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The Food and Drug Administration has authorized booster shots for people ages 18 and over who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and for some at risk populations who received the Moderna vaccine. If the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends it, these boosters will be available soon, including on campus through University Health Services.
Cranmer, a UW–Madison alumnus and executive director of the Moore-Sloan Data Science Environment at NYU, played a significant role in the discovery of the Higgs boson.
The stories behind our masks range from pragmatic to sentimental. They're a way to connect with others during pandemic times.
Demic is an app created by students that facilitates academic support and social connection among UW–Madison students. About 800 students have already joined the app, which launched at the beginning of the semester.
The new initiative gives students an impactful experiences and provides crucial support to employers during a time when budgets are stretched as a result of COVID-19.
Read this message in: Español Hmoob བོད་སྐད Tibetan 中文 Chinese नेपाली Nepali October 12, 2021 Colleagues, As the fall semester begins its second…
Researchers in the School of Pharmacy, led by Quanyin Hu, have developed a system that can keep probiotic bacteria alive in the lower intestine long enough to help treat or prevent colitis in a mouse model of the disease.
The fellowship is awarded annually to early-career scientists whose research has led to new discoveries that improve people’s lives and enhance our understanding of the universe.
“There are very few places on the globe where you have the collection of expertise with fungi that we have at UW–Madison,” says Anne Pringle, a professor of botany.
The initiative is one of the most powerful ways UW–Madison helps Wisconsin resident students from lower- to moderate-income families afford the state’s flagship university.
Transformative $20 million lead gift to help realize vision of new Letters & Science Academic Building
Irving and Dorothy Levy Hall will create a unified home for the Department of History and nine other L&S academic departments, programs and centers that currently are spread across eight facilities on campus.
In 2005, horticulture professors Irwin Goldman and Jim Nienhuis started a new campus tradition: the annual Giant Pumpkin Regatta. Interrupted by the pandemic in 2020, the event returned recently on a beautiful October Saturday.
The Wunk Sheek Native American student organization held a powwow in celebration of Indigenous Peoples Day on Oct. 11 at the Gordon Dining and Event Center.
New research findings from the UW, NOAA and others may change the way scientists predict how cloud formation responds to changes in the oceans.
The State, UW and UW Health Employees Combined Campaign of Dane County gives much-needed support to the essential services and charitable work of more than 500 local, state, national and international organizations.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank will leave the University of Wisconsin–Madison at the end of the 2021-22 academic year to assume the presidency of Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill.