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.
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University of Wisconsin-Madison senior class officers and the Chancellor’s office chose comedian Charlie Berens as the University of winter commencement speaker, according to a UW-Madison press release. The winter commencement ceremony will be at the Kohl Center on Dec. 18.
The Gender and Sexuality Campus Center (GSCC) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison hosted a Trans Community Day on Monday, providing a space for LGBTQ+ community members and allies to gather and support each other while conservative commentator Matt Walsh spoke at Great Hall at Memorial Union.
Explicit photos and video of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s 2021 volleyball team were leaked online this week. The photos and video were taken right after the team won the 2021 Big 10 championship in November.
Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison partnered with the National Football League (NFL) to collect data from high-tech mouthguard sensors currently used by the Badger football team.
Areas around campus were defaced with antisemitic graffiti on the first day of classes at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Wednesday. The graffiti contained words of hate and attacks on the entire Jewish community through accusations and blood libels, according to a UW Chabad statement.
Rebecca Blank gave her last address as Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Wednesday, May 11. She reflected upon many accomplishments the university achieved over her nine years of service, such as more stable finances, research expansion and sustainable diversity initiatives.
University of Wisconsin System Regents Michael M. Grebe and Andrew S. Petersen's terms expire on May 1, 2022, but new nominations for their positions have yet to be publicly released.
Students and faculty were shocked and surprised when Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced on Oct. 11 she will be leaving University of Wisconsin-Madison at the end of the 2021-22 academic year to become the first female president of Northwestern University. Blank’s departure opens the door for a new chancellor to govern UW-Madison, offering a potential new philosophy and perspective for the campus community.
University of Wisconsin-Madison’s decision to no longer require masks in indoor settings after March 12, the start of Spring Recess, has elicited puzzlement and irritation amongst members of student government and the Teaching Assistants Association.
University of Wisconsin-Madison welcomed a new student organization to campus this fall. Badger Blockchain, founded this past August, aims to “engage and evangelize the UW-Madison student community into Blockchain technology.”
University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers are leading efforts along with three other teams to create a universal coronavirus vaccine.
COVID-19 positive students temporarily housed at Eagle Heights spark debate among graduate students, faculty
COVID-19 positive students are being temporarily housed in vacant apartments at the Eagle Heights complex, which houses many graduate students and faculty.
Wisconsin's home football game against Michigan Saturday saw an increase in game ejections, ambulance calls and arrests across the season. A high of 50 people were ejected from the game, but only 33 were University of Wisconsin-Madison students.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s University Health Services will now offer a third “booster” shot of the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine to students and employees. UHS is offering the third dose of Moderna or Pfizer to eligible students and employees who are moderately or severely immunocompromised and may have not received adequate production from the first two doses.
Students participated in a Repair the Lake trash cleanup event on Sept. 7, organized by Hillel, Interfraternity Council and National Panhellenic Conference. The event is a modernized version of the reverse Taschlish, a Jewish ritual observed for Rosh Hashana.
UW-Madison implemented updated face mask regulations and physical distancing guidelines for events on June 2. Among other changes, individuals who are fully vaccinated are no longer required to wear face masks on campus.
The Associated Students of Madison passed three new pieces of legislation at their final meeting of the 2020-21 school year Tuesday.
The Associated Students of Madison advocated for better implementation of student aid efforts and clarified their bylaws regarding student government positions at their Tuesday night meeting.
The Wisconsin Companion Animal Resource, Education and Social Services clinic recognized a recent surge in requests for veterinary services for owners experiencing financial hardship.