Researchers have produced the first detailed picture of a fast radio burst, aided by a UW-Madison physicist whose archived data helped inform where the energy blasts come from, according to a Wednesday university press release.
Wisconsin Democrats could have a chance at gaining control of the Senate after state Sen. Rick Gudex, R-Fond du Lac, announced Monday that he will not seek re-election.
In an effort to compete with peer institutions, UW-Madison announced Tuesday plans to change the policy by which graduate assistantship stipends are set.
UW-Madison alumnus Matthew Mayrl is UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank’s new chief of staff, according to a Tuesday university press release.
UW-Madison announced Tuesday it has made funds available for raises to recognize strong performance and support faculty and staff who are in high market demand.
Students are looking for solutions to the disproportionate rate at which American Indian students are experiencing sexual assault at UW-Madison, following the university’s Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct.
The UW-Madison Faculty Senate approved several policy changes Monday meant to protect tenured positions from layoffs, termination and displacement in a way that gives more power to faculty members.
Domestic Abuse Intervention Services and Dean & St. Mary’s announced Thursday the launch of Dane County’s first domestic violence Texting Help Line, which is geared toward helping teens who have experienced dating violence.
A UW-Madison bacteriology professor, along with 17 other scientists from around the world, proposed a new way of approaching the study of microbes Wednesday, according to a university press release.
The last of this year’s UW-Madison Massive Open Online Courses will explore how climate change can affect public health and the policy that comes with it, according to a Tuesday university press release.