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Inaugural Mental Health & Wellbeing Summit will focus on self-care for students

March 3, 2021

While the summit’s primary audience is students, other members of the campus community may find the information beneficial.


UW Health’s healthcare heroes have stepped up

March 5, 2021

Their roles range from administering tests to caring for patients to ramping up telehealth, and they've worked long hours to help all of us through this difficult time.

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Badger Talks: Disparities in COVID vaccination “I think the disparities in vaccination are a reflection of the underlying  disparities that drive Covid-related mobidity and mortality in the first place." See more

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Ajay Sethi: New CDC guidelines about safe activities for vaccinated people

Ajay Sethi, associate professor in the School of Medicine and Public Health and an expert on infectious disease epidemiology, is… More

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Can't Stop a Badger

CDC recommends fitters like Badger Seal, giving it boost

March 4, 2021

The team of UW–Madison engineers developed a simple and inexpensive do-it-yourself fitter that ensures a tighter mask seal around the wearer’s nose, mouth and face, as masks can leave gaps that could allow virus particles to escape.

Raimey-Noland Campaign

More than a footnote: Remembering the life of William S. Noland, the first known Black graduate of UW–Madison

March 3, 2021

Noland, a member of the first Black family to establish permanent residence in Madison, received his UW degree on June 17, 1875.

Online instruction

In virtual classrooms, UW–Madison instructors find meaningful ways to connect with students

March 3, 2021

Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic forced many courses online last year, UW–Madison instructors have been investing great thought and effort into making their virtual classrooms engaging and inclusive.