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Trending: Top 10 summer courses

Among the thousand-plus Summer Term offerings, from online courses to research opportunities, which have the highest enrollment? Here’s the top 10 for 2022.

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Badgers abroad for summer internships

Students could be found in many corners of the world this Summer Term, interning for organizations, businesses and institutions. See snapshots from their adventures.

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Summer scholarships help seniors finish strong

Meet some seniors who received summer scholarships to finish their degrees during Summer Term 2022 at UW-Madison.

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Student’s summer internship empowers Madison youth

Rising junior Isa Hernandez-White is making the most of her summer with an internship at the City of Madison and a job at the Morgridge Center for Public Service, bridging her interests in counseling psychology and community organizations.

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How much do you know about UW summer?

How much do you know about UW summer? Test your summer knowledge and see how much Badger you have in you.

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Popular course takes a bite out of vampire lore

We lift the (coffin) lid for a look at one frightfully favorite summer course: LITTRANS 329 The Vampire in Literature and Film. Garlic and wood stakes are optional.

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Meet a Summer Term student who’s full of heart

This rising junior with a double major is keeping busy this summer with research, work and a Summer Term course in Spanish. She’s learning a lot about cardiovascular health through her job with UW Health and in a lab.

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CALS students learn programming from National Science Foundation data project

This biological systems engineering course through the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences gives students a solid foundation in the principles of computer programming and data science — using real data from northern Wisconsin.

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New course explores Chinese hip hop

Brendan Dowling’s in-person Summer Term course brings in guest speakers from around the world and challenges students to use critical thinking skills to analyze Chinese hip hop.

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Student-led Hoofers invites you on the lake

With clubs ranging from horseback riding to sailing and scuba, Wisconsin Hoofers teaches the outdoor skills to help you savor your summer.

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