professor Sarmadi tests the
potential bedspread Lincoln died on
On April 2, textile science professor Majid Sarmadi along with
forensic scientists from the State Crime Lab tested blood spots
on a bedspread donated to the Wisconsin Historical Society over
100 years ago for DNA that may have belonged to
President Abraham Lincoln.
Featured in: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Read the full article here.
Forward Together, Diversity Framework Sessions
Join us for an update about UW-Madison’s ongoing Diversity Framework implementation process. Learn what the university is doing to actively engage in diversity efforts both on campus and in the community.
Each session will include:
-Question and Answer Session
Thursday, April 9: 9:00-10:30am and 2:30-4:00pm (Gordon Dining and Event Center)
Tuesday April 14: 7:00-8:30pm (Gordon Dining and Event Center)
Thursday April 16: 11:00am-12:30pm (Health Sciences Learning Center)