The winning team competed in the Yaatly Online Debating League National Debating Championship in Denver earlier this month, winning the entire competition.
Professors Lee and Livny received the award for outstanding research in education and computer science.
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will address the graduating class of 2023 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison spring commencement ceremony this May.
Zember described her history with homosexuality and her decision to step away from the “gay lifestyle” at an event hosted by a Catholic student group.
UW-Madison’s Astronomy Club hosts James Webb Space Telescope scientist Dr. Stephanie LaMassa for a public talkBy Nadya Hayasi | Apr. 17
Dr. LaMassa is a support scientist and branch manager of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) who studies the growth and evolution of supermassive black holes, active galactic nucleus activity and star formation.
Chancellor Mnookin’s investiture featured student performances and speeches from state leaders.
The Senior Class Office selected the Center for Healthy Minds, an organization focused on research regarding mental health and well-being, to receive their annual gift.
Upgraded commercial, research and educational facilities in Babcock Hall continue to support dairy farming research in Wisconsin.
Students are frustrated with UHS’ limited sessions, long wait times and lack of staff.
UW-Madison among 16 universities participating in new Small Town and Rural Students Network program for studentsBy Liam Beran | Apr. 13
The STARS Network hopes to increase access to higher education for students from rural and small towns.
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.