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  • Academic Calendar | Secretary of the Faculty
    exams Dec 17 N Official graduation date Dec 24 N Last day grades in Dec 29 2017 F Spring semester instruction begins Jan 16 2018 T revised Martin Luther King Jr Day Jan 15 M Spring recess Mar 24 Apr 1 Classes resume Apr 2 M Last class day May 3 R revised Study day May 4 F revised Exams begin May 5 S revised Exams end May 11 F revised Commencement Doctoral Medical Professional May 11 F revised Commencement Bachelor s Master s Law May 12 S revised Official graduation date May 12 S revised Last day grades in May 17 R revised Faculty contract year ends May 27 N Memorial Day observed May 28 M 3 week summer session begins May 29 T 3 week session ends Jun 15 F 4 week session begins May 14 M new 4 week session ends Jun 8 F new 8 week summer session begins Jun 18 M Independence Day observed Jul 4 W 8 week session ends Aug 10 F Official graduation date Aug 26 2018 N Fall instruction days 72 Spring instruction days 73 Fall M W F 43 Spring M W F 43 Fall T R 29 Spring T R 30 Commencement is the ceremony in which degrees or diplomas are conferred on graduating students See the commencement website for more detail commencement wisc edu The official graduation date is the final day of academic study and when graduation is recorded i e the date on the diploma Faculty contract year begins Aug 27 2018 M Fall semester instruction begins Sep 4 T Labor Day Sep 3 M Thanksgiving recess Nov 22 25 Last class day Dec 14 F Study day Dec 15 S Exams begin Dec 16 N Exams end Dec 22 S Commencement no exams Dec 16 N Official graduation date Dec 23 N Last day grades in Dec 28 2018 F Spring semester instruction begins Jan 14 2019 M revised Martin Luther King Jr Day Jan 21 M Spring recess Mar 16 24 Classes resume Mar 25 M Last class day May 2 R revised Study day May 3 F revised Exams begin May 4 S revised Exams end May 10 S revised Commencement Doctoral Medical Professional May 10 F revised Commencement Bachelor s Master s Law May 11 S revised Official graduation date May 11 S revised Last day grades in May 17 R revised Faculty contract year ends May 26 N Memorial Day observed May 27 M 3 week summer session begins May 28 T 3 week session ends Jun 14 F 4 week session begin s May 13 M new 4 week session ends Jun 7 F new 8 week summer session begins Jun 17 M Independence Day observed Jul 4 R 8 week session ends Aug 9 F Official graduation date Aug 25 2019 N Fall instruction days 72 Spring instruction days 73 Fall M W F 43 Spring M W F 43 Fall T R 29 Spring T R 30 Commencement is the ceremony in which degrees or diplomas are conferred on graduating students See the commencement website for more detail commencement wisc edu The official graduation date is the final day of academic study and when graduation is recorded i e the date on the diploma Faculty contract year begins Aug 26 2019 M Fall semester instruction begins Sep 3 T Labor Day Sep 2 M Thanksgiving recess Nov 28 Dec 1 Last class day Dec 13 F Study day Dec 14 S Exams begin Dec 15 N Exams end Dec 21 S Commencement no exams Dec 22 N Official graduation date Dec 22 N Last day grades in Dec 27 2019 F Spring semester instruction begins Jan 13 2020 M revised Martin Luther King Jr Day Jan 20 M Spring recess Mar 14 22 Classes resume Mar 23 M Last class day April 30 R revised Study day May 1 F revised Exams begin May 2 S revised Exams end May 8 F revised Commencement Doctoral Medical Professional May 8 F revised Commencement Bachelor s Master s Law May 9 S revised Official graduation date May 9 S revised Last day grades in May 15 F revised Faculty contract year ends May 24 N Memorial Day observed May 25 M 3 week summer session begins May 26 T 3 week session ends Jun 12 F 4 week session begins May 11 M new 4 week session ends Jun 5 F new 8 week summer session begins Jun 15 M Independence Day observed Jul 4 S 8 week session ends Aug 7 F Official graduation date Aug 23 2020 N Fall instruction days 72 Spring instruction days 73 Fall M W F 43 Spring M W F 43 Fall T R 29 Spring T R 30 Commencement is the ceremony in which degrees or diplomas are conferred on graduating students See the commencement website for more detail commencement wisc edu The official graduation date is the final day of academic study and when graduation is recorded The date on the diploma Faculty contract year begins Aug 24 2020 M Fall semester instruction begins Sep 2 W Labor Day Sep 7 M Thanksgiving recess Nov 26 29 Last class day Dec 15 T Study day Dec 16 W Exams begin Dec 17 R Exams end Dec 23 W Commencement no exams Dec 20 N Official graduation date Dec 24 R Last day grades in Dec 29 2020 T Spring semester instruction begins Jan 11 2021 M revised Martin Luther King Jr Day Jan 18 M Spring recess Mar 27 Apr 4 Classes resume Apr 5 M Last class day Apr 29 R revised Study day Apr 30 F revised Exams begin May 1 S revised Exams end May 7 F revised Commencement Doctoral Medical Professional May 7 F revised Commencement Bachelor s Master s Law May 8 S revised Official graduation date May 8 S revised Last day grades in May 14 F revised Faculty contract year ends May 23 N

