College Football This Week: Alabama Favored - Washington, Kentucky Promising and Maybe Texas?

Nov 02, 2016 AM EDT College football this week noted the emergence of Washington, Texas and Kentucky but the games are not over yet.

Lonely People More Likely to Use Facebook, Study

Oct 15, 2014 AM EDT Lonely people are more likely to use Facebook, according to a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Climate Change Affects Predator-Prey Balance, Study

Sep 22, 2014 AM EDT Rising temperatures and shifting precipitation patterns affect predator-prey balance, according to a University of Wisconsin-Madison study.

More Educated Wives No Longer Associated with Increased Risk of Divorce, Study

Jul 25, 2014 AM EDT University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers found that there was a lesser risk of divorce in marriages where wife was more qualified than her husband.

Childhood Stress Causes Long-Term Damage to Brain, Study

Jul 05, 2014 AM EDT A latest University of Wisconsin-Madison study has found that children, who experience early life stress like poverty, neglect and physical abuse, are more likely to suffer from brain abnormalities.

Stocks of Organic Carbon in Deep Soils Can Affect Climate Change, Study

May 27, 2014 AM EDT As a result of human activities, carbon that had been sealed away for thousands of years in arid and semi-arid environments is more likely to be reintroduced to the environment that can further ...

Wisconsin Porn Star Student Commits Suicide after Cyberbullying

May 24, 2014 AM EDT Alyssa Funke, a 19-year-old biology student at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, committed suicide on April 22 after being harassed for her work in pornography.

Dan Schumacher Named New AD of University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

May 24, 2014 AM EDT The Chicago State University athletic director, Dan Schumacher, is set to take up at the same role at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, effective June 2015.

UWSP Receives 39-acre Forest for Education and Research Activities

May 05, 2014 AM EDT The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point’s College of Natural Resources has received a 39-acre forest in the town of Hull from the family of the late George and Jeanette Roger to be used as an ...

Atheist Organization Accuses Clemson of Mixing Religion and Athletics

Apr 17, 2014 AM EDT The Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF), a Wisconsin-based atheist organization, has accused Clemson University of endorsing Christianity within its football team.

Wisconsin Professor Discovers A Potentially New Tick Species?

Oct 03, 2013 AM EDT Tony Goldberg, a School of Veterinary Medicine professor of path biological sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has discovered a possibly new tick species belonging to ‘Amblyomma ...

Wisconsin Law Student Creates Spy Device for Just $57

Aug 06, 2013 AM EDT Brendan O'Connor, a 27-year-old law student at the University of Wisconsin and a security researcher has created a tiny spy computer that can track the movement of everyone on the street, for just ...

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