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ALSA is a graduate student run organization based in the Department of English
A list of UW departments offering degrees or courses of study in various languages.
The ESL program offers Intensive English courses to non-native English speakers of intermediate level who wish to improve their skills with English. The ESL program provides a host of other services and programs, as well, including courses for UW degree students, training for international teaching assistants, and the TESOL Certificate Program.
An initiative of the College of Letters and Science which fosters and promotes collaboration for research, education, and community outreach efforts in languages, literatures, and cultures.
The Waisman Center is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge about human development, developmental disabilities, and neurodegenerative diseases throughout the lifespan. The center is one of nine national facilities that includes a Mental Retardation Developmental Disabilities Research Center and a University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities.
The Writing Center offers individual consultations and classroom instructions to students in all disciplines. Writing instructors offer professional advice on all aspects of academic writing, such as structuring of research papers and proposals, writing research posters, writing with PowerPoint, and writing and delivering conference papers.
The UW-Madison Department of English is proud home to the world-famous Dictionary of American Regional English, praised as the most exciting linguistic project going on in the United States by William Safire.
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