12 Badgers recognized in Madison365’s annual Wisconsin’s Most Influential Native American Leaders of 2023By Audrey Perry | Apr. 6
The nonprofit news publication chose 12 former and current students and employees of UW-Madison, to make up their list of influential leaders for this year.
Students cast ballots for candidates in the Wisconsin State Supreme Court, Wisconsin State Senate, Madison mayor, as well as several referendum questions.
A Forbes survey of thousands of employees across the country ranks UW-Madison No. 196 out of 500 of best large employers.
Running from March 28-29, the “Day of the Badger” event raised $1,691,726 for UW-Madison.
The Vault was founded to provide a way for students to explore the marketing, communication and design sides of the fashion industry.
Segregated fees, housing expenses and out-of-state undergraduate tuition rates for UW-Madison students will also see a slight increase ahead of the fall 2023 semester.
The College of Letters & Science dean will serve as interim provost following John Karl Scholz’s departure to the University of Oregon.
Thousands of students attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison take on additional responsibilities through campus jobs and encounter the trials and errors of finding the perfect balance.
Current and past House Fellows at UW-Madison discuss the pressures and perks of working to enforce policy and build community for UW Housing residents.
The Teaching Assistants’ Association is the labor union representing graduate students at UW-Madison who strive to advocate for living wages, better working conditions and other concerns while working for the university.
Finding balance between research, teaching and service, and managing a life outside work pose significant challenges for professors.
Q&A: UW-Madison director and researcher Jill Denson takes action-oriented approach to studying maternal, child health in WisconsinBy Noe Goldhaber | Mar. 28
Utilizing knowledge from her experience as a social worker, Denson evaluates reproductive justice from nuanced angles.
The Wisconsin Union Directorate Distinguished Lecture Series hosted ethnologist Dr. Jane Goodall for a lecture on her studies in Tanzania.
Dr. Chun sat down with the Cardinal to talk about WisCARES, a program designed to help students in veterinary medicine, as well as her career, research interests and biggest piece of advice.
Susan and James Patterson’s donation extended the university’s Teacher Pledge program through the 2026-27 school year.
The UW Odyssey Project celebrates 20 years of furthering education and improving livelihoods for a variety of people who are nontraditional students.
The Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center announced an additional five years of grant funding from the DOE, up to $147.5 million total, to continue research in creating biofuels and bioproducts to help advance energy security and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.