A Senate committee is set to hold a public hearing on three bills Tuesday, one being a fetal tissue research ban and two others that would divert federal money from Planned Parenthood.
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Executive chef Paul Sprunger is in charge of day-to-day operations in the university dining halls.
Wisconsin’s only data center is scheduled to open its doors on campus Monday, according to a UW-Madison release.
The UW-Madison Police Department arrested an 18-year-old man Friday in connection with a sexual assault that took place in a residence hall on Sept. 12, according to a UWPD incident report.
As students walk through the avenues of dining halls, deciding what meal to scarf down before an afternoon lecture, they rarely think about where the food is coming from or how it got here. They often don’t think about which farms grew the vegetables, what cows provided the dairy or what processed transformed ingredients into meals.
Known for their quick starts, the Badgers impressed Saturday as they accelerated and never looked back right from the gate—the tailgate that is.
UW-Madison students took a break from classes this afternoon to visit Union South for the annual study abroad fair. Hosted by International Academic Programs, the fair welcomed over 2,500 students with wanderlust.
A faculty committee approved language revisions to policy controlling program changes and tenure protections at UW-Madison Monday, according to a report released Tuesday.
“It hurts,” “I’m vulnerable” and “it’s blatant” are a few of the ways disadvantaged students described their college experiences in a research project aimed at uncovering structural exclusion at the university level.
Despite three sexual assaults being reported on campus in the first two weekends of the semester, the UW-Madison Police Department said these numbers are not shocking.
UW-Madison Chemistry professor Song Jin and his research team discovered a cheaper, more environmentally friendly hydrogen catalyst.
The second sexual assault of this weekend, and the third of the semester, was reported to the UW-Madison Police Department Monday, according to a UWPD crime warning sent to all students.
With energy prices soaring alongside growing concerns about the effects of traditional fossil fuels on the environment, a UW-Madison researcher has become one step closer to finding an alternative, renewable energy source.
The City of Madison and UW-Madison received a grant through the National Science Foundation Monday to expand broadband networking and Internet applications for cities.
While thousands of people filled Camp Randall for kickoff Saturday morning, police dog Odin and his handler Sgt. Brent Plisch’s work began hours earlier, running security sweeps on the venue to ensure spectators’ safety.
Saturday’s football game against the Miami RedHawks saw an increase in alcohol-related incidents from last year’s home opener, according to a UW-Madison Police Department report.
A sexual assault was reported to have occurred in a university residence hall early Saturday, according to a UW-Madison Police Department notice sent to students Sunday night.
UW-Madison Police Department Chief Susan Riesling speaks to the Student Council about sexual assault awareness Wednesday.
It was the early years of the Women’s Studies Program at UW-Madison, and students in Susan Friedman’s “Images of Women” discussion section were talking about challenges many women in the 1970s may have been struggling with, but could never discuss in an academic setting.“My husband won’t let me come to class until I’ve cleaned the oven,” Friedman remembers one student saying, in response to analyzing an advertisement depicting a similar scene.Such an opportunity to analyze deeply personal and social issues in an academic setting gained formal structure in 1975, when the Women’s Studies Program—becoming the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies in 2008—was born at UW-Madison.“It’s an academic subject.
An international team of scientists, including three UW-Madison researchers, has discovered fossilized remains of a previously undiscovered hominin species, totaling more than 1,500 well-preserved bones and teeth, according to a university release.