The Wisconsin Idea is a philosophy that deeply binds the research of the University of Wisconsin to solving the problems of society, from health care to the environment, from agriculture to economics, and all aspects of quality of life. Originally applied to the State of Wisconsin, it’s often embodied in the phrase “the boundaries of the university are the boundaries of the state”. Today, the Wisconsin Idea works to address problems from local to global.
For the INES community, the Wisconsin Idea captures much of our activity outside of our research expertise.
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INES members regularly share their expertise with non-academic audiences.
INES faculty, staff and students are closely aligned with the Nuclear Engineering undergraduate program and Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics MS and PhD programs, including a portfolio of courses from first year introductory courses to PhD level graduate courses.
UW American Nuclear Society Student Section
The UW-Madison student section of the American Nuclear Society has a vibrant program of public outreach and professional development and has frequently been recognized as one of the most active and well-organized student sections in the country.
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