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UW-Madison released the following statement on Sept. 20 in response to questions about the an unaffiliated student-produced clothing line. “UW-Madison strives to provide a welcoming …
The campus may be empty while students are on spring break, but Wisconsin Men’s Rowing is keeping it busy on Lake Mendota.
University leaders say they will continue to oppose any legislation that would allow concealed weapons in university buildings.
Crystal Potts graduated from UW–Madison in 2010, and she attributes her interest in state government and politics to her education and experiences at the university.
Lynx Biosciences is developing technology to choose the drug most likely to benefit a blood cancer patient by analyzing how the tumor cells respond.
The contestants emerged from about 200 entries and three rounds of judging in the contest organized by the Wisconsin Technology Council.
The Faculty Senate on Monday held the first reading on a draft proposal for tenure protections, crafted to respond to recent legislative changes.
Grants of up to $500 are available to faculty and staff who have projects or initiatives that create awareness of the value UW–Madison provides to the state of Wisconsin.
Seen from the roof of Memorial Library, a supermoon rises in the nighttime sky behind the Wisconsin statue headdress atop the dome of the Wisconsin State Capitol building on Sept. 27, 2015.
An ad hoc committee of faculty members charged with recommending policies to continue strong tenure protections in response to legislative changes made in the 2015-17 state budget has released a report with recommendations. The answers below were written by Professor Dorothy Farrar Edwards, a member of the University Committee who chaired the ad hoc committee on tenure and termination, Vice Provost for Faculty and Staff Programs Michael Bernard-Donals, and Secretary of the Faculty Steven Smith.