Previous UW-Madison research suggests autism can be reliably diagnosed by age two, but fewer than half of children with autism spectrum disorders are being identified in their communities by age five nationwide.
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Two pieces of graffiti featuring Nazi-related imagery appeared on the UW-Madison campus this week near the University Bookstore and Engineering Mall.
On April 9, UW-Madison students received an email briefly describing a first-degree sexual assault that occurred just after 10 p.m. the previous night.
"We’re Better Than That"-Men Against Sexual Assault kicked off Sexual Assault Awareness month April 3 with a video encouraging students to discuss sexual assaults happening within the Greek communities and change campus culture.
A first-degree sexual assault occurred late Friday night between 10 p.m. and 10:40 p.m. near Memorial Union.
Two research papers from a UW-Madison geoscience lab highlighted how a group of bacteria uses iron in a similar way that animals use oxygen, according to a university news release.
The American Education Research Association awarded UW-Madison faculty Diana Hess and Paula McAvoy the 2016 AERA Outstanding Book Award Tuesday for the publication, “The Political Classroom: Evidence and Ethics in Democratic Education,” according to a university release.
To combat the decline of female and minority graduates in computer science, UW-Madison’s Department of Computer Sciences is offering the Wisconsin Emerging Scholars-Computer Sciences program to recruit a broader cross section of students to the field.
Moda Magazine wrapped up its UW Fashion Week with their annual runway show Friday night, where student designers and Madison area retailers showcased their collections at Union South.
UW-Madison’s Great World Texts program will host its annual student conference April 20 at Union South where high school students will present their projects surrounding a classic literary text.
UW South Madison Partnership celebrated its one-year anniversary of community outreach and collaboration between UW-Madison professionals and Madison citizens Tuesday.
In recent months, diversity advocates expressed concerns about the UW System’s approaches in improving the experiences of minority students and Wisconsin’s educational disparity between white and black students.
Faculty and academic staff from around the UW System rallied together to submit the American Federation of Teachers-Wisconsin joint statement, voicing concerns against proposed tenure policies before the Board of Regents meeting Friday morning.
UW-Madison announced Tuesday the beginning of Shakespeare in Wisconsin 2016, a statewide, yearlong celebration dedicated to the life and works of William Shakespeare.
This Spring, UW-Madison will partner with Madison College to provide the Global Passport Program, an opportunity for Madison College students to participate in select international studies courses at UW-Madison.
Luke Loken, a doctoral student with UW-Madison's Center for Limnology, has found a way to convert his passion for being out on the water into an opportunity to understand the hidden chemistry that lies beneath the surface of lakes and rivers.
Sounds of explosions reverberate through chemistry classrooms as UW-Madison instructional specialist Jim Maynard breaks the monotony of the traditional approach to teaching by doing live demonstrations of scientific experiments.
More than 3,000 citizens died and entire villages crumbled into nonexistence after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal, according to the Red Cross. Despite the tragedy occurring roughly 7,000 miles away, recognition of the earthquake has crossed borders into Madison.
Wisconsin Union Directorate Society & Politics hosted its annual debate between representatives of College Democrats and College Republicans Thursday evening at Union South in pursuit of promoting public engagement about relevant topics within Wisconsin’s politics.
Political theorist Danielle Allen shed a modern light on the Declaration of Independence Tuesday by analyzing the U.S. colonists’ foundation for political equality in a lecture given at Memorial Union’s Shannon Hall.