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UW Carbone Cancer Center conducting breast cancer vaccine clinical trial

February 7, 2023

The trial is testing a novel vaccine, developed by Dr. Nora Disis at the University of Washington in Seattle, designed to prevent the recurrence of triple-negative breast cancer.

UW’s 5 hottest majors: Student demand, workforce trends drive enrollment gains

February 7, 2023

UW–Madison is constantly evolving to make sure higher education captures student interest and meets the needs of employers here in Wisconsin and around the world.

5-year reviews underway for Engineering and Extension deans

February 7, 2023

A comprehensive review will assess the deans' academic and administrative leadership and performance.

Early voting starts for Feb. 21 primary election

February 7, 2023

In-person absentee voting for the Feb. 21 spring primary election is now open.

Provost Scholz announces interim vice provosts for UW–Madison Libraries

February 7, 2023

University of Wisconsin–Madison Provost Karl Scholz has chosen Lesley Moyo, associate university librarian for public services, and Lee Konrad, associate university librarian for digital strategy,…

Double the fun at the Lunar New Year

February 6, 2023

Students celebrated the Lunar New Year at two different events on campus on Feb. 4, with lion dancers, performances, food and lots of smiles.

Seed strategy can help restore a biodiversity hotspot

February 6, 2023

Seeding longleaf pine understories with a mix of native savanna species could help restore one of North America's most biodiverse ecosystems.

A jump into Ojibwe tradition on the ice of Lake Mendota

February 4, 2023

Participants at the Ojibwe Winter Games on Lake Mendota on Feb. 3 learned how to fling a snow snake (gooniikaa-ginebig) and other traditional Ojibwe hunting skills.

UW–Madison’s commitment to the state at the heart of new campaign

February 3, 2023

A new campaign will share the hard work and innovation that make Badgers truly unstoppable.

The University of Wisconsin–Madison Turns 175

February 2, 2023

This July, the University of Wisconsin–Madison will kick off a year-long celebration to mark 175 years of constant trailblazing, ground-breaking research discoveries and defining cultural movements.

Search announced for 2 new ombuds

February 2, 2023

The Office of the Provost and the Ombuds Office are seeking two new ombuds, one to begin service in June and the other to begin in December of this year.

3 open house events in February will collect public input on West Campus District Plan

February 2, 2023

UW–Madison staff and architects from the design firm Perkins & Will will host three open house events in February to collect public input on the district's potential future development.

Budget priorities for a world-class university

February 1, 2023

Heading into the 2022-23 legislative session, UW–Madison's budget priorities include greater flexibility to pursue building and maintenance projects, investments in research and academic excellence, a new engineering building, and a compensation plan designed to attract and retain employees.

Surveys reinforce UW–Madison’s longstanding commitments to free speech, civil dialogue and belonging

February 1, 2023

Helping students engage with diverse viewpoints and find ways to take part in civil dialogue even when they disagree has been an ongoing focus and priority for UW–Madison.

Weight loss may be early predictor of Alzheimer’s disease in Down syndrome

January 31, 2023

The findings indicate weight loss may be a useful predictor of the disease prior to the onset of the cognitive problems that often trigger diagnosis.

Madison researchers join ranks of AAAS fellows

January 31, 2023

Six UW–Madison researchers are among the 506 scientists, engineers and innovators honored in this year's awards from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

New center will build on work of university’s Public History Project

January 26, 2023

UW–Madison's Public History Project, set to conclude this summer, will continue and expand its work as a new, permanent entity to be called the Rebecca M. Blank Center for Campus History.

MLK Symposium: How the right mindset can continue MLK’s legacy

January 25, 2023

Former NCAAP President Benjamin Jealous said he succeeded by presenting the keys on how each of us can unlock our ability to have a maximum impact on the world for the better.

2023 Distinguished Teaching Award recipients announced

January 25, 2023

Twelve faculty members have been chosen to receive this year’s Distinguished Teaching Awards, an honor that annually recognizes some of UW–Madison's finest educators.