Over the course of the fall semester, 22 teachers from 12 different countries across Eastern Europe and Central Asia honed their skills at the School of Education as part of the Fulbright Teaching Excellence and Achievement (Fulbright TEA) program. The educators were part of the Fulbright TEA Media Literacy Cohort, which aims to help teachers develop and promote media literacy skills in their communities back home.
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The University of Wisconsin-Madison prides itself on the Wisconsin Idea, the idea that education should influence people's lives beyond the classroom. This fall, three UW students put that into action.
Every October, Bascom Hill is filled with bright pink flamingos as part of an initiative called Fill the Hill, which celebrates a new wave of donations to the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) announced the monetary amount it will contribute to research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for the 2022-23 academic year last week. A total of $130 million will be used to support its programs.
Dr. Kenneth Sembach’s infatuation with space began when he was a graduate student studying astronomy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He was a Hubble Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and eventually ascended to the role of director of the Space Telescope Science Institute (STSci) in 2015.
When Josh “J” Braverman arrived at the University of Wisconsin-Madison this year, he immediately knew he wanted to make a statement. So, he decided to do what he’s been doing for years — cut hair.
ASM proposes legislation to increase hourly student worker minimum wage to $15, joins statewide student governance organization
In a move that reflected growing momentum on campus, the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s student council introduced legislation Wednesday to increase the wages of all student worker positions to $15 an hour. The introduction of this legislation is in response to the Wisconsin Union and UW Housing & Dining increasing their minimum wage to $15 an hour in late August.