UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank highlighted the university’s efforts to broaden students’ cultural perspectives while at school in her most recent blog post.
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Following Donald Trump’s presidential win, nearly 2,500 students and community members stood in solidarity with historically marginalized groups at the steps of the Capitol Thursday night.
The UW System Board of Regents began its meeting Thursday with a moment of silence for Hussain Saeed Alnahdi, a Saudi Arabian international student from UW-Stout who was killed in a violent attack Oct. 31.
Following an election that left Wisconsin Republicans again in charge of the legislature and subsequently all future funding for the UW System, the state’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors issued a letter seeking renewed support across the state for higher education.
The Wisconsin Idea–the UW System’s grounding principle for outreach to the state—will only be put into action when all students have access to affordable education, according to Sara Goldrick-Rab, former UW-Madison sociology professor and author of “Paying the Price.”
As the push for election engagement wrapped up Tuesday night, Associated Students of Madison leaders assessed the efforts they made to encourage voting across the campus community.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank offered an apology Monday for the university’s response to a controversial costume depicting President Barack Obama in a noose worn at an Oct. 29 football game.
In light of recent racially charged hate and bias incidents at UW-Madison, the ethnic studies requirement has come under review this semester to ensure all of its courses are aligned with the learning outcomes of the university.
While the university has much to be proud of this year, creating a working budget and maintaining an inclusive campus will be critical to its continued success, according to Chancellor Rebecca Blank in her State of the University address Friday.
There seems to be two philosophical approaches to education. One, most prominently espoused by Gov. Scott Walker, is that higher education should primarily focus on preparing students for their career. The other, particularly embedded within UW-Madison, is that higher education is meant for intellectual exploration, gaining breadth in the liberal arts, becoming “culturally competent” and graduating a “well-rounded” person and citizen.
Despite an aggressive vaccination campaign, the university confirmed a third student has contracted a strain of meningococcal disease, according to a Thursday release.
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation has announced a $99 million gift to UW-Madison and its affiliated organizations to support faculty recruitment and retention, as well as to further opportunities for students during the current school year.
UW-Madison undergraduate Selina Armenta has lived in Wisconsin for most of her life, moving with family from Mexico during her childhood. She has experienced frigid midwest winters, Packers football and the typical challenges of life as an American teenager.
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A UW-Madison student was seriously injured after losing control of their skateboard and hitting a light pole on Observatory Drive.
A UW-Madison student was arrested for two counts of second-degree sexual assault Monday.
The University Committee discussed a number of topics ranging from the Westboro Baptist Church visiting campus to faculty childhood care at its meeting Monday.
UW-Madison released a campus climate survey to students Monday that will assess the experiences of people with various backgrounds and identities.
In hopes of keeping more than 140 faculty members who were recruited by other universities, UW-Madison officials said the school spent $23.6 million in the last year on retention efforts.