The U.S. News rankings’ metrics do not make room for world-class legal education at an affordable price, the UW Law School Dean said.
Students in small groups worked together for 48 hours to develop their own video games for a worldwide competition.
Q&A: UW-Madison Director of Tribal Relations Carla Vigue discusses career, upbringing, plans for the futureBy Natasha Hicks | Feb. 5, 2023
Vigue plans to take experience as a public servant to raise awareness about different Indigenous cultures and histories, and further how the university and tribal nations can connect and help each other.
Survey finds that a significant majority of UW System students deem their academic environment conducive to exploring and expressing new viewpoints.
The teachers came to the School of Education during a six-week stretch in the fall semester to share teaching practices, new pedagogies and ways to confront global challenges such as media literacy.
Kay LeClaire, formerly known as “nibiiwakamigkwe” received nearly $5,000 through the School of Human Ecology’s Center for Design and Material Culture
King was appointed unanimously by the UW System Board of Regents, and student leaders expressed excitement for the new leadership.
UW-Madison’s Multicultural Student Center kicks off the spring semester with annual Comeback CarnivalBy Nadya Hayasi | Jan. 30, 2023
The Comeback Carnival is the first event of the semester for many student organizations, providing an opportunity to encourage involvement and promote upcoming events.
Students, project assistants, teaching assistants and professors provided feedback for the new La Follette School of Public Affairs building.
Funding from The National Endowment for the Humanities allows a team of faculty and students to create educational opportunities focused on reconciliation.
Benjamin Jealous discussed the relationship between prison budgets increasing as education funding decreases, the school-to-prison-pipeline and intersectionality among the lower class.
After being closed for three years, the University Club is reopening and adding a new dining service called the Union Commons on its first floor.
It was a night celebrating Iranian history and tradition.
A blown transformer forced approximately 500 UW Housing residents to vacate by 1 a.m. on Saturday.
Students expressed concerns to ASM on Wednesday about the potential negative impact of the construction of Levy Hall on nearby communal spaces.
Although 2022 crime rates have statistically been similar to 2020 and 2021, many students and community members are on edge due to a perceived uptick in violence near the UW-Madison campus.
Growing up on the Menominee reservation inspired her health research and nonprofit organizations.