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  • About Us | Secretary of the Faculty
    Library matters Faculty Legislation II 500 599 Records Faculty Legislation II 600 699 Faculty committees Faculty Legislation II 700 899 Students Faculty Legislation II 900 ff Use of facilities Faculty Divisions Arts Humanities Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Biological Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Physical Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Social Studies Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Honorific Modified Professorial Titles Faculty Services New Faculty Welcome The Tenure Process at UW Madison Reflecting on the First Year Faculty Networking Lunch Series Assistant Professor Chats Mid Career Faculty Chats Women Faculty Mentoring Program Events Committees elections ballots Generate a meeting notice Awards Lectures Academic Calendar About Us UW Search My UW Map Calendar You are here Home About Us Steven K Smith Secretary of the Faculty 608 265 4562 sof secfac wisc edu University Committee Faculty Policies and Procedures and shared governance Committee on Faculty Rights and Responsibilities Jane Richard Deputy Secretary of the Faculty 608 262 3958 jane richard wisc edu Faculty Senate Committee on Committees Honorary Degrees Michaela Aust Divisional Committees Coordinator 608 263 5741 michaela aust wisc edu Divisional Committees Arts and Humanities Biological Sciences Physical Sciences Social Studies Genevieve Gorst Herfurth

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  • Lecture Series | Secretary of the Faculty
    UW Madison Reflecting on the First Year Faculty Networking Lunch Series Assistant Professor Chats Mid Career Faculty Chats Women Faculty Mentoring Program Events Committees elections ballots Generate a meeting notice Awards Lectures Academic Calendar About Us UW Search My UW Map Calendar You are here Home Awards Lectures Hilldale Lectures Lecture Series Hilldale Lecture in the Arts Humanities 2015 2016 Why Theater is Still Relevant in the 21st Century Harry J Elam Freeman Thornton Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Olive H Palmer Professor in the Humanities Professor of Drama and Bass University Fellow in Undergraduate Education Stanford University Tuesday 5 April 5 30 7 p m 7191 Helen C White Hall 600 North Park Street Reception to follow Hilldale Lecture in the Biological Sciences 2015 2016 Navigating Addiction Genetics with a Map of the Human Genome Joel Gelernter M D Foundations Fund Professor of Psychiatry Professor of Genetics and Neuroscience and Director Division of Human Genetics Yale School of Medicine Wednesday 13 April 3 p m John D Wiley Conference Center T216 Waisman Center 1500 Highland Avenue Reception to follow Hilldale Lecture in the Physical Sciences 2015 2016 Sums of Squares and Golden Gates Peter Sarnak Eugene Higgins Professor of Mathematics Princeton University and Permanent Faculty Member at the Institute for Advanced Study Thursday 5 May 6 7 30 p m Plenary Room 1310 Grainger Hall 975 University Avenue Reception 4 45 6 p m East Atrium Grainger Hall A classical question in number theory asks which positive integers can be represented as sums of two three or four squares This was studied and solved in the 17th and 18th centuries by Fermat Gauss and Lagrange It is an elementary question but exploring it leads to many beautiful mathematical structures In 1900 Hilbert challenged the mathematical community to extend these

