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Badger Precollege on WORT

Assistant Dean Christopher Pevey Harry talks with WORT 89.9 FM Madison about Badger Precollege and what’s new for summer 2021.

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WCATY celebrates 30 years of engaging young learners

One former student — now an instructor with the program — shares memories of his experience at WCATY, what’s changed and what remains the same.

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Badger Precollege featured in Madison365

Madison365 features Assistant Dean Christopher Pevey Harry, who shares his goals for making Badger Precollege accessible to all interested students.

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FOX6 News Milwaukee talks Badger Precollege

Assistant Dean Christopher Pevey Harry shares with FOX6 Milwaukee how Badger Precollege engages academically curious students online.

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New Badger Precollege programs offer enrichment, community-building, college readiness for youth

Milwaukee siblings James and Debra Ejiwale share how Badger Precollege programs help them explore topics of interest, meet new friends and get a feel for college life.

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Think like a Badger: Assistant Dean Christopher Pevey Harry talks future of Badger Precollege

The Badger Precollege team is building on a strong history of precollege programming at UW–Madison to boost access, diversity and collaboration for young learners.

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7 tips for high schoolers on creating a successful Badger Precollege application

Get the scoop on selecting your program, submitting your application, crafting your essay and more.

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Information Technology Academy gives student a welcoming community and a path for her future

Since 2000, more than 200 students have graduated from ITA Madison, and an estimated 99% of graduates have gone on to attend post-secondary institutions.

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Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth fosters passion for learning

WCATY held 48 courses and organized more than 140 field trips. More than 500 students took the courses.

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