Students, project assistants, teaching assistants and professors provided feedback for the new La Follette School of Public Affairs building.
New Nalox-ZONE boxes aim to reduce the possibility of drug overdoses, especially with the rise in fentanyl overdoses.
A decreased number of healthcare workers prompted UnityPoint Health-Meriter and UW Health to take action.
Q&A: Dr. Mitchell Nathan talks about his educational psychology research, embodied learning, study habitsBy Beth Shoop | Sep. 25
Nathan’s years of research on learning sciences has taught him effective teaching and study techniques.
While March’s name will not return to the top of the Play Circle Theater, with deeper research, his name and legacy at the university could be found elsewhere.
The UW System Board of Regents voted to extend the tuition freeze to in-state undergraduates for the 2022-23 academic year
Research developments over the summer cover a wide range of fields including Australian heritage, COVID-19, structural brain change and cancer treatments.
Campus Climate Survey voices student concerns, campus culture and lack of comfortability reaching out to policeBy Beth Shoop | May. 11
UW-Madison releases initial Campus Climate Survey results to motivate changes on campus
The University of Wisconsin System has delayed the release of a free speech survey to all campuses as a result of public concerns about its creation and purpose.
University of Wisconsin-Madison alum and slam poet Shasparay is hosting her third annual Black Arts Matter Festival which aims to showcase Black art and voices.