Apple has been ordered to pay the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation $506 million, up from the original amount of $234 million, after a Madison federal judge ruled that the technology company infringed on WARF patents for devices used in their iPhone products.
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U.S. District Judge William Conley ordered Apple Inc. to pay the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation $506 million for patent infringement.
A sexual assault was reported to the UW-Madison Police Department early Monday morning.
The trial for a UW student charged with sexual assault in 2015 begins tomorrow. Here's what you need to know.
More than two years after the alleged assault was first reported, former UW-Madison student Nicholas Ralston now heads to trial.
State lawmakers heard testimony Tuesday on a bill which would bar UW medical students from receiving training on how to perform an abortion, a move which critics say could threaten the accreditation of some programs.The bill, sponsored by state Rep.
A gas leak occurred at Sellery Residence Hall Monday, causing the building to be evacuated and the surrounding area to be closed off.
Madison police are investigating a sexual assault reported on the 400 block of North Henry Street early Saturday morning.
Many current UW-Madison students have never seen the Hagenah Fountain turned on, however, after a six-year dry spell, the fountain on Library Mall started to flow again Monday.
Director of Dining and Culinary Services Peter Testory, who made the decision to pursue a new coffee vendor, hopes the new partnership with Steep & Brew will strengthen the university’s relationship with the surrounding community. It will also help to reduce the dining services’ environmental impact.
On Aug. 1, Steep & Brew will replace Starbucks in campus dining halls.
Leaders at high-ranking institutions like UW-Madison could be recruited outside of academia if language in the 2017-2019 biennial budget remains, granting new Board of Regents President John Behling’s wish of recruiting leaders from the private sector.
At the Board of Regents meeting Friday, President John Behling said he wanted to expand the recruitment of leaders outside of academia.
In a continuation of UW-Madison’s efforts to combat sexual violence after a year in which three students were expelled for sexual misconduct, first-year and transfer students will complete a new program to learn about dating violence, sexual assault and violence prevention beginning this fall.
UW-Madison’s student government, the Associated Students of Madison, made national headlines last year. From a resolution that would ensure free tuition for black students, to controversial divestment legislation, ASM, administration, state legislators and the campus community were often at odds with one another.
A resolution on free expression passed the Board of Regents Friday after brief discussion Friday, paving the way for the regents to assess existing policies to ensure all UW System campuses promote civil discourse.
Diversity. At UW-Madison, a predominantly white university, this word can mean different things to students. For some, the university is lacking in its ability to empower people of color. For others, the campus community is one of the most mixed racial groups they have ever been a part of.
UW System President Ray Cross speaks at the Board of Regents meeting which took place Thursday and Friday.
Despite a boost in state funding for the UW System in the upcoming biennium, UW-Madison will receive less than its usual share as system officials look to direct it elsewhere.
The Board of Regents voted on the UW System's 2017-18 budget Thursday, giving UW-Madison a smaller share than usual.
The map displays student representation at UW-Madison compared to each county’s share of the state population.A value of one would mean a county is proportionally represented at UW-Madison.