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UW–Madison Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin provides updates related to the ongoing conversations with state legislative leadership about the critical priorities of the Universities of Wisconsin and UW–Madison.
You may be aware that around noon Saturday approximately 20 members of a neo-Nazi group marched from areas adjacent to the UW–Madison campus to the State Capitol and East Side. The presence of swastika flags and other Nazi symbols in our midst, along with hateful white supremacist rhetoric, is disgusting and repugnant.
Chancellor Mnookin, one of the most cited evidence law scholars in the nation, has published a new editorial in the journal Science in light of updates to a federal rule clarifying the use of scientific expertise in the courtroom. She argues for more consistent application of sound science and evidence, particularly in criminal cases.
I am writing to share what is, to my mind, an extraordinarily thoughtful statement prepared by faith-based and community leaders who are on the UW–Madison Center for Interfaith Dialogue’s Faith Advisory Council. In it, they name a tension we are feeling acutely on our campus right now: the responsibility to ensure the right to free speech while simultaneously acknowledging that certain forms of legally protected speech can cause significant emotional harm to members of our community.
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The following message can be viewed in multiple languages. Español Hmoob བོད་སྐད Tibetan 中文 Chinese नेपाली Nepali On Oct. 17,…
Nearly 1,000 students new to UW–Madison this fall are in the first class of Bucky’s Pell Pathway recipientsOctober 12, 2023
In its first year, Bucky's Pell Pathway — which covers tuition, fees, housing, food and books for Pell-qualifying Wisconsin residents — has made debt-free higher education possible for 829 freshmen and 148 transfer students.
At the direction of Chancellor Mnookin, an ad-hoc group will study the Black experience at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and recommend steps the campus community could take to positively impact that experience.
Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin shared the following message with all UW–Madison students and employees on June 29, 2023. To our campus community, Today, the United…
Statement of Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin in response to Joint Finance Committee decisions on UW System budgetJune 22, 2023
Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin shared the following statement on the UW System budget on June 22, 2023. “We appreciate the Joint Finance Committee’s decision to…
Author David McRaney focuses on why people believe the way they do and offers surprising evidence from psychology and neuroscience to explain what tends to be persuasive.
University of Wisconsin–Madison leaders are expressing disappointment in reaction to the state legislative Joint Finance Committee’s decision to again withhold approval of a new College…
Isbell comes to UW–Madison from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he has been the John P. Imlay Jr. Dean of the College of Computing since 2019.
The following message was emailed to all faculty and staff on March 13. To our faculty and staff— I hope you’re enjoying the beginning of…
In her first address to the UW System Board of Regents, Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin said that the university is thriving across many dimensions, but that its excellence can’t be taken for granted.
UW–Madison strengthens its commitment to affordability with Chancellor Mnookin's announcement of Bucky's Pell Pathway.
The new vice chancellor will focus on the growing demands across media of serving the university community and its stakeholders.
Jennifer Mnookin, the 30th chancellor of the University of Wisconsin–Madison will be formally installed in her role on April 14, 2023. Chancellor Jennifer L.
As she continued her tours of Wisconsin to listen and learn, Chancellor Mnookin met with Ho-Chunk leaders, toured a cranberry research station and visited Leinenkugel's brewery.
Chancellor Mnookin met with Wausau and Marathon County leaders as well as the Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council. She also toured a prominent alum’s ginseng farm and production facility.