January 4, 2023
As we welcome 2023, we needed to look again and replicate on all we did and completed collectively in 2022. What an incredible 12 months it was!
Under are some particular moments to recollect from throughout the College of Schooling, winnowed from the various a whole lot of photographs our photographers have taken by way of the 12 months. For extra particular moments from round campus, try “Moments in time: photos from 2022.”
Specializing in a tumultuous period in our historical past, college students within the College of Schooling’s Division of Theatre and Drama rehearse “A Piece of My Heart,” by UW–Madison alumna Shirley Lauro and directed by Professor Baron Kelly. The play shares the true tales of six brave girls despatched to Vietnam. February 2022. Picture by Sarah Maughan.
In March, over 500 artists from around the globe got here to Madison for the Southern Graphics Council Worldwide (SGCI) printmaking convention,”Our Shared Future.” Right here, Andy Rubin (proper), a senior lecturer within the College of Schooling’s Artwork Division, works with internationally famend visitor printmaker Aaron Coleman to create a lithographic print. March 2022. Picture by Sarah Maughan.
The coed group Fresh Hot Press hosted a steamroller printing occasion at Tandem Press in the course of the SGCI convention. Utilizing an asphalt compactor as an outside printing press, the method permits printmakers to create huge, mural-size artworks. March 2022. Picture by Sarah Maughan.
On the principle flooring of the Schooling Constructing, the College of Schooling Career Center welcomes College of Schooling college students throughout the humanities, well being, and schooling who need to discover profession alternatives. April 2022. Picture by Sarah Maughan.
On State Avenue in Madison, Faisal Abdu’Allah, the Chazen Household Distinguished Chair in Artwork and the College of Schooling’s affiliate dean for the humanities, stands close to his work, “Blu³eprint.” Carved from Indiana limestone and measuring virtually seven ft in peak, this “counter-monument” depicts Abdu’Allah sitting in a barber’s chair. Might 2022. Picture by Sarah Maughan.
UW–Madison celebrated its Spring 2022 Graduation in Might 2022. From bachelor’s to PhDs, greater than 600 college students graduated from College of Education schemes. Might 2022. Picture by Sarah Maughan.
Choreographer Cameron McKinney was a summer season guest artist within the College of Schooling’s Dance Division, chosen for this residency by UW–Madison dance college students who devoted about three hours day-after-day Monday by way of Friday for 3 weeks to studying his method. June 2022. Picture by Sarah Maughan.
Incoming college students begin their journey as a Badger on the College of Schooling’s summer season SOAR (Scholar Orientation, Advising, and Registration) session in Helen C. White Library. July 2022. Picture by Sarah Maughan.
Kids with disabilities within the No Limits Kids Fitness program, hosted by Adapted Fitness within the College of Schooling’s Division of Kinesiology, expertise the liberty of biking in a particular occasion utilizing tailored bikes on mortgage from Challenge Mobility in St. Charles, Illinois. The theme for the day was “Iron Children.” July 2022. Picture by Sarah Maughan.
The most recent cohort of graduates of the College of Schooling’s Secondary Education master’s program for lecturers proudly pose with their diplomas. August 2022. Picture by Sarah Maughan.
Within the fall, the College of Schooling welcomed 22 lecturers from 12 totally different nations throughout Japanese Europe and Central Asia who got here to campus by way of the Fulbright Educating Excellence and Achievement program. For six weeks, the guests attended educational seminars at UW–Madison, noticed school rooms, and shared their experience with college students and educators on campus and in excessive faculties. September 2022. Picture by Sarah Maughan.
Members of the College of Schooling’s Board of Guests visited the “Sifting and Reckoning” exhibition on the Chazen Museum of Artwork throughout their fall assembly. The exhibition confronts the college’s historical past of exclusion, but in addition highlights the contributions of marginalized individuals who pushed again. October 2022. Picture by Sarah Maughan.
College students rehearse for the Division of Theatre and Drama’s manufacturing of “Peter and the Starcatcher,” directed by Jessica Lanius, which ended the autumn 2022 semester on a whimsical word. November 2022. Picture by Sirtaj Grewal.