Archaeological services are now available closer to home with the creation of The Center for Wisconsin Archaeology (CWA), which opened its doors on the UW-BSC campus in early May.
The community gathered together on Friday, May 3 to honor UW-BSC students, faculty and staff for their outstanding scholarship and service. The following students received awards.
The University of Wisconsin Baraboo/Sauk County is pleased to announce the launch of its redesigned website, baraboo.uwc.edu. Features include a fresh look, improved navigation, and mobile optimization that allows full site access from any device.
Recently, politicians from various states, including Wisconsin, have suggested that college students be advised to pursue majors with the highest earning power upon graduation.
Want to introduce your children to economics and entrepreneurship in a fun, hands-on way?
Wind blew directly into the crowd Sunday at the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County graduation ceremony, stealing caps, notes and programs and even threatening to take a tassel or two.
There is still time to register for the Wednesday, May 29 UW-BSC bus trip to historic Mineral Point, Wisconsin. The day will start with a tour of the Pendarvis historic site, where costumed guides will demonstrate how miners lived in the early 19th century.
The UW-BSC Campus Commission is soliciting proposals for comprehensive design services for a new science facility.
The works of Arliss Kelsey will be on display at the UW-Baraboo/Sauk County's James A. Schwalbach Gallery from January 24 through March 22, 2013. Kelsey is an Iowa-based artist whose work is inspired by the landscape that surrounds her.
Four local seventh-graders learned something important this spring: Scientific experiments are about the journey, not the destination.