This semester, graduate students in the Wisconsin School of Business are able to enroll in a program completely dedicated to business analytics.
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More women than ever are participating in science, technology, engineering and math research at UW-Madison.
UW-Madison Study Abroad partnered with The Council on International Education and Exchange to give away 225 free passports Wednesday in an attempt to promote study abroad programs to a more diverse student body.
UW-Madison rolled out a new Multi-Factor Authentication Software Monday in an attempt to eliminate the numerous hacking issues the university has faced.
UW-Madison researchers begin creating refrigeration-free milk, lead dairy industry with new technology
Director of the Center for Dairy Research John Lucey announced that due to a recent decline in consumption of fluid dairy products, including milk the CDR will begin creating a refrigeration-free fluid dairy beverage with new grant money.
In light of earth week, the WUD Society and Politics Committee hosted a discussion centered around sustainable energy and energy policy as it relates to UW-Madison Monday.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum recently became a national historic site, as it is recognized as the birthplace of ecological restoration of prairie ecological communities.
The Society of Women Engineers held a welding seminar where women in the engineering college were able to come to the Technical Education and Manufacturing lab and make their own union chairs on Tuesday evening.
Almost 150 days after submitting a request to Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wisconsin, released data showing no undocumented persons arrested during the September raids in Dane County were violent felons in a press conference on Monday afternoon at the Capitol.
Associated Students of Madison hosted a program called “New People New Voices,” to allow an interactive forum to discuss identity on Tuesday Evening.
National Teacher of the Year Mandy Manning spoke about how her experience in the Peace Corps led her to become a social justice activist both in and out of the classroom Tuesday.
50 years after black UW-Madison students demanded several changes to campus during a strike, the Wisconsin Black Student Union recreated the movement.
The Student Service Finance Committee heard a budget request from University Health Services in their meeting Monday night.
As the semester begins and the federal government enters its 33rd day of a record-long partial shutdown, The Daily Cardinal is bringing you stories about what the shutdown looks like on campus and around the community. Certain government agencies have been closed since Dec. 22 and will only reopen once Congress and President Trump can reach a compromise over a $5 billion border wall.
Wisconsin Association of Black Men and Sex Out Loud Granted Reduced Budgets for the 2019- ‘20 Fiscal Year
The Student Services Financial Committee granted the Wisconsin Association of Black Men a budget of $31,154 and Sex Out Loud a budget of $90,963 for the 2019-‘20 fiscal year in its meeting Monday night.
As two- and four-year colleges across the UW System navigate a transitional year of restructuring and mergers, UW-Milwaukee and UW-Platteville are attempting to streamline tuition, courses and employment resources at their transformed universities.
The Student Services Finance Committee voted to eliminate salaries for Grant Allocation Committee members while granting Associated Students of Madison the rest of their requested $1,272,839.70 budget in its meeting Monday night.
The Student Service Finance Committee granted Badger Catholic their requested budget of $98,597.50 for 2019-’20 in its meeting Monday night.
Inspired by the recent “four days of terror,” when Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested 83 undocumented immigrants in Wisconsin, a diverse group of scholars met to discuss “What Makes America Great” in the context of immigration, race and the Trump administration Wednesday evening.
The Student Service Finance Committee granted $41,155 to Native American student group Wunk Sheek for their 2019-’20 budget during its meeting Monday.