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To the UW–Madison community, In the wake of disasters such as the earthquake that has devastated Morocco, words seem insufficient to convey the sadness we…
Twenty-seven groups from different student organizations affiliated with the Multicultural Student Center performed a mix of stepping/strolling, dance routines and a capella singing for new students seeking to join student organizations.
The following message was shared by UWPD Chief Roman and Dean of Students Christina Olstad on Sept. 6 following the arrest in connection with an…
Crowds of students chatted and laughed as they walked to classes, stopped bystanders to ask for directions and greeted fellow students as they settled into their seats in lecture halls and classrooms.
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Convocation is UW–Madison’s formal welcome ceremony for all new freshmen and transfer students. For thousands of incoming students, the event at the Kohl Center is their entry into higher education and the beginning of their academic experience at UW–Madison.
According to the Madison Fire Department, 60-80 people were estimated to have been on the pier when it collapsed, with many swimming back to shore.
The Badgers football team and head coach Luke Fickell started the new era of Wisconsin football with a 38-17 defeat of the Buffalo Bulls.
A former classroom teacher, a parent and scholar of technology and learning offers a few suggestions — and some assurances — about what to expect from AI in the near future.
The following message was sent to all students, faculty and staff on Sept. 3.
On the evening of Sept. 1, thousands of first-year University of Wisconsin–Madison students gathered at Camp Randall Stadium for the W Project, a crash course in the Badger spirit.
More than 150 members of the campus community attended the reception, held annually at Olin House.
The new collaboration is built on open-science principles and will use machine learning to advance our knowledge of promising sources of magnetic fusion energy.
During this week's move-in, all sorts of people pitch into push carts, carry boxes, offer advice and provide students with support on an emotional day, especially for students off to college for the first time.
This August, due to campuswide interest, UW–Madison installed 13 additional boxes, for a total of 25 locations on campus, so the entire UW–Madison community has access to this lifesaving measure.
In this summer's blockbuster movie of the same name, Barbie stares down an existential crisis. For humans in the real world, UW's Center for Healthy Minds has some well-tested guidance, along with a free app, for navigating life's challenges and cultivating well-being.
Friends and colleagues at UW remember Koch for his positive attitude and a commitment to personal growth. “Jack touched so many lives,” one said. “This leaves a big hole in our hearts.”
Hanna Noughani graduated from UW–Madison with a double-major in neurobiology and oboe performance, and she will pursue a master’s degree in oboe performance at Indiana University–Bloomington’s Jacobs School of Music.
The PharmD Early Assurance program provides conditional admission to the UW–Madison Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program for high school seniors who want to become a pharmacist and are admitted to a four-year UW System university.