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  • Search Results | Search Results | Secretary of the Faculty
    P Ch 4 Faculty divisions FP P Ch 5 Departmental faculties FP P Ch 6 Committees of the faculty FP P Ch 7 Faculty appointments FP P Ch 8 Faculty rights responsibilities FP P Ch 9 Discipline and dismissal of faculty for cause FP P Ch 10 Layoff or Termination FP P Ch 11 Summer session Faculty Legislation II 100 299 Academic matters Faculty Legislation II 300 399 Miscellaneous statements and policies Faculty Legislation II 400 499 Library matters Faculty Legislation II 500 599 Records Faculty Legislation II 600 699 Faculty committees Faculty Legislation II 700 899 Students Faculty Legislation II 900 ff Use of facilities Faculty Divisions Arts Humanities Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Biological Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Physical Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Social Studies Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Honorific Modified Professorial Titles Faculty Services New Faculty Welcome The Tenure Process at UW Madison Reflecting on the First Year Faculty Networking Lunch Series Assistant Professor Chats Mid Career Faculty Chats Women Faculty Mentoring Program Events Committees elections ballots Generate a meeting notice Awards Lectures Academic Calendar About Us UW Search My UW Map Calendar You are here Home Search

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  • Page Not Found | Secretary of the Faculty
    rights responsibilities FP P Ch 9 Discipline and dismissal of faculty for cause FP P Ch 10 Layoff or Termination FP P Ch 11 Summer session Faculty Legislation II 100 299 Academic matters Faculty Legislation II 300 399 Miscellaneous statements and policies Faculty Legislation II 400 499 Library matters Faculty Legislation II 500 599 Records Faculty Legislation II 600 699 Faculty committees Faculty Legislation II 700 899 Students Faculty Legislation II 900 ff Use of facilities Faculty Divisions Arts Humanities Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Biological Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Physical Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Social Studies Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Honorific Modified Professorial Titles Faculty Services New Faculty Welcome The Tenure Process at UW Madison Reflecting on the First Year Faculty Networking Lunch Series Assistant Professor Chats Mid Career Faculty Chats Women Faculty Mentoring Program Events Committees elections ballots Generate a meeting notice Awards Lectures Academic Calendar About Us UW Search My UW Map Calendar We re sorry to say that the page you are looking for cannot be found In the process of redesigning our site many older pages were rearranged or renamed If you are unable to find

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  • Nominations (Arts & Humanities) | Secretary of the Faculty
    for Nominations to Elected and Appointed Committees The Arts Humanities Divisional Committee invites you to nominate members of the division to serve on the following committees beginning in the 2016 2017 academic year Arts Humanities Divisional Committee Graduate Faculty Executive Committee Campus Planning Committee immediate appointment Committee on Honorary Degrees Self nominations are accepted and encouraged Each committee is limited to one faculty member per department Please send nominations to divisional secfac wisc edu by Friday 15 January Nominations should include the nominee s name and department confirm the nominee s willingness to serve if elected or appointed and identify the committee for which you are making the nomination Information about each committee follows Arts Humanities Divisional Committee The Arts Humanities Divisional Committee the executive committee of the Faculty Division of Arts Humanities advises deans and directors about appointments and promotions to tenure names Hilldale Award recipients and Hilldale Lecture Series speakers and makes appointments to standing and ad hoc committees Meetings are held during the academic year on Thursdays beginning at 1 30 p m committee members are asked to hold the full afternoon in 128 Bascom Hall 2016 2017 Meeting Dates 22 September 20 October 10 November 8 December 26 January 16 February 9 March 13 April 11 May Four tenured faculty members will be elected to serve three year terms Divisional committee members from the Departments of African Languages Literature Art Communication Arts French Italian History School of Music and Spanish Portuguese will continue their service in the 2016 2017 academic year Faculty from these departments are not eligible for nomination Graduate Faculty Executive Committee The Graduate Faculty Executive Committee GFEC exercises the powers of the graduate faculty with respect to establishing reviewing and modifying graduate degree programs setting standards for admission and degree requirements evaluating and

