When David Ward returned to UW-Madison as its interim chancellor in 2011, he took over after an acrimonious attempt to create a public authority to govern UW-Madison failed in the state Legislature and then-Chancellor Biddy Martin left for Amherst College.
It’s an amazing place, studying causes and potential treatments for conditions like autism, Alzheimer’s and seizure disorders.
Former UW-Madison chancellor John Wiley has served as interim director of the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery since November 2008.
Getting a good job as a teenager can be difficult enough, let alone when the teenage job-seeker has a disability such as autism.
High schools across the country strive to prepare youth for adulthood, but there are additional challenges for youth with disabilities during this transition.
Susan Smith, a professor of nutritional sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has received a prestigious MERIT award from the National Institutes of Health
Medical geneticist Richard Pauli has made a career of helping families who have lost an infant to stillbirth.
Outreach program manager/augmentative and alternative communication specialist at the Communication Aids and Systems Clinic (CASC) and Communication Development Program (CDP) at UW-Madison’s Waisman Center.
By Lee Sensenbrenner Reprinted by permission Reporting success with a four-year-old kindergarten pilot program, the Madison Metropolitan School District is beginning talks to determine what a citywide initiative might look like next fall. A committee …
For the Cooney family, and others, the UW Waisman Center is a lifeline The Waisman Center provides services for families in need By Paula Zelonky, Isthmus Reprinted by Permission Rob Cooney has a lot of …