CEO and radio journalist Alex Blumberg explained his courageous decision to begin his podcast network as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series Tuesday at the Memorial Union.
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of ' archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
1000 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
Global indigenous crafts often have no demand in their own communities, where developing societies can’t afford or have no need for upscale decorative art. A group of UW-Madison students help to connect those crafts with more profitable U.S. markets.
Last semester in an entrepreneurial management course, UW-Madison students Michael Braun and Chad Gaffney aced their assignment to create an entrepreneurship project that eventually turned into an actual startup.
The holiday season is beginning, and no one is more excited than professor Bassam Shakhashiri as he prepares for his annual Christmas lecture, which sold out this year after less than four days of going on sale.
As part of the largest-ever research collaboration between the Department of Public Instruction and UW-Madison, education researchers will aim to decrease ethnic and economic disparities in student opportunity and achievement across the state.
Although many Badgers’ prayers were not answered Saturday in a tough loss to Northwestern, three super fans clad in red and white habits blessed Camp Randall to lift fallen spirits.
More than 100 people gathered Thursday night in Library Mall for a candlelight vigil to honor the lives lost in recent tragedies around the world and to promote unity on the UW-Madison campus.
A swarm of UW-Madison students and community members, led by the student organization Climate Action 350 and its city affiliate 350 Madison, protested in front of Chancellor Rebecca Blank’s office Thursday to demand the divestment from fossil fuels.
As conversations surrounding global warming and the environment gain more and more national attention, a student organization on campus has turned its focus to local apartment buildings and their efforts to encourage sustainability.
In an effort to compete with peer institutions, UW-Madison announced Tuesday plans to change the policy by which graduate assistantship stipends are set.
UW-Madison alumnus Matthew Mayrl is UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank’s new chief of staff, according to a Tuesday university press release.
The French House, a francophone cultural center and private residence hall located just off campus, brought members of the public together Monday in support of lives lost during recent terrorist attacks in Paris.
The American Physical Society named a UW-Madison electron storage ring a historic site Friday, recognizing it as an imperative tool for many scientific studies over its 20 years of operation.
UW-Madison doctoral student Luke Loken collects real-time data on Lake Mendota to study the spatial patterns of the water chemistry.
Students and campus community members flooded State Street Thursday evening in solidarity with students at the University of Missouri surrounding protests that recently led to the university system president’s resignation.
UW-Madison alumni, staff and students weighed in on the nationwide discussions about racial prejudice at an event Wednesday evening.
On the corner of North Bedford and West Mifflin Street, a crane towers over the steel and concrete skeleton of Uncommon, Madison’s next apartment complex—just one of the many high-rise housing projects marking the downtown skyline.