Provost shuts down task force after recommending retroactive disruption grading options for the fall 2020 semesterBy Samantha Henschel | Apr. 12
After installing an option for disruptive grading for the spring semester, the Office of the Provost dissolved the student-led committee that helped create the policy.
Graduate programs in education and law improved while engineering, medicine and business all dropped.
Barry Alvarez made significant contributions to the UW-Madison athletic department, which will be celebrated upon his expected retirement.
Students have lost jobs and income because of a dried up job pool during the pandemic, but the ASM Student Relief Fund still hasn’t been implemented.
The Graduate Worker Union of UW-Madison spoke out on efforts to remit segregated and mandatory fees.
The incoming program will be the first in the country to focus on psychoactive pharmaceutical investigation.
The UW School of Medicine and Public Health conducted a Match Day ceremony to celebrate students’ residency matches and resilience while facing COVID-19 during medical school.
Wisconsin Partnership Program announces $1.2 million in additional grants are available to address COVID-19 impactsBy Alison Stecker | Mar. 22
The WPP initially received $3 million in May 2020 for COVID-19 projects, but got additional funding last week.
UW-Madison students showed skepticism toward UW-Madison’s allocation of federal funding for students.
As COVID-19 vaccination eligibility in Wisconsin expands, UHS is allowing the UW-Madison community to check their eligibility status and schedule appointments through their online portal.
As the Spring election for City Council nears, candidate Ayomi Obuseh reflects on her campaign, her platform and her inspirations.
The university is now allowing select employees to use vacation hours until an updated October carryover deadline.
The UW-Madison student COVID-19 positivity rate fell to 0.1 percent Friday, marking the lowest it’s ever been since the university began collecting data.