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Phil Newmark is a developmental biologist studying the mysteries of how the body regenerates damaged tissue.
More than a few mittens accompanied the caps and gowns at Camp Randall on Saturday. But the proud families and friends were warmed by the excitement of graduation (and, yes, extra blankets).
Beaming families, blinged-out mortarboards and hugs with best friends - a slide show celebrating Commencement.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank greets the parents of graduate student Craig Schuff as they receive his posthumous degree during Friday’s commencement exercises at the Kohl Center.
After countless hours of classes, test-taking and homework, more than 900 University of Wisconsin–Madison graduate and professional students received degrees Friday night at the Kohl Center.
University of Wisconsin–Madison undergraduate students are using their skills and passion to conduct impressive research in fields as diverse as the inside of the human…
A resolution supporting comprehensive racial awareness and inclusion professional development for all faculty passed the Faculty Senate on Monday.
The winners are Salm Partners CEO Christopher Salm and Andrew Ziegler, managing partner of Artisan Partners.
“Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City,” the best-selling book by UW–Madison alumnus Matthew Desmond, is the selection for the university's common-reading program.
The program was established in 1984 to increase educational opportunities for academically talented, underrepresented ethnic minorities and socioeconomically disadvantaged undergraduates.
The annual Employee Appreciation Ice Cream Social is set for Thursday, May 5, beginning at 1 p.m. on Bascom Hill.
Yesterday, a University of Wisconsin Police Department officer entered a classroom in the Humanities Building and asked a student to step into the hallway. The…
The new website is designed as an easy to use resource for essential employee information, from parking and transportation updates to HR news and construction-related bulletins.
Charles Hoslet “is a Badger through and through, known to legislators, business leaders, alumni and donors in Madison and across our entire state,” says Chancellor Rebecca Blank.
The award recognizes exceptional performance in administrative roles that support academics, research, student services, outreach and administration.
The student hourly minimum wage is set to rise from $7.25 to $9 per hour on Sept. 1, and effective July 1, graduate assistants will receive a 2 percent hike.
The event will honor the 16 recently promoted faculty of color and welcome 18 new faculty of color to campus.
The committee, chaired by Terry Warfield, chair of the Department of Accounting and Information Systems in the Wisconsin School of Business, will meet before the end of February.
Students have taken an active role in planning the discussion on the progress made through the past year.
Michael Lehman will succeed current Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration Darrell Bazzell, who is leaving in March for a similar position with the University of Texas at Austin.