A rise in positive cases among the UW-Madison population has led the university to conduct voluntary surveillance testing.
UW-Madison voter registration drives will not operate during “two week emphasis on health and safety protocols” for undergraduate students.
Racist and white supremacist graffiti discovered on multiple buildings around Library Mall
Effective at 5 p.m. Monday, UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank directed all undergraduate students to “severely limit in-person interaction and restrict their movement” for two weeks following a rise in COVID-19 cases.
As sorority and fraternity chapters witness an increase in COVID-19 cases, chapters may be asked to engage in a community-wide quarantine
UW-Madison witnesses rank increases in Washington Monthly magazine and Times Higher Ed. Rankings differ based on criteria assessed by each source.
UW-Madison’s “Smart Restart” program kicks into gear while positive cases increase on campus.
Guidelines enacted by UW-Madison administration aim to protect and support students during COVID-19. To what extent do these guidelines infringe on freedom of expression?
As the UW-Madison community attempts to return to normalcy under the auspices of its “Smart Restart” plan and a hybrid model of teaching instruction, some of its students will be absent from campus.
Gov. Tony Evers has distributed CARES Act funds across the UW System to implement detailed COVID-19 testing programs on campuses.
In anticipation of future financial losses related to the COVID-19 outbreak, UW System President Ray Cross directed campuses to cut academic programs and brace for layoffs Thursday.
As students begin online courses, UW-Madison announces special pass/fail grading option for spring semesterBy Allison Garfield | Mar. 26, 2020
The Office of the Provost announced a special Pass/Fail grading option for students during the Spring 2020 semester due to the impact of COVID-19.
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In-person classes canceled for remainder of semester: UW-Madison adds to growing list of restrictionsBy Michael Parsky | Mar. 17, 2020
Nineteen people have tested positive for the novel coronavirus in Dane County as of Tuesday, including one UW-Madison faculty member in the School of Veterinary Medicine.
While she felt no personal threat, Laura Buckman, a UW-Madison junior studying abroad in Italy, was disheartened to learn she must leave the country at the university’s request due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19, formerly known as Novel Coronavirus.
Amid coronavirus outbreaks in Italy, CET Academic Programs has offered two options to current UW-Madison students in Florence: depart home to the U.S. for three weeks, study remotely and return before March 23 or remain in Florence and continue attending in-person classes.
“2020 feels worse, as far as regards to the safety of Jewish people, than it did in 2010,” Head of Chabad House Rabbi Mendel said. “That, of course, is working backward.”
UW Health will begin screening patients based on travel history to Wuhan, China, while in Platteville, six students are being monitored for the new strain of coronavirus.