His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, spoke at the Overture Center for the Arts during part of his two-day visit to Madison. The Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at the Waisman Center along with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Global Health Institute sponsored the Dalai Lama’s Overture panel as a part of the Change Your Mind, Change The World tour, focused on a message that people’s minds and brains can be trained just like muscles.
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University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor David Ward offered suggestions to advance the university’s research initiatives and culture when he spoke to the Wisconsin Innovation Network and the Wisconsin Technology Council at a Tuesday meeting.
This is the second story in a two-part series spotlighting sexual assault survivor Laura Dunn, a 2007 University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate, who became a primary advocate for the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act, which President Barack Obama signed into law March 7 under the Violence Against Women Act.
This is the first story of a two-part series spotlighting sexual assault survivor Laura Dunn, a 2007 University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate who became a primary advocate for the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act, which President Barack Obama signed into law March 7 under the Violence Against Women Act.
University of Wisconsin-Madison chancellor finalist Rebecca Blank emphasized the importance of a strong fundraising campaign on a Friday conference call, in which she also spoke about her plans for her position as chancellor when she moves to Madison in mid to late July.
University of Wisconsin-Madison chancellor candidate Michael Schill emphasized the quality, affordability and the unique characteristics of a Wisconsin education when he visited campus Thursday.
Campus-area alderperson candidate Christian Hansen confirmed Monday he plans to drop out of the race for Common Council’s District 8 seat due to events related to personal finances.
The Madison Fire Department reported no injuries after it extinguished a three-alarm fire at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Medical Sciences building Thursday morning.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison chapter of the Teaching Assistants’ Association recently launched a campaign to increase graduate students’ incomes to make UW-Madison a more attractive place for graduate students.
Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed healthcare plan could impact low-income state citizens who, if taken off Medicaid under the proposed plan, may not purchase private, federally subsidized care, according to research cited by an expert on public health policy.
University of Wisconsin-Madison police arrested Oscar-nominated actor James Cromwell for disorderly conduct after he disrupted Thursday’s UW System Board of Regents meeting to draw media attention to the university’s alleged use of animal cruelty during experiments.
Gov. Scott Walker announced plans Thursday to significantly invest in start-up businesses along with other long-term initiatives to promote economic growth in Wisconsin.
The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents approved Dec. 7 the Human Resources Redesign that has garnered both support and criticism from various stakeholders over the semester after a year of debate among the campus community regarding the plan’s details about university employee compensation and benefits.
University of Wisconsin-Madison could admit more out-of-state and international students in upcoming years if the UW Board of Regents approves a proposal at its meetings Thursday and Friday, when the Regents are also scheduled to cast the deciding vote on the Human Resources redesign project.
The Associated Students of Madison will collaborate with several other campus groups to host a Mental Health Coalition Fair, which would aim to reduce stress among University of Wisconsin-Madison students before finals.
A man approached a University of Wisconsin-Madison student at Memorial Library's study area Tuesday and demanded the student's cell phone and other items.
Although the city and county told Occupy Madison residents they would have to leave their encampment at a county park by Tuesday at noon, people remained at the site as of 7 p.m. Tuesday.
The city of Madison issued an eviction notice to members of “Occupy Madison” living on the 800 block of East Washington Avenue Wednesday, ordering all persons to vacate the site by Nov. 9.
Voters across the country arrived at the polls Tuesday to cast their ballot for the next president of the United States, as well as various state offices. But some states also voted on referendums, including the legalization of marijuana and same-sex marriage. Here’s how it breaks down:
Thousands of Wisconsinites from Madison and surrounding areas packed Martin Luther King Blvd. Monday morning as early as 5:30 a.m. when doors opened to the Obama and Springsteen rally.