The University of Wisconsin-Madison introduced environmental engineering last year as a new major. Prior to this, the subject was solely a branch of the civil engineering major.
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The University of Wisconsin-Madison Senior Class Office decided the senior class gift funds will be directed to the Center for Healthy Minds Higher Education Fund, according to the Wisconsin Union. Each year, SCO selects one university organization to receive funds that will positively impact campus life.
To tenured University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor Matthew H. Brown, academic tenure can be “worrisome.”
The University of Wisconsin-Madison responded last week to results from the 2022 staff climate survey. The survey was distributed in spring of 2022 to gather staff members' thoughts, experiences and concerns about working at UW-Madison, according to the survey.
Property owners in Madison are required by a city ordinance to use minimal amounts of rock salt or melting agents and sweep up any excess left on the ground. However, the University of Wisconsin-Madison is not bound to the same rules and fines as the city.
The La Follette School of Public Affairs plans to move to the iconic University of Wisconsin-Madison building, Music Hall. Musical Hall began as the first university library on campus, but the current state of the building is not suitable for a successful public affairs program, explained the Director of the La Follette School of Public Affairs Susan Yackee.
Several University of Wisconsin-Madison residence and dining halls now house Nalox-ZONE boxes, containing the medicine Naloxone, to prevent possible drug overdoses. The boxes are placed among other emergency tools such as AEDs and fire extinguishers as a way of making them easy to find and as common as other safety tools.
Decreased numbers of healthcare workers following the pandemic led UnityPoint Health-Meriter and the University of Wisconsin health system to make changes and updates in hopes of recruiting more employees.
Q&A: Dr. Mitchell Nathan talks about his educational psychology research, embodied learning, study habits
Today, the typical vision of education features a teacher at the front of the room with an audience full of students, watching, listening and sitting. While common, this form of teaching and learning is not ideal, according to Mitchell Nathan, the Associate Chair of the Educational Psychology Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
There have been recent calls for the return of University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate and Oscar-winner Fredric March’s name to campus.
In-state tuition rates for the University of Wisconsin System have remained stable since 2013. The UW System Board of Regents continued this trend by extending the tuition freeze to in-state undergraduates for the 2022-23 academic year. Tuition cost is decided in the summer by the Board of Regents through discussions with the chancellors.
As many students celebrate the start of summer with relaxation, the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus is still filled with researchers working to make new discoveries and advances on today’s leading questions. Every summer, researchers conduct multiple major research projects on campus. This summer’s topics cover a wide range of fields including cancer treatment, Australian heritage, COVID-19 and structural brain changes.
Campus Climate Survey voices student concerns, campus culture and lack of comfortability reaching out to police
According to a press release from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the majority of students on the UW-Madison campus find the environment to be inviting to people of all backgrounds. Even so, the university is continuously striving to make the campus a more welcoming place for all. One of the ways the university gains information about areas needing improvement is through Campus Climate Surveys.
A survey intended to measure the support of free speech on all University of Wisconsin campuses was set to be released to students on Thursday, but Wednesday night, the survey was postponed until the fall of 2022.
Former University of Wisconsin-Madison student and slam poet Shasparay, had a goal — she knew she needed to create a platform to be able to showcase, celebrate and engage with contemporary black artists.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison community has probably never noticed the TerraCycle Disposable Masks branded “Zero Waste Boxes” placed on campus for proper disposal of face masks. This is likely because these boxes could only be found in one place —
“What does Black Girl Magic mean to you?”
Over the course of the last semester, the number of girls strolling around the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus sporting little pink ribbons with the black, bold letters “ZTA” layered on top has grown dramatically. These ribbons, the symbol of breast cancer awareness, are worn by members of a new, officially registered student organization — Zeta Tau Alpha.
Parties. Dinners. Dates. The costs of joining a fraternity or sorority can extend beyond basic member dues when it comes to choosing to live within the Greek life houses.
An impromptu trip to Paris was the beginning of a successful jewelry business for EVIE Jewelry co-founders, Erin Schaut and Eleni Tongas. Designed for sustainability, affordability and style, EVIE Jewelry launched in November 2020 with the goals of creating quality jewelry and giving back.