Congrats, Badgers, on meeting your goals in Summer Term 2021. Check out the top 10 courses this summer, by enrollment.
Summer Term offers flexibility for UW-Madison senior Owen Trast to focus on a single course or get hands-on experience at work.
Many students, like junior Sindhu Shankar, take challenging courses during Summer Term to help lighten their load for fall semester.
Shakespeare wrote that “all the world’s a stage,” but what happens when your world is a pandemic living room and your stage is a computer monitor? A theater instructor shares her experience.
UW-Madison senior and Summer Term student Paige Leiser shares her experience interning with the Wisconsin in Washington DC program.
Anthropology 352: Ancient Technology and Invention is a Summer Term course that explores the impact of key prehistoric and preindustrial inventions on the course of human evolution.
Journalism 162: Mass Media in Multicultural America examines the cultural history of racial and ethnic minorities and explores the way groups are portrayed in the media.
Offices and staff across campus can provide academic, health and financial support for summer students, whether you’re taking courses online or on campus.