The Associated Students of Madison added the new role of “diverse engagement coordinator” to increase outreach to groups that have been historically underrepresented in the organization.
Three experts participated in a panel looking into what’s driving increasing higher education costs, as well as its effects and potential solutions.
UW-Madison, UW-Milwaukee and UW-Stevens Point are considered bicycle-friendly campuses, based on new ratings from the League of American Bicyclists.
New Campus Climate Survey reports 26 percent of UW-Madison undergraduate women experience sexual assaultBy Dana Brandt | Oct. 15, 2019
The Association of American Universities’ Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Misconduct found that more than one-fourth of UW-Madison’s undergraduate women report experiencing sexual assault since beginning college. This number reflects a statistically insignificant change from the 2015 survey.
The UW System Board of Regents took another step toward mandating punishments — suspension after two incidents and expulsion after three — for students who disrupt others’ free speech in the long road to amend System rules Friday.
Judge Kristy Kashoua Yang, the first female Hmong judge in the nation, spoke Wednesday about how she stays positive in the face of adversity.
The use of therapy animals is a rising trend and UW students can take part during visits from Dogs on Call.
Diversity has become a phenomenon where institutions feel the need to advertise and, at times, even glorify their members of color.
The Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System gave UW-Madison a silver rating, but the university ranks in the bottom half of reporting UW System institutions.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, which hoped to reestablish a legal victory ordering Apple to pay $506 million in damages for patent infringement.
The Joint Finance Committee voted to release a total of nearly $54 million over two years, with almost $9 million for a UW System Dairy Innovation Hub at three campuses.
More than 30 percent of UW-Madison students took a summer class in 2019 — and 60 percent of these classes were online.
“We are not involved when the school thinks of home,” said UW-Madison senior Payton Wade before the UW-Madison Homecoming Committee promotional video was taken down.
UW-Madison’s Green Fund, which finances student-led sustainability projects, started up a new cardboard recycling program at Gordon Avenue Market.
At the beginning of every school year, the UW Bookstore is one of the busiest places on campus where students rush in and out for textbooks and school supplies. Yet, this time the bookstore is shelving something different.
UW-Madison Study Abroad partnered with The Council on International Education and Exchange to give away 225 free passports Wednesday in an attempt to promote study abroad programs to a more diverse student body.
The Associated Students of Madison’s Equity & Inclusion Committee met Tuesday night to create goals for the semester, including improving various UW-Madison trainings to be more inclusive for all students.
Today, the Latinx Cultural Center and Latinx Heritage Month Planning Committee held the first Latinx Student Orientation in UW-Madison history.