The events come two weeks after an initial Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attack that reignited war between the militant group and Israel.
The ASM Sustainability chair and co-coordinators represented UW-Madison at the UW System Sustainability Annual Meeting Oct. 12 and 13.
In-person instruction is ending at two branch campuses in June 2024, with a third campus to close entirely.
The program will officially launch in fall 2024, with select courses being piloted among current students.
The study, which is government-funded, aims to determine if a combination of targeted brain stimulation and meditation practices will decrease the number of suicides.
Ten out of 13 UW System campuses to participate in the new direct admissions program.
Madison demonstrators hold rallies supporting Palestinians, decry Israel's response to Oct. 7 attacksBy Gavin Escott and Liam Beran | Oct. 15
Following last Saturday’s attacks against Israel, Madison supporters of Palestine urged an end to Israel’s occupation of the Gaza strip during multiple demonstrations last week.
The bill was proposed at the Associated Students of Madison’s October 11th meeting.
“A Jewish Journey in the White House” discussion charts Hurwitz’s navigation of faith.
At least 1,200 Israelis and 1,100 people in Gaza have been pronounced dead as conflict escalates following Hamas’ surprise attack on Israel early Saturday morning.
The exhibit, presented in collaboration with the Center for Campus History, illuminates Latinx and Chicanx students’ identity, culture and community as resistance throughout the university’s history.
Students, faculty and local residents had the chance to hear from writer and comedian Baratunde Thurston on Thursday, Oct. 5.
The university promoted the fair as a way for students to learn more about various campus mental health resources.
Students and campus organizations alike called for the expansion of services, programs and physical space provided for minority student groups.
The survey was sent by RecWell as part of a ten university study including UW-Madison.
Students face a lack of available and affordable housing as UW-Madison ponders solutions with private developersBy Sanjeev Anand | Oct. 11
Continued informational services, additional housing units and continued plans of working with private developers are among UW-Madison’s plans to increase the availability and affordability of off-campus housing.
Employees highlighted over-reliance on private funding and miniscule staffing numbers impeding maintenance and development of the preserve.
The Daily Cardinal interviewed UW-Madison English professor and PROFS lobbying group president Michael Bernard-Donals on the tenuous position the UW System finds itself in after targeted legislative cuts.
Harmonizing progress: Q&A with Dr. Corey Pompey on guiding UW Marching Band through evolution and traditionBy Nicholas Sinn | Oct. 5
Dr. Pompey, UW-Madison Marching Band director, reflects on the band’s resilience and the enduring Wisconsin tradition amidst a transforming sports landscape.
The university launched the First Generation Badgers pilot program for the 2023-24 academic year.