The UW-Madison Office of the Provost sent a campus-wide email stating that there will be a special grading option for the Spring 2021 semester on Monday.
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On Monday, individuals age 16 and older with certain medical conditions will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, a week earlier than previously expected.
As state health officials prepare to expand Wisconsin’s rollout, restaurant workers became eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine on Friday.
On Wednesday, UW-Madison and the Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association (WFAA) announced the Raimey-Noland Campaign, an addition to the university’s All Ways Forward fundraising efforts.
UW-Madison students are encouraging their peers to take part in local democracy and vote in Wisconsin’s Spring Primary Election on Tuesday to determine local officials and the State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
New legislative and budget proposals could create more UW-Madison Division of Extension agents, who exemplify the Wisconsin Idea by bringing university research to agricultural communities across Wisconsin.
UW-Madison students in direct contact with COVID-19 patients have started receiving the COVID-19 vaccine on campus as University Health Services (UHS) offers doses to eligible students and faculty.
UW-Madison welcomed journalist and author Isabel Wilkerson as the keynote speaker for the Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium on Jan. 25, 2021.
A recent complaint against the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center (WNPRC) over mistreatment of animal research subjects at UW-Madison is just one item in a decades-long list of grievances animal rights groups have brought against the laboratory.
Wisconsin hospitals are in need of convalescent plasma from those who have previously had COVID-19 for use in a COVID recovery treatment.
On Friday, the biopharmaceutical company AstraZeneca announced they would resume COVID-19 vaccine trials in the United States, including at UW Health and the UW School of Medicine and Public Health.
The Extension Dairy Program at the UW Division of Extension thrives on working in-person with farming communities across the state of Wisconsin. When the pandemic hit, the program addressed pandemic-related issues in the dairy industry while transitioning to online programming.
Joint Committee for Review of Administrative Rules considers order regarding capacity limits at indoor public gatherings
The Joint Committee for Review of Administrative Rules held an Executive Session Tuesday and passed a motion that counters a current emergency order intended to limit the number of people allowed at public gatherings to combat rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin.
UW Population Health Institute partners with Evers and Wisconsin DHS to address COVID-19 disparities in BIPOC communities
Gov. Tony Evers, Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and the Population Health Institute (PHI) at UW-Madison announced the Just Recovery for Racial Equity Initiative on Sept. 30, which hopes to respond to disparities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Democrats call for Republicans to take action on pandemic, Medicaid expansion as Evers addresses Wisconsin outbreaks
Democrats on the Joint Committee on Finance called on Republicans Tuesday to reconsider Medicaid expansion as Wisconsin’s COVID-19 outbreak worsens. Gov. Tony Evers also called on the legislature to come together to address the pandemic during a media briefing Tuesday.
On Monday, former Vice President and Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden made his second campaign trip to Wisconsin, visiting the Wisconsin Aluminum foundry in the northeastern county of Manitowoc.
On Tuesday, Chancellor Rebecca Blank testified on name, image and likeness (NIL) before the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions.
The City of Madison will receive over $7.5 million to purchase 15 new public transport buses as part of a $18 million public transit grant for Wisconsin communities announced Wednesday.
The UW-Madison administration continues to grapple with the balance between physical acts of social justice activism and COVID-19 health and safety protocols.