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Whether summer felt like an eternity or a week, move-in time is here for students. As you return to Madison for the upcoming semester, you may notice quite a few changes around town.
The rankings are based on a school’s contribution to the public good in three categories: social mobility, research, and providing opportunities for public service.
The consortium will build on Wisconsin’s role as a center for growth in personalized medicine and biohealth technology to enhance the health and economic well-being of Wisconsinites and the global community.
Cody Gray says the secrets to a good residence hall move-in are communication, support, and of course, plenty of red carts. The Sellery Hall building supervisor looks forward to the energy of students returning.
The primary focus of my work revolves around understanding how distinct patterns of early household conditions impact child and family outcomes.
The Sept. 1 event, previously known as the Graduate School Degree Dash, will feature two races as well as other activities.
Westphal's legacy of public engagement in the sciences lives on at the museum and across UW–Madison.
School’s in. And so are experts from the University of Wisconsin–Madison who can discuss a variety of subjects related to the start of a new school year.
“Unsurprisingly for a school with about 47,000 students — over 34,000 of them undergraduates — opportunities abound at the University of Wisconsin–Madison,” Money Magazine writes.
An atmospheric heat dome parked over the central U.S. is sending temperatures soaring this week. Combined with oppressively high humidity, the sizzling temperatures are a…
UW experts weigh in on why heat can be so dangerous for our health and offer tips on how to stay cool when temperatures soar.
Learning about new cultures and cities has proven to be just as valuable as the internship work itself, say two UW–Madison students who went abroad.
The National Weather Service has forecast extreme heat for Wisconsin this week through Thursday evening, including an Excessive Heat Warning. The university remains open for…
A walk through Curtis Prairie at the Arboretum is an ideal time and place to slow an overly busy mind and restore one’s spirit, whether its watching the pink bergamot unfurl, the goldenrod spears reaching for the sky, or bees buzzing on a delicate lavender Joe-Pye weed.
The Rural Entrepreneurship Program, part of the Law School's Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic, trains soon-to-be attorneys while helping business owners in smaller communities.
Developing a hydrogen-based way to make pharmaceuticals aligns with renewed interest in a "hydrogen economy."
The following UW–Madison experts can comment on the first upcoming GOP debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Wednesday, Aug. 23.
More than 300 second- and third-shift employees enjoyed ice cream and an inside look at the new Bakke Recreation and Wellbeing Center at an Employee Appreciation Ice Cream Social event from 10 p.m. to midnight on Wednesday, Aug. 16.
Machine learning algorithms can ward off a host of digital impersonators trying to hack voice recognition software, but new research has shown they aren't so impervious to analog threats.