UW–Madison experts will live-tweet commentary on the third round of Democratic presidential candidates debate tonight from Memorial Union.
UW-Madison is one of the nation’s most affordable flagship universities for low-income students, despite a low enrollment of Pell Grant recipients, a study from the Institute for Higher Education Policy reports.
In August 2018, Foxconn pledged to invest $100 million in research and an engineering facility at UW-Madison, but the university reported only receiving $70,000 so far.
UW-Madison rolled out a new Multi-Factor Authentication Software Monday in an attempt to eliminate the numerous hacking issues the university has faced.
As students wrapped up their first week of class, climate change protestors gathered in front of the Humanities Building Friday morning, two of whom wore nooses as part of the demonstration.
GreenBay Technologies, a Madison-originated startup, finds investment from one of the biggest technology companies: Informatica.
According to the 2020 U.S. News & World Report, UW-Madison boosted its national ranking to No. 13 among the best public universities within the country.
UW-Madison released the School of Computer, Data & Information in the College of Letters & Science Thursday. The School of CDIS will collaborate with industries to enhance the development in computing, data and information literacy.
The new UW Marching Band Director Dr. Corey Pompey has his own vision for the band after replacing Wisconsin legend Mike Leckrone, who led the program for 50 years.
It seems hard to remember when student organizations started to hold events and beef up recruitment outside of academic buildings.
The Teaching Assistants’ Association protested on Bascom Hill today to advocate for higher wages, the elimination of segregated fees, the international student fee and workplace policies involving shared governance.
Minnesota native Christina Olstad is “thrilled” to begin her new position as dean of students at UW-Madison starting this semester.
Leaders in UW System student governments share their goals for the fall semester from improving mental health services to expanding public transportation.
Badgers United, a new nonprofit organization launched in June to undergird the financial position of the University of Wisconsin’s flagship campus, held an introductory panel at the end of July.
If a UW System budget is approved, UW-Madison students will need to pay an additional $170 in student fees, $209 more for housing and $50 more for dining.
The UW System’s biennial budget funding request is 32 percent STEM facilities projects in order to support workforce demands. Humanities professors and graduate students wonder: When it will be time to renovate the aging buildings they work in?
Ida Balderrama-Trudell will take over from Gabe Javier as the new interim assistant dean and director of the Multicultural Student Center while Javier continues his work as the new interim associate vice chancellor of student affairs.
The Republican-controlled Joint Finance Committee guaranteed an additional two years to the freeze on in-state undergraduate tuition in the UW System, but only granted less than half of Gov. Tony Evers’ proposed budget for the schools.