Postdoctoral Resident | Denu’s professional interests focus on anxiety, depression, eating concerns, life transitions, identity development, and emotional distress related to chronic or acute medical illness.
Archives for August 2015
Ready to talk about sexual assault? There’s a handbook for that Parents and students, brace yourselves…it’s time to have the talk. We can see you squirming in your seat and looking for the nearest exit. No, not that talk. This one is about sexual assault. We understand this discussion might be uncomfortable—even awkward—especially as students […]
They’re some of the most common sights across campus come fall: fellow students slouched down in their lecture hall chairs or doing their best Hunchback of Notre Dame impressions as they trod around burdened by their backpacks. When the hectic school year routine sets in, proper posture can fall by the wayside. Lugging around that […]
One of the best parts about the UW-Madison campus is that most things—from classes to restaurants to Camp Randall—are within walking distance. Whether you take the Lakeshore path to the Union or stroll down State Street, you can get just about anywhere on campus by foot. But there’s no need to walk alone. SAFEwalk, a […]
The first-ever UW-Madison Alcohol Summit was held Monday, August 3 at Dejope Hall. The event brought together a diverse group of campus and community members to collaborate on ways to address dangerous drinking behaviors on campus. Lori Berquam, UW Vice Provost for Student Life and Dean of Students, spoke about the importance of working to […]