Former University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank, who led the university for nine years, died Friday evening at age 67.
After a successful “Sifting and Reckoning” exhibit at the Chazen Museum of Art, staff will continue work in a new center named after the former University of Wisconsin-Madison chancellor.
UW-Madison Turkish students organize fundraising, donation drive for those affected by earthquakes in TurkeyBy Liam Beran | Feb. 16, 2023
The Madison Association of Turkish Students raised over $11,200 and donated around 4,000 items to the Turkish Consulate General in Chicago.
The new program will provide full financial aid for eligible Wisconsin students.
Increase of enrollment in Computer, Data & Information Sciences is primarily due to tech sector growth and expanding job opportunities.
Lori Kido Lopez received one of the UW System’s 2023 diversity awards for dedication to promoting diversity and inclusion.
Associated Students of Madison holds first training in preparation for lobbying day, prioritizes topics concerning mental health, rent controlBy Noa Chamberlin | Feb. 11, 2023
Student members of ASM are preparing which topics will be presented to the state legislature on lobbying day to best benefit the UW-Madison student body.
In Thursday’s presentation to UW Board of Regents, the newly-appointed Chancellor asked for significant increases to school resources.
The West Campus District Planning Team is looking to receive feedback on its proposed 15-year plan into an untapped area of campus.
The Black Cultural Center and Black History Month Planning Committee curated a month-long program full of speakers, performances and other events to highlight Black arts and culture.
The university’s use of different melting agents combined with salt reuse mitigates environmental harm.
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.