The Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation awarded UW-Madison with a $360,501 Career Ready Internship Grant, according to a Monday university release.
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UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank detailed data about enrollment, retention and educational outcomes for students of color on campus in a Friday blog post, saying although there is still work to be done, the university has improved its efforts in these areas.
Wisconsin’s poverty rate is the highest it has been in three decades, according to a recent study from UW-Madison’s Applied Population Laboratory.The study retrieved data from 2005-’09 and 2010-’14 and demonstrated that poverty levels are the highest they have been since 1984.
Almost 70 years after UW-Madison hired its first professor of color, members of the campus community gathered at the Pyle Center to acknowledge faculty from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds.
UW-Madison students, faculty and community members gathered Wednesday at the Gordon Dining and Event Center to hear updates on the 2015 Campus Master Plan and ask questions of lead consultants.
A research team led by UW-Madison atmospheric and oceanic sciences professor Galen McKinley released new information regarding the capacity for oceans to absorb carbon dioxide emissions, according to a university news release.
Three UW-Madison professors have been awarded the prestigious Sloan Research Fellowship, according to a university news release.
Approximately 400 students, faculty and staff members took part in the “Moving Forward: Conversations on Racial and Ethnic Diversity” event Wednesday at Gordon Dining and Event Center.
"Hey, what’s up?” “Just got raped by an exam.”This is a quote from a conversation that I overheard in the hallway of my residence hall.
The Associated Students of Madison University Affairs Committee met Wednesday to discuss the impact of voter ID provisions in Senate Bill 295.
The first agenda item’s resolution at Tuesday’s Common Council meeting read more like a touching eulogy.
UW-Madison student employees and graduate assistants will receive pay increases starting next school year, according to Chancellor Rebecca Blank’s official blog.
All incoming UW-Madison students participate in the Tonight program to learn about sexual assault, dating violence and bystander intervention strategies, among many other topics, to increase campus safety, and now this program is primed for updating.
As renovations to the South East Recreational Facility begin in the next few years, Rec Sports Director John Horn said he is focused on maintaining student participation, affordability and accessibility for recreational activities on campus.Rec Sports’ mission is to enhance the UW-Madison experience by providing high quality programs, services and facilities that promote the social, mental and physical well-being of the campus community, according to its website.
Adjacent to the Chazen Museum sits a sign, the lone marker in an otherwise barren lot: “Future Home of the UW School of Music Performance Center.” In a few years’ time, the new venue—which will host a 325-seat recital hall and a large rehearsal area—will make its debut.
Several UW-Madison students are putting elements of the Wisconsin Idea into practice by volunteering with the Peace Corps, according to a Thursday university release.
A 14-member search and screen committee tasked with finding a replacement for UW-Madison Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration Darrell Bazzell will select a candidate by Fall 2016, according to a Thursday university release.
“Communication is key,” a phrase we are probably all too familiar with. Whether it is coming from our soccer coach from grade school, or our current academic advisors attempting to convince us that never contacting them is simply not to our benefit, such a statement is bound to be heard.
UW-Madison’s Revelry Music Festival will undergo major changes this year, including a decrease in its number of artists and a change of venue, according to a Wisconsin Union press release.
UW-Madison graduate Joanna Lawrence was named one of the winners of the Gates Cambridge Scholarship out of 826 applicants, according to a university news release.