University of Wisconsin Police Department officials fielded questions from a small group of UW-Madison community members Monday in Union South — and communication was the main talking point.
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UW-Madison could have better faculty recruitment and retention numbers if a new bill allowing researchers to have a more accessible way to get funding from nonprofits and private companies passes.
Five years after graduation, just 10 percent of out-of state UW students retain an address in the state, according to figures from the system’s annual accountability report.
As sexual assault and harassment in the workplace gained national attention, UW-Madison is working to update its prevention and reporting of sexual harassment on campus.
While many UW-Madison students feasted with their families over the Thanksgiving holiday, some Badgers were struggling to avoid hunger.
The Associated Students of Madison passed a $1,388,230.04 budget for 2019 — overriding some changes made to the initial proposal by the finance committee. Repeatedly, representatives debated what level of involvement in ASM warranted a salary, and voiced concern that if positions weren’t paid they wouldn't be accessible to students who need a paying job to support themselves.
Just over two weeks after a campus climate survey revealed that marginalized groups feel less comfortable than majority students contacting the University of Wisconsin Police Department about issues on campus, UWPD Chief Kristen Roman responded to the concerns.
After the Wisconsin Law Review and REFORMA, which aims to serve the Latinx community, had their funding revoked, the two organization are suing the Associated Students of Madison Grant Allocation Committee Chair Rachel Widra.
Each year thousands of accomplished students from throughout the country apply for the honor to be a Rhodes Scholar at the Oxford University. This year, UW-Madison seniors Kyra Fox and Ross Dahlke were named finalists for the prestigious award.
REFORMA and Wisconsin Law Review are suing after they had their funds revoked.
“A Patronage System:” Over last two governor administrations, UW System regents defined by political influence and isolation from students
Using donation data accumulated by the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, The Daily Cardinal found that between 2003-’16, UW regents and their family members contributed almost $700,000 to political candidates running for state office.
A Facebook video mocking a UW-La Crosse student has created conflict between UW-Madison’s College Republicans and College Democrats.
The student finance committee approved the Associated Students of Madison’s internal budget Thursday night, but it was not without an amendment that defunded pay for two student positions.
A resolution in support of free speech written by UW-Madison academic staff members was sent back to the drawing board after some students argued that its wording wasn’t strong enough.
Controversial speaker, criticized for stance on LGBTQ issues, tackles ‘political indoctrination’ in UW-Madison speech
A speaker who many on the left have derided as “transphobic” came to UW-Madison Thursday for a talk on “political indoctrination” on college campuses.
In addition to serving as UW-Madison’s dean of students and vice provost for student life, Lori Berquam will take on an additional role as the interim vice chancellor for student affairs, a new position within campus administration.
Rep. Dylan Resch cited the involvement of Nominations Board as a reason why sustainability and legislative affairs vice chairs shouldn't be paid.
This weekend, Badger fans will be able to jump around in the heart of the campus when College GameDay comes to town.
Lori Berquam will be interim vice chancellor for student affairs until the position is permanently filled.
Reported bias-related incidents at UW-Madison increased from last spring to this spring, with incidents involving race or ethnicity making up 36 percent of the reports.