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History 489 capstone papers, Archives Series 333
Posters of collaborative student/faculty research presented at Student Research Day
Default collection for UW Green Bay faculty
University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, senior archaeology theses, 2007-
Course offerings and annual reports, 2002-
University of Wisconsin - La Crosse seminar papers
Research facility devoted to the study of inland waters
Center for the Humanities promotional and documentary materials from 1999 through the present.
Languages and cultures of the Upper Midwest
Committed to the languages and cultures of the regions’ diverse peoples.
Promoting scholarly research, documentation, and educational outreach efforts that illuminate the interactions of German-speaking immigrants and their descendants with the North American environment and American culture and society.
Includes Bacteriology majors (2007)
Geological Engineering is interdisciplinary with faculty from the College of Engineering and the College of Letters and Science.
Creates, integrates and transfers knowledge to improve the quality and performance of industrial, service, governmental, health care, educational, social and other organizations
The Engine Research Center is a major research and educational institution investigating the fundamentals and applications of internal combustion engines.
Educates students through research experiences in solar and conventional energy utilization
The Trace Research & Development Center, founded in 1971, is a pioneer in the field of technology and disability. The emphasis of the Center's R&D in the 1970's and 1980's was assistive technology, including communication and computer access aids. The Trace Center's current focus is on design of mainstream technologies that are accessible and usable by as many people as possible.
Research, education, and public service related to technical issues of nuclear systems with specific emphasis on advanced nuclear energy applications
A facilitating University-based transportation effort
The Midwest Regional University Transportation Center (MRUTC) focuses on research, outreach, and education in asset optimization and management
The Wisconsin Highway Research Program is intended to integrate the highway research efforts of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, academia, and industry representatives to strategically improve Wisconsin’s highways and transportation system.
The Wisconsin Traffic Operations and Safety (TOPS) Laboratory is a unique organization developed with a mission to improve traffic operations and safety in Wisconsin and across the Midwest through a diverse balance of service partnerships, research and training.
This research group shares an affiliation with both the Department of Chemistry and the Department of Astronomy.
Technical Reports Archive for the Department of Computer Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
DMI Technical Reports Archive for the Department of Computer Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Math Prog Technical Reports Archive for the Department of Computer Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Annual on Urdu humanities topics published in print and on the internet at http://www.urdustudies.com/
Materials from the Department of Physics
Materials from the research group of Professor Thad G. Walker
Oral history interviews with key people involved in the creation of WID/MIR
A Library of the School of Education
Documenting the folk and regional language of the United States
The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) provides a wide variety of technology services to the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
DoIT Communications provides a variety of promotional, research and services materials to the UW-Madison campus community.
Unique, globally recognized collection of field and theoretical research papers, discussion papers, and training documents produced since 1962.
A newsletter of innovative education research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
For alumni, friends, faculty, and students of the School of Medicine and Public Health
SRC Technical Notes are informal memos intended for internal communication and documentation of work in progress. These notes are not necessarily definitive and have not undergone a pre-publication review. If you rely on this note for purposes other than its intended use, you assume all risk associated with such use.
The Kurt F. Wendt Library serves as the primary library for the College of Engineering and the departments of Computer Sciences, Statistics, and Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences.
The Lawrence D. Miles Value Engineering Reference Center was established in honor of Lawrence D. Miles, the
Research Data Services (RDS) is an interdisciplinary organization committed to advancing research data management practice on the UW-Madison campus. We focus on providing researchers with the tools and resources that support their efforts to store, analyze, and share data.
The University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center (UWDCC) creates digital resources for inclusion in the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections.
Presentations given by UWDCC staff.
Documents created or compiled by UWDCC staff, to facilitate various tasks related to digitization.
Materials created by staff for promoting UWDCC resources, tool, and services.
Scholarly and historically significant materials from the UW-Madison Archives and Records Management collections.
