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Education in Wisconsin
A list of schools, colleges, universities and other educational institutes in Wisconsin.
Schools in Wisconsin makes it easy to review university and college programs across the United States from one source. We also allow you to inquire at all the schools you’re interested in directly from ONE website! Instead of rifling through dozens of other websites or course catalogs, you can request FREE information from multiple universities and colleges all from one submission form, all from one site!
Welcome to the University of Wisconsin Law School's Web site. We hope your virtual visit will give you a feeling for the stimulating atmosphere, the diverse student body, and the world-class faculty and programs here at the UW Law School
The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison is recognized as an international, national and statewide leader in educating physicians, investigating the causes of disease, exploring innovative solutions to medical problems and translating research into compassionate patient care.
The University of Wisconsin System is one of the largest systems of public higher education in the country, serving more than 175,000 students each year and employing more than 32,000 faculty and staff statewide
The official site or “institutional home page” for the University of Wisconsin–Madison is designed to reflect the university’s core missions of teaching, research and public service, and to guide both external and internal communities through the university’s official information and vast resources
It was a wonderful evening on November 6th at Turner Hall. Thanks to everyone who came for the celebration and recognition of all the amazing achievements of the Charter School community in our state
All that we teach is based upon Scripture, which we hold to be entirely the Word of God. Our objectives are two-fold. First, we seek to develop good citizens for God's kingdom. The second proceeds from the first; namely, we seek to develop good citizens for our country. Finally, our Lord concurred that these are the greatest of all the commandments: "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind" and "Love your neighbor as yourself.
The Wisconsin Association of School Business Officials (WASBO) was founded in 1947. The rapidly increasing membership consists of more than 450 active members, 65 retired members, and 200 service affiliate members
School nursing is a unique profession and many of us work as the sole health care professional for a school district. It is essential to be a member of our state and local associations to stay connected and provide the best health services possible
The Department of Public Instruction has won the Platinum "Charter School Innovator of the Year" award from the Wisconsin Charter Schools Association for developing the Wisconsin Project-Based Learning Network. The award was given during the association’s annual awards and recognition celebration held earlier this month in Milwaukee
One thing missing on the internet is a sense of geography. Doing a search on the name Smith will give you all sorts of results in many locations throughout the world. I am hoping that doing a search on Smith Wisconsin will bring you to this site. WI Roots was formed to provide a free source for genealogy and history relating to Wisconsin and its counties, towns, villages, cities, and ancestors.
Wisconsin High School Football .com is a resource for players, coaches, fans and the media to find information about prep football players and teams around the state. We gather and post information submitted by Wisconsin high school coaches . Your input concerning this project would be most appreciated
Brian graduated from Janesville Parker High School in 1974. He then completed a taxidermy apprenticeship with Dick Barr Taxidermy in Savage, MN in 1975. He then successfully completed an additional taxidermy training at the American Institute of Taxidermy in Janesville, WI. He and his wife Doris made their living in the taxidermy trade in Madison, WI from 1976 until 1986
Endorsing the Vail Model, WSPP was established in 1978 by a group of psychologists in southeastern Wisconsin under the leadership of Raymond J. McCall, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology at Marquette University. Drawing broad support from the local psychological community who welcomed a practitioner-oriented training program, this grass roots effort led to WSPP's admitting its first class in 1980