UW-Madison students, faculty and staff are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 booster and flu shots.
The university was selected as the winner of the regional W.K. Kellogg Award for its commitment to bettering communities across Wisconsin.
At the beginning of the school year, Sellery residents received laundry free-of-charge due to technological problems, but now prices are back to $3 dollars a load.
The new ordinance will prohibit investigating, arresting and prosecuting violations of Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban.
College of Letters & Science Dean Eric Wilcots welcomes the third cohort of L&S Dean’s Ambassadors in September.
The UW News Service launched last week, providing media packages to news outlets across Wisconsin.
UW-Madison students who depend on plasma donations for extra income worry they won’t have enough money to cover grocery and graduate school expenses.
UW-Madison Chican@ and Latin@ Studies Program hosts presentation on sustainability, placemaking in Latinx communitiesBy Gwendolyn Christenson | Sep. 26
Authors of the new book “Building Sustainable Worlds: Latinx Placemaking in the Midwest” speak about their research on Latinx communities and current projects
Tuesday’s announcement nearly triples Evers’ original $12 million investment in emergency medical service providers scrambling to recover from the pandemic.
Q&A: Dr. Mitchell Nathan talks about his educational psychology research, embodied learning, study habitsBy Beth Shoop | Sep. 25
Nathan’s years of research on learning sciences has taught him effective teaching and study techniques.
“The will of the people is the law of the land,” Gov. Tony Evers said Wednesday as he announced his newest plan to overturn Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban.
Companies across disciplines set up booths at the Gordon Dining & Event Center this Tuesday, seeking interns and new hires.
University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers will use high-tech mouthguards to collect concussion data from the Badger football team.
“Both Illinois and Minnesota, we found, have a net positive attraction of higher educated residents. Wisconsin is one of the states that's contributing to their benefit.”
Enjoy the changing leaves and the last moments of beautiful weather with a road trip to one of these stunning Wisconsin state parks.
Dr. Thomas Zdeblick stepped down after 22 years of service as chair of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s department of orthopedics.
Both Gov. Tony Evers and a UW-Madison professor say suspending parole reviews is currently illegal in Wisconsin.