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Cicero, institutione publica University condita est 1848.

Cicero, in University fees DISCIPLINA sunt $30,000 (Aprox.).

The University-Cicero lacum iacet litus australe Sclavi Mendota Cicero in civitate. In quam certatim Badgers Florida 20 Magna pars et ipsum Curabitur Divisione Ten. Alumni implicari possunt plus 800 consociationes in campo. Etiam vitae activae Graeca scaena societatis in campo, sicut patet in Florida fama scholis regionis pars summum. Novicii non opus est vivere in campo,, sed non ita multis eligere. Alumni potest eligere ut in uno plures communitates amet discere et vivere et facultate ceteris auditoribus.

In scholis graduate altus ordo scriptor University-Cicero etiam in schola of Education, Robert. Follette School of De Rebus, Collegium ipsum,School of Business, School of Medicine and Public Health and Law School. Fundata enim erat super legatum scholae publicae “Idea Wisconsin” ferant super animas hominum educationem et elit condimentum. Notabilis vitrea Wisconsin alumni includunt nominatos Artist Dale Chihuly et Carol Author: Lucretius Oates. Illud etiam praeter cetera elit Vice Praeses Dick, Plastic Charles Lindbergh, Architectum Frank physicus John Lloyd et Muir Cicero.

scholarum / collegiorum / departments / cursus / Facultati Litterarum


  • AGRICULTURAL & LIFE SCIENCES

  • ARTS

  • NEGOTIUM

  • CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

  • CONTINUING STUDIES

  • CULTUS

  • Engineering

  • ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

  • GRADUATE SCHOOL

  • HUMAN ECOLOGY

  • THE INTERNATIONAL DIVISION

  • JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION

  • LANGUAGES

  • LAW SCHOOL

  • LETTERS & SCIENCE

  • LIBRARY & INFORMATION STUDIES

  • MEDICINE & PUBLIC HEALTH

  • MUSIC

  • NURSING

  • PHARMACY

  • PUBLIC AFFAIRS

  • SOCIAL WORK

  • STUDY ABROAD

  • VETERINARY MEDICINE

Historia


  • 1863 Female students first admitted to University of Wisconsin during the American Civil War,
  • 1866 State legislature designated the University as the Wisconsin land-grant institution
  • 1888 Science Hall is constructed, one of the world’s first buildings to use I-beams
  • January 4, 1892 The first edition of the student-run The Daily Cardinal was published
  • 1894 State Board of Regents rejected an effort to purge Professor Richard T. Ely for supporting striking printers, issuing the famoussifting and winnowingmanifesto in defense of academic freedom, later described aspart of Wisconsin’s Magna Carta
  • 1898 UW music instructors Henry Dyke Sleeper and Conner Ross Buerosse wrote Varsity, the university’s alma mater
  • 1904–1905 UW Graduate School established
  • 1905 the University awards the first PhD in chemical engineering ever granted, to Oliver Patterson Watts.
  • 1907 Wisconsin Union was founded
  • 1909 William Purdy and Paul Beck wrote In, Wisconsin the UW–Madison athletic fight song
  • 1907–1911 TheSingle-grain experimentwas conducted by Stephen Moulton Babcock and Edwin B. Hart, paving the way for modern nutrition as a science
  • 1913 Vitamin A discovered by UW scientist, Elmer V. McCollum
  • 1916 Vitamin B discovered by McCollum
  • 1919 Radio station 9XM founded on campus (Now WHA (970 AM). It is the oldest continually operating radio station in the United States)
  • 1923 Harry Steenbock invented process for adding vitamin D to milk
  • 1925 Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation chartered to control patenting and patent income on UW–Madison inventions
  • 1934 The University of Wisconsin–Madison Arboretum, whose mission was to restore lost landscapes, such as prairies, apertus
  • 1936 UW–Madison began an artist-in-residence program, the first ever at a university
  • 1940–1951 Warfarin (Coumadin) developed at UW. Named after Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation
  • 1969 The Badger Herald was founded as a conservative student paper
  • 1970 Sterling Hall bombing
  • 1976 Orchard Street Research Project: Jordan Ellefson, Mark Meyer, Daniel Dechant, Steve Niemuth
  • 1984 University Research Park founded to encourage technology transfer between university and businesses
  • 1988 The Onion founded by two UW–Madison students, Tim Keck and Christopher Johnson
  • 1998 UW–Madison’s James Thomson (cell biologist) first isolated and cultured human embryonic stem cells
  • 2011 Wisconsin defeats Michigan State to win the first ever Big Ten Football Championship Game.


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