Corporate investment could improve climate-tech innovation
When well-resourced corporations invest in start-ups, they can have an outsized influence on which start-ups succeed and grow, therefore shaping climate technology trajectories.
Women’s History Month: celebrating UW women
In honor of Women’s History Month, here are the stories of some of our other favorite UW women who continue to inspire.
For stressed-out grad students, mindfulness makes big difference
Cultivated through practices such as meditation, yoga or prayer, mindfulness centers around being in the present moment in an open, non-judgmental, curious, accepting way.
Howard Schweber: Possible arrest of former president Trump
Howard Schweber, associate professor of political science and legal studies and affiliate faculty of law, is available for interviews about news that… More
Hurricane and Climate Expert to speak as part of the Len Robock Lecture Series7:00 pm, Main Forum, Discovery Building
New funding to protect bats from fungal epidemic hinges on UW–Madison discoveries
Researchers will investigate a multi-pronged approach to protecting wild bats against Pseudogymnoascus destructans, the fungus that causes white-nose syndrome.
UW–Madison’s innovative Teacher Pledge, aimed at supporting future educators, extended
This donor-funded initiative pays the equivalent of in-state tuition and fees, testing, and licensing costs for students enrolled in one of the School’s teacher preparation programs. In return, graduates “pledge” to teach for three or four years at a pre-kindergarten through 12th grade school in Wisconsin.