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Waisman director leading early stages of the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery

Madison, Wis. - If everything goes according to schedule, the newest multimillion-dollar research institution at the University of Wisconsin-Madison will be erected sometime after 2010.

But even as architects design the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery (WID), campus leaders are busy forging its identity.<......

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A consensus-building process

As interim director for WID, Seltzer conducts luncheons, open town meetings and a possible seminar series in what she calls a "deliberative process of formulating the identity......

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Cadwallader pointed out that the Waisman Center is heavily dependent on grants from the National Institutes for Health, an agency under U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

"The research that will go in the WID will tend to be the kind of ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Fleissner 08/16/06


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