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Tailgate "On the Terrace" - $15.00

  • Grilled Brats
  • Grilled Hamburgers
  • Veggie Brats
  • Fresh baked rolls, condiments including saurkraut, chopped onions, pickle relish
  • Homestyle Potato Salad
  • Wisconsin Cheese platters, including Wisconsin Cheese curds
  • Fresh Fruit Salad
  • Toll House Cookies
  • Root beer and assorted cold beverages

Banquet (Pasta Buffet) - $20.00

  • Mixed Green salad with Ranch and balsamic vinaigrette
  • Beef Lasagna
  • Chicken Marsala
  • Penne pasta with marinara and alfredo sauce
  • Foccacia and soft breadsticks
  • Italian blend vegetables with herbed butter
  • Chocolate Cupcakes with chocolate frosting
  • Ice cream novelties
  • Water, soda, milk
In 1963, UW-Madison geographer Arthur Robinson used then-new computer techniques to create a flat world map that better reflects the size of the continents, adopted by the National Geographic Society.

Scientific Approach to Agriculture

In 1893 the College of Agriculture's emerging science-based approach to agriculture was emphatically...

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Wildlife ecologist Joe Hickey tabbed DDT as the cause of the peregrine falcon's decline in the United States. This work led to the first DDT ban and, ultimately, to the bird's resurgence.
Students watch their car race during the Mousetrap Vehicle event at the 2010 Wisconsin State Science Olympiad Tournament hosted at UW-Madison.

Scientific Approach to Agriculture

In 1893 the College of Agriculture's emerging science-based approach to agriculture was emphatically demonstrated to farmers and Wisconsin citizens by the postmortem verification of a tuberculosis test for cattle. Organized by University of Wisconsin bacteriologist Harry L. Russell, the slaughter of the exceptionally fine University dairy herd verified the accuracy of the test to a doubting audience. Acceptance of the test helped pave the way to control of tuberculosis in animals and humans. Russell, who succeeded William A. Henry as dean in 1907, was known as the "Science Dean" because of his emphasis on research.

Announcements

June 16, 2011 - Awards Photos Posted
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May 24, 2011 - Opening and Awards Ceremonies
Archived videos are now available for both the Opening Ceremony and more...

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Tournament Updates

Update for Flying Bird
All teams planning to participate with the "flying bird" event should report half way through the co more...
Update for Battery Buggy

As we will be in a gymnasium like setting, there will be no established lane width. There will b more...

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