UW-Madison’s Physical Sciences Laboratory, located more than 10 miles off campus and surrounded by cornfields, is a world-renowned engineering facility that’s been turning out state-of-the-art projects for half a century.
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The Associated Students of Madison and UW-Madison administration shared hors d'oeuvres and conversation Tuesday during Networking Night, a new event that Chair Katrina Morrison hoped would “repair relationships from last year.”
Administrators and ASM members chatted at Networking Night, an event meant to "repair relationships."
Ed Yong, a staff writer for The Atlantic, will visit campus next week to deliver a free public talk emphasizing the importance of effective storytelling in the field of communication science, according to a university news release.
The Physical Sciences Laboratory, now 50 years old, has handled more than 6,000 research projects.
Dr. Mark Schroeder, a UW-Madison anesthesiologist for UW Health, has permanently surrendered his license to practice medicine and surgery in Wisconsin following an investigation into complaints about his behavior with patients and coworkers.
The Wisconsin Black Student Union highlighted aspects of their core programming during their presentation to the Student Services Finance Committee, where the organization advocated for reconfirmed eligibility for the General Student Services Fund.
During their hearing, members of the Wisconsin Black Student Union made their case to SSFC to receive reconfirmed eligibility for the GSSF.
A suicide prevention program from University Health Services will shift to put an emphasis on students this coming year.
Illegal downloading by UW-Madison students has continued to decline for the seventh straight semester, according to a news release by Division of Information Technology officials.
Three UW-Madison Jewish students are suing the Associated Students of Madison’s Student Council for violating ASM bylaws by acting on legislation that would have required the university to divest from Israeli companies on the same day it was brought forth last year.
Ryan Ring has been involved in student government ever since seventh grade, and when he arrived at UW-Eau Claire in 2015 he settled into committees on the student government association before working his way to a student senate position.
Students graduating from UW-Superior this year will be leaving a far different school than the one they applied to. Those students saw at least 20 programs suspended and a number of faculty members laid off since 2013 — and some fear the situation will fail to improve, as UW System special assistance to the university ended this year.
UW-Madison’s class of 2021 is one of the largest in school history, according to a university census taken on the 10th day of classes.
As part of their continued effort to facilitate acceptance and inclusiveness in the UW-Madison community, campus administrators are accepting applications for a program in which select faculty members advise others on best practices for creating a welcoming classroom environment.
The Associated Students of Madison are the only governing body on campus that has not endorsed UW-Madison’s institutional statement on diversity, according to Vice Provost and Chief Diversity Officer Patrick Sims.
Adventure Learning Programs, which has received the largest portion of money from the General Student Services Fund over the last two years, made its case to the Student Services Finance Committee for reconfirmed eligibility at their hearing Thursday night.
Adventure Learning Programs will now be able to fund work that was previously going unpaid.
UW System institutions will no longer be able to choose which categories of the performance-based metrics they will be measured by, after Gov. Scott Walker made his vetoes on the state’s 2017-19 budget Wednesday.