• Tuesday, Mar 28, 2017

One City, One Child at a Time

With the start of the Spring semester, students in Edgewood College’s ‘Pre-reading and Literature for the Young Child’ practicum are completing part of their requirements on-site at Madison’s One City preschool. One City is a nonprofit preschool located in South Madison.
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  • Wednesday, Mar 1, 2017

“An Incredible Experience”

Zander Rothering, a junior Biology major from Richland Center, Wis., gets visibly excited when he talks about the summer of 2016. He and twelve other students traveled to South America, where they journeyed from Quito, Ecuador to the Galapagos Islands, in the Pacific Ocean hundreds of miles west of the continent.
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  • Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017

Preparation for Service

“The majority of us are still in Dane County, and we’re still working in various aspects of community service: policing, nursing, social work, we’re very involved.”
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  • Friday, Dec 2, 2016

“It Impacted my Future and Outlook on Life more than any other Activity”

We caught up with Jourdyn Mootz ‘16, a native of Merrill, Wis. Mootz graduated in December 2015 Magna Cum Laude, with a degree in Biology. Currently, she’s a graduate student at UW-Madison, in the Physician Assistant program. She reflects on her time with the Bonner Leaders, a national service-learning leadership program for undergraduate students.
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  • Monday, Aug 8, 2016

"Thriving in my dream job today.”

Although Kate (Schneider) Melendres ’04 received her B.S. in Psychology more than ten years ago, she credits the opportunities she enjoyed here for making it possible to reach great heights (so far!) in her professional life.
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  • Tuesday, Jul 19, 2016

Digital Stories: Sheedad Rahman

The senior Management major from Bangladesh talks about life both in and out of the classroom, and finding his way with a close campus community in Madison.
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  • Wednesday, Jul 6, 2016

Music Faculty Perform with World-Class Conductors

Faculty scholarship takes many forms at Edgewood College, ultimately enriching the academic experiences of our students. Along with a busy spring season producing concerts and recitals, teaching classes, and preparing for final exams, several music department faculty members had major performances in Madison.
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  • Tuesday, May 3, 2016

National Recognition for Maggie Brzezinski’s Research

Edgewood College celebrates another year of outstanding undergraduate research when it hosts “Edgewood Engaged” in late April, a yearly research and creative inquiry symposium. This year, the College also celebrates distinctive recognition for a project that was showcased at last year’s event.
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  • Thursday, Apr 7, 2016

Chamber Singers Make History with a Spring Break to Remember

The Edgewood College Chamber Singers made history in March when they travelled to Quito, Ecuador as the first American collegiate choir to be invited to the Festival Internacional de Música Sacra (International Sacred Music Festival), one of the most prestigious Easter music festivals in South America.
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  • Wednesday, Mar 9, 2016

'Dogs on Call'

Mid-term exams and the pressures of life as a college student can be a challenge. That’s where ‘Dogs on Call’ comes in.
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  • Thursday, Mar 3, 2016

Be a Resource for Others

Sophomore Political Science major Mathias Castillo is an active member of both the Community Scholars program , and of the Great Madison community. In addition to his studies, he’s also currently the President of AL@S , the Association of Latino(a) Students on campus.
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