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New UW–Madison research identifies a link between the long-term decline in manufacturing jobs — accelerated during the Great Recession — and reduced fertility rates.
Helpful Harvest is a three-month pilot program that allows people to choose from available food options online.
The Employee Engagement, Inclusion and Diversity (EID) initiative led by the vice chancellor for finance and administration has recently taken a major step forward with the release of new EID principles.
Identical twins Marquez and Nathan Green will be appearing together on the NBC television show. “Do I want to beat him? Of course — badly,” Nathan says. “But if I can’t win, I’d want him to.”
“Accreditation is incredibly important in assuring our students, their families and Wisconsin taxpayers that we are providing the best possible environment for academic success,” says Chancellor Rebecca Blank.
A UW–Madison-sponsored field day and series of talks offered expert advice and encouragement for organic farmers and those who are thinking about going organic, where prices remain strong.
The new sculpture at Library Mall, titled “Both/And – Tolerance/Innovation," speaks to the confluence of ideas and cultural diversity coming together in Madison.
Known to the world as “Napalm Girl,” survivor turned activist and author Kim Phúc, now 56, and photographer Nick Ut, who made the Pulitzer Prize-winning photo of then-nine-year-old Phúc following a Vietnam War fire bombing, share their stories during an event on campus.
De Shields began his theatrical career at UW–Madison, graduating in 1970 and moving to New York City in 1973. His Broadway career includes "The Wiz" and "The Full Monty."
A vintage bicycle with a rusted Wisconsin license and bike basket is parked outside the Memorial Union.
Close to 15,000 students work for the university each academic year. From working as an assistant in the Cranberry Genetics Greenhouse to serving ice cream at Babcock Hall, a wide variety of opportunities exist across all 12 schools and colleges on campus as well as over 20 other divisions at the university.
June is Pride Month, and it's being celebrated in many ways at UW, as evidenced by this week's Get Social.