The How Are You Feeling? is an exhibit created by Kohler Fellows Hong Huo and Kushin Mukherjee that examines the limits of verbal communication through animated imagery. It will be on display at Communication Madison from May 28-June 3, with the opening reception on May 28th from 3-8PM (masks required).
The Romnes Fellowships recognize faculty with exceptional research contributions within their first six years from promotion to a tenured position.
Amanda Hurley will work in the Office of International Health and Biodefense (IHB), which builds global health security through policy advancement.
WID and Saha Lab alumnus, and current postdoc at the Morgridge Institute for Research, Amritava Das anticipates that he will put his engineering and bioscience training to use exploring the sometimes knotty connections between science, national security, and finance.
WID’s Xuehua Zhong is among fourteen UW–Madison faculty recently honored with H.I. Romnes Faculty Fellowships, which recognize faculty within their first six years from promotion to a tenured position.
Three WID undergraduate researchers have been awarded Hilldale Fellowships in 2021, joining 26 other fellows from WID since 2010.
WID’s world-class faculty are regularly recognized with awards and honors from their departments, campus, agencies, and professional associations. In 2018, researchers at WID have already received awards for outstanding research contributions, service, and work in diversity.
WID unites creative minds focused on scientific projects and ideas by generating novel combinations of academics and collaborations. The Discovery Fellows program seeks to establish research collaborations with faculty of exceptional ability in order to expand the scope of research and promote WID’s core vision and mission.
Marie Christine Kohler Fellows at WID (“Kohler Fellows” for short) are senior graduate or professional students selected on the strength of their commitment and abilities to contribute to transdisciplinary thought. Kohler Fellows work and collaborate in the Institute, connecting graduate students across campus through a range of stimulating events.
Optimization researcher Michael Ferris has been honored as a SIAM Fellow for pushing math research into industry.
2021 publications from our faculty and fellows during their time at WID are listed below. Please see each publication for additional information. View Additional Publications:
Erasing the Lines Between Science and Art: Kohler Fellows Cooperate to Bring Life As We Don’t Know It Exhibition to the Overture Galleries from May 3-August 28, with the opening reception on May 6th from 5-7PM.
Tiffany Harris and Aedan Gardill want people to know that science doesn’t have to be boring. The two students started working on the project in January as part of the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery’s Kohler fellowship. The program joins together graduate students in arts and science fields to create multidisciplinary projects. The two University of Wisconsin-Madison doctoral students completed their coloring book titled “Bacteria & Me” this month, hoping to pique audiences’ interest in learning about microbiology.
New exhibit from the Kohler Fellows at the Overture Center Galleries! Life As We Don’t Know It Opening Reception, Overture Center Playhouse Gallery, May 6 @ 5-7PM. Exhibit runs from May 3 – August 28, 2022.
Applications for graduate art or science students are now open for the Marie Christine Kohler Fellows @ WID program.
Krishanu Saha, along with colleagues Susan Hagness and Christopher Brace are among the 2022 class of inductees. AIMBE (American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering) Fellows are considered to represent the top 2% of medical and biological engineers in the United States.
Working Toward Inclusivity in Science Our Philosophy and Guiding Principles The Wisconsin Institute for Discovery (WID) is predicated on the bedrock principle, which is supported by research, that human diversity is a pivotal feature of communities that conduct high-impact, interdisciplinary, creative science. To take advantage of the best talent and provide opportunities to …
2020 publications from our faculty and fellows during their time at WID are listed below. Please see each publication for additional information. View Additional Publications: