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    Central America: Seeds of Hope – Literally

    Seeds of Hope – Literally

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    Creating a Healthier World

    What do millennials want? The popularity of a new CALS-based program addressing global health concerns offers at least one answer.

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    Ag Science for Kids

    Learn about soybeans with “Coolbean”

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    Stopping Multiple Sclerosis

    A successful treatment in mice holds promise for humans

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    Everyone around the table

    Monica White works to ensure greater inclusion in our food system

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    It’s Your Party

    This year marks CALS’ 125th anniversary, a milestone known as a “quasquicentennial.” One hundred and twenty-five is a proud age to reach. And we invite […]

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    Looking for “hotspots”

    Researchers see promise in clusters of farmers who are willing to grow crops for biofuels

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    Goodbye, Bug Guy

    He’s been helping farmers, gardeners, landscapers, science students and pest-plagued citizens for decades. We present
    a fond look at Phil Pellitteri, Wisconsin’s rock star entomologist, on the eve of his retirement.

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    Never Too Early to Start Giving

    In honor of CALS’ 125th anniversary, a look at how alumni and friends help keep the college strong

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    Coming and Going

    A new database offers 60-year, nationwide and county-by-county look at net migration

  • Posted on November 20, 2013
    In the Field: Alumni from CALS Short Courses

    David Arndt, Farm and Industry Short Course For David Arndt, Farm and Industry Short Course (FISC) is a family affair. His father attended FISC in […]

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    Communicating Science in the Digital Age

    Web-based science news has placed a higher burden on scientists
    to more effectively share their discoveries with the public—
    a challenge that CALS life sciences communicators
    are ready to help them meet.