The University of Wisconsin–Madison ranks eighth in the nation among best values in public universities, according to a new national survey.
Despite flat research expenditures nationwide, the University of Wisconsin–Madison research enterprise grew by a tad more than 5 percent in 2012 and inched up to number three in the rankings among all U.S. universities, according to statistics released by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Chancellor Rebecca Blank on Monday spoke to the Faculty Senate about critical issues facing UW–Madison including the need to ensure financial stability at an institutional level, improve relations with legislators, and shrink the pay gap with our peers.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison held steady in U.S. News & World Report's latest ranking of 270 national doctoral universities, again tying for 41st overall. The university tied for 11th among public institutions in rankings released today (Sept. 10) in the 2014 edition of "Best Colleges."
Rebecca Blank arriving, Kevin Reilly leaving. Budget cuts and tuition freezes. Even if you were vacationing and unplugged over the summer, it was hard to miss these headlines. But you can be excused for not being on top of everything that happened on campus while you were away.
For the third year in a row, the University of Wisconsin–Madison was ranked 19th among world universities in the annual Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) by Shanghai’s Jiao Tong University.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison shows up prominently in a number of recent college rankings, including the Center for World University Rankings survey, “Fiske Guide to Colleges,” and Livability.com’s top college towns. Other rankings put Madison among the “Smartest Cities in America” and the UW among the best universities in the country.
Ozaukee County residents are among the healthiest in Wisconsin, according to the 2013 County Health Rankings released today by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute (UWPHI) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF).
UW-Madison is again being recognized as one of the world's top learning institutions this year, placing 30th in the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings.
A new scorecard from the U.S. Department of Education's College Affordability and Transparency Center reinforces UW¬-Madison's standing as a good value among its peer institutions.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison currently has 103 graduates serving overseas in 47 countries as Peace Corps volunteers, ranking third for the second consecutive year on the corps' annual list of the top volunteer-producers among large U.S. universities.
UW-Madison was named one of the nation's best values in higher education by the Princeton Review, ranking seventh among public colleges and universities.
According to a national survey, the University of Wisconsin–Madison is among the best values in public universities.
A ranking of the research productivity of 500 research universities around the world placed University of Wisconsin–Madison at No. 22, based on the quantity and quality of research studies published.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison tied for 10th among public institutions in rankings released today (Sept. 12) in U.S. News & World Report's 2013 edition of "Best Colleges."
For the second year in a row, the University of Wisconsin–Madison was ranked 19th among world universities in an annual survey done by Shanghai’s Jiao Tong University.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison is one of just 20 public institutions, and 21 private, named as Best Buys in the “Fiske Guide to Colleges 2013.”