BioCommons Frontpage

Highlighted Events

Interview Skills Workshop 
Mar
28
From
4:00-6:00pm
Room
110 A
PLC Meetings
Mar
28
From
6:00-8:00pm
Room
109
Peer Research Mentors
Mar
28
From
6:00-8:00pm
Room
108
Navigating Biosciences at UW-Madison: Making the most of your campus resources
Mar
29
From
3:00-4:00pm
Room
110 A
Peer Research Mentors
Mar
30
From
1:15-3:15pm
Room
108
Learning Support Services meeting 
Mar
30
From
2:00-3:30pm
Room
110 A
Info
genetics, zoology, neuroscience, biomedical engineering,...
Program
A Discipline-Based Peer Leadership Program
Program
A STEM-Focused Welcome for First-Year Students
Course
Outreach in Education, Healthcare, and the Environment

The BioCommons Collaboration

The BioCommons is located at UW-Madison's Steenbock Memorial Library, 550 Babcock Drive in Madison, Wisconsin. The community space and its associated online resources are a joint Educational Innovation initiative of WISCIENCE and Steenbock Library. The BioCommons is a home base where undergraduates interested in the biological sciences can find information, events, opportunities, and services tailored to their unique needs and get help navigating the wide array of biology options at UW-Madison. Undergraduates from across campus are invited to make the BioCommons theirs—create events, start projects, share ideas, or just hang out with the plants and fish and play a game with friends. Everyone is welcome to join the collaboration and help broaden access to opportunities and build a cross-campus community to support bioscience students and those who work with them.