Presentations and Podcasts
Proceedings from the International Cryocoolers Conference
Miscellaneous publications created, published, or hosted by the UW-Madison Libraries.
Selected UW-Madison Dissertations and Theses
A collection of head and neck anatomic and acoustic data from typical and atypical developing individuals throughout the lifespan.
Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education
Newsletter of the Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research
Collection of materials related to the UWM Libraries' Morris Fromkin Memorial Lecture series.
MINDS@UW Oshkosh is designed to store, index, distribute, and preserve research-based digital materials of UW Oshkosh.
Supporting Teaching, Creativity and Research at UW Oshkosh
Celebrating Research, Scholarship, and Creative Achievement
UWRF Student Literary and Art Publication
Exemplary student papers from the English Department
Proceedings from the UWRF Undergraduate Literature Conferences
Developed in partnership with UW-River Falls Student Senate, the Falcon Scholars program brings with it the ability to enrich learning for UWRF students, to raise the academic standards among undergraduates, and to support engagement and excellence among faculty and staff. The Falcon Scholars program scholarships include a stipend that may be used for undergraduate research or to study abroad during the junior or senior year.
This collection includes popular newsletter articles in geology.
UWRF Journal of Undergraduate Research, Scholarly and Creative Activities
Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity Day
This sub-community contains research papers, posters, and projects from UW-Stout students including past copies of the Journal of Student Research.
Includes records and publications from Dunn, Pepin, and Barron counties.
Includes issues of the Maroon Warrior, the Menomonie High School student run newspaper from 1934-1947
UW-Stout Marketing and Communications run podcast
UW-Stout podcast that focuses on the stories of students, faculty, staff and others from our campus community that are making a difference on our campus and beyond. Hosted by Marketing Communications at UW-Stout.
This sub-community includes oral histories from projects conducted by the UW-Stout Archives and UW-Stout students.
Oral histories documenting UW-Stout students, faculty, staff, and community's experiences during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Conducted by the UW-Stout Archives student workers.
Oral histories conducted by the UW-Stout students in WGS 205: Introduction to Queer Studies.
Conducted and recorded by past UW-Stout Archives staff.
Finding aids are documents that provide information about, historical context to, and an index for the series held by the UW-Stout Archives and Area Research Center.
The Iconographic Series contains photographs, slides, negatives, and other images of UW-Stout students, faculty, staff, and surrounding community.
This series contains manuscript type collections relating to the Stout community, Dunn county, Pepin county, and Barron county.
The Stout Series are collections pertaining to UW-Stout departments, buildings, courses, alumni, professors, students, and organizations.
This sub-community contains research, publications, and projects from UW-Stout Faculty and Staff.
Includes a growing collection of UW-Stout Library Newsletters from 2007 to the present.
Includes past student theses and dissertations from a variety of disciplines.
This collection holds dissertations from the Doctorate of Education in Career and Technical Education Leadership (Ed.D. CTEL) program.
This collection holds UW-Stout Masters Theses from a variety of disciples. It is currently under edit and past theses are being added to it regularly. Theses pre-1999 are located on microfilm and will need to be requested from the archives. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Curricular Redesign Grant Projects – projects, papers, and reports
A formal organization of the Women’s Studies Programs and Departments on UW System campuses, plus affiliated and related programs and projects
Creates and disseminates women’s studies resource publications, promotes information literacy, and offers reference assistance.
Reprints on a quarterly basis the tables of content pages of over 150 magazines and journals on women and gender published in English in the United States and abroad
Contains news of the latest print and audiovisual resources for research and teaching in women's studies
Reports generated by the Committee on the Status of Women in the University of Wisconsin System
Coordinates systemwide activities of the Consortium
Annual Women's Studies Conferences, 1976-
WSC e-bulletin is a statewide women's studies communications project
Promotes faculty development and curricular reform to increase expertise in gender and science and improve classroom and campus climate.
The Women’s Studies Core Books is a project of the Association of College & Research Libraries Women’s Studies Section