The University of Wisconsin system will receive the largest state funding increase in nearly two decades.
Forced to go remote by COVID-19, student organizations navigate involvement and participation.
UW-Madison Federal Pell Grant recipients began to receive notice of automatic COVID-19 aid Monday.
UW System Interim President Tommy Thompson proposed the idea of consolidating UW System campuses and Wisconsin technical colleges to boost enrollment and retain money.
UW-Madison will receive more than $12.2 million from the State of Wisconsin Building Commission for minor building renovation projects.
Graduate students feel they shouldn’t have to pay the mandatory fees, which amount to 10% of their salaries as university employees.
Student leaders at UW-Madison share reasons why the past, present and future of Black history must be acknowledged.
Pleasant Company founder Pleasant Rowland announced a donation of $10 million, which will go toward a new UW Health transplant facility.
Seven student organizations are calling for the group to be uninvited, but university officials say that due to First Amendment rights, they can participate.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison facility is now the 44th National Historic Landmark in Wisconsin.
The new strain, which originated in the United Kingdom and appears to spread faster than other virus strains, has not yet been found in Madison
University of Wisconsin System interim President Tommy Thompson claims Republican leaders in the state legislature advised him to not raise tuition in his first budget request.
Students will be required to test for COVID-19 twice weekly, track their test results and interactions using the Safer Badgers app.
University officials said Rich Yaeger was fired for “workplace policy violations” rather than for the motorcycle incident itself.
Graduate worker union demands UW-Madison for financial mercy as university faces a financial crisis of its own.
UW Health, as a designated hub for vaccine distribution, will provide the vaccine to the region's health systems and long-term care facilities.
A scientific journal has retracted a 1951 paper written by a UW-Madison professor due to defamatory content toward homosexual participants of a study that attempted to convert them to be straight.
In a lecture hosted by the Wisconsin Alumni Association on Tuesday, UW-Madison faculty Dr. James Conway, R. Alta Charo and Dr. Jonathan Temte discussed a source of hope during the COVID-19 pandemic: the newly created COVID-19 vaccine.