While the University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum is known by some as being a peaceful nature retreat in the middle of the city, it is also the site of historic and on-going ecological restoration research.
Life Sciences Communication contributes to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic
The Department of Life Sciences Communication (LSC) has been hard at work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From the Classroom to the Industry: LSC Students and their Summer Internships
LSC undergraduate and graduate students had very exciting summers, interning everywhere from UW-Madison Center for Limnology field station to the World Health Organization in Washington D.C..
Kaiping Chen Harnesses Data Science to Studying Exciting Communication Questions
Read more to learn about LSC’s newest Assistant Professor!
LSC Researchers aid in the development of a Forecast-based Flood and Health Risk Management System
Over the past 20 years, extreme weather, such as hurricanes and flooding, made devastating impacts worldwide.
From public outreach to peer review, UW–Madison scientists find value in social media
By Kelly April Tyrrell, UW-Madison University Communications Social media has erased many of the boundaries between leaders and the people they represent, between experts and the lay public, between scientists and nonscientists. It has enabled …
LSC research methods course teaches students fundamental skills for success
You might not expect a single course to help prepare students for careers in advertising, journalism, market research, digital marketing, and public relations among others. But LSC 250: Research Methods in the Communication Industry does …