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  • Hilldale Award Recipients (Arts & Humanities) | Secretary of the Faculty
    FP P Ch 11 Summer session Faculty Legislation II 100 299 Academic matters Faculty Legislation II 300 399 Miscellaneous statements and policies Faculty Legislation II 400 499 Library matters Faculty Legislation II 500 599 Records Faculty Legislation II 600 699 Faculty committees Faculty Legislation II 700 899 Students Faculty Legislation II 900 ff Use of facilities Faculty Divisions Arts Humanities Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Biological Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Physical Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Social Studies Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Honorific Modified Professorial Titles Faculty Services New Faculty Welcome The Tenure Process at UW Madison Reflecting on the First Year Faculty Networking Lunch Series Assistant Professor Chats Mid Career Faculty Chats Women Faculty Mentoring Program Events Committees elections ballots Generate a meeting notice Awards Lectures Academic Calendar About Us UW Search My UW Map Calendar You are here Home Faculty Divisions Hilldale Award Recipients Arts Humanities Recipients of the Hilldale Award in the Arts Humanities 2014 2015 Rachel Feldhay Brenner Mosse Weinstein Center for Jewish Studies 2013 2014 Elliott Sober Philosophy 2012 2013 Jack Damer Art 2011 2012 Alfred W McCoy History 2010 2011 Claudia Card Philosophy 2009 2010 Stephen E Lucas Communication Arts 2008 2009 Truman Lowe Art 2007 2008 Robert Skloot Theatre Drama 2006 2007 Klaus Berghahn German 2005 2006 Christopher Kleinhenz French Italian 2004 2005 James S Donnelly Jr History 2003 2004 Judith Walzer Leavitt History of Medicine and History of Science and Women s Studies 2002 2003 Ronald L Numbers History of Science 2001 2002 David Woodward Geography 2000 2001 David Bordwell Communication Arts 1999 2000 David C Lindberg History of Science 1998 1999 William Weege Art 1997 1998 Ronald Wallace English 1996 1997 Susan Stanford Friedman English 1995 1996 Elaine Marks French Italian 1994 1995

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  • Hilldale Lectures (Arts & Humanities) | Secretary of the Faculty
    Stanford University Why Theater is Still Relevant in the 21st Century 2015 2016 Holland Cotter Art Critic for the New York Times Found in Translation 2014 2015 Frederick M Denny Professor Emeritus of Islamic Studies and the History of Religions University of Colorado at Boulder Islam and Ecology Environmental Values as Faith Based Stewardship 2012 2013 Mario Infelise Professor of Early Modern Cultural History and History of the Book University of Venice Ca Foscari Inquisition and Censorship Early Modern Perspectives on the Humanities 2011 2012 David Maraniss Associate Editor The Washington Post Author and Pulitzer Prize winning Journalist Into Sunlight The connections of war and peace from Vietnam to Afghanistan from Lyndon Johnson to Barack Obama from a book to a dance 2010 2011 Walter D Mignolo Professor of Literature and Romance Studies Professor of Cultural Anthropology Duke University Globalization and the Geopolitics of Knowing A Decolonial View of the Humanities 2009 2010 Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht Professor of Literature Stanford University A Future University Without Humanities 2007 2008 Peter Matthiessen Author The Threat to Indigenous People and Our Ice Age Wildlife 2006 2007 Brian Stock Professor of History and Literature University of Toronto Medicine Literature and the History of Reading Some Ancient Solutions and Modern Problems in the Humanities 2003 2004 Samuel Weber Professor of Humanities Northwestern University Too Late for Synagogue 2002 2003 Jerome McGann The John Stewart Bryan University Professor University of Virginia The Gutenberg Variations 2001 2002 John Baugh Professor of Education and Linguistics Stanford University Linguistics Discrimination and the Quest for Fair Housing 1999 2000 Gwendolyn Brooks winner of a Pulitzer Prize in Poetry Coming out of the Ice and Fire 1998 1999 Guillermo Gómez Pena Interdisciplinary Artist and Writer Mexican Cyborgs and Artificial Savages 1997 1998 Hélène Cixous Professor of Literature University of Paris VIII Stigmata 1996 1997 Han Suyin Novelist Memoirist Political Writer Writing A Many Splendored Thing 1995 1996 Peter Sellars Director of the Los Angeles Festival Aerial Bombardment in the Culture Wars 1994 1995 Lawrence L Langer Alumnae Chair of English emeritus Simmons College Memory s Time Chronology and Duration in Holocaust Testimonies 1993 1994 Jerome Pollitt John M Schiff Professor of Classical Archaeology and History of Art Yale University The Pheidian Vision of Athena 1992 1993 Anthony M Snodgrass Museum of Classical Archaeology University of Cambridge The Meaning of Iron 1991 1992 Catharine R Stimpson University Professor Dean of the Graduate School and Vice Provost for Graduate Education Rutgers University More on Post Modernism 1990 1991 G Thomas Tanselle Vice President of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation and Adjunct Professor of English and Comparative Literature Columbia University Libraries Museums and Reading 1990 1991 James H Billington Librarian of Congress The Future of the U S S R 1989 1990 Richard Rorty Kenon Professor of Humanities University of Virginia Private Irony and Liberal Hope 1987 1988 Nicholas Hammond Professor Emeritus Clare College Cambridge University The Importance of Macedonia in World History 1985 1986 Noam Chomsky Professor of Linguistics and Philosophy Massachusetts

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