The University of Wisconsin-Madison has a responsibility to uphold the rights granted under the First Amendment.
Alfred E. Tsai
ESG, also known as socially responsible investing or impact investing, refers to investing strategies which consider the environmental, social, and governance factors of companies.
Are societies willing to sacrifice lives to protect the global economy, thereby reducing unemployment and economic suffering? Or must we put our financial resources into global health, so as to prevent even more extraordinary losses?
As the coronavirus pandemic tests our switch to alternative modes of education delivery, we should be reminded how online learning is increasingly relevant to ambitious and self-motivated students today willing to trade off the benefits of an on-campus instructional experience for greater convenience and flexibility.
A blog post by the Office of the Chancellor dated August 22 entitled "UW's relationship with China," which originally mentioned Taiwan in the student statistics, sparked a degree of controversy among Taiwanese students.