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Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin welcomed new faculty members to UW–Madison in a picnic event at Olin House on Wednesday attended by more than 200 UW–Madison leaders, new faculty and their family and friends.
UW–Madison Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin went to Green Bay for her first Board of Regents meeting Aug. 17-19, and she stayed on for a few days to get a taste of northeast Wisconsin.
The University of Wisconsin System is a tremendous economic driver and innovation hub for the state.
New Big Ten media rights agreements will allow UW–Madison’s Athletic Department to continue to support its student-athletes to ensure their success both on the field and off.
One week in, Mnookin and community partners discuss improving educational access, reducing racial disparitiesAugust 12, 2022
In her first week on campus, University of Wisconsin–Madison Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin continues to meet with community partners in Madison and across the state. On Thursday, Aug. 11, she took time to meet with Madison-area leaders to discuss efforts to celebrate Black excellence and collaborate to break down barriers to education and bolster the state's workforce.
After days of meetings around campus and in Dane County, Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin took her sixth day as the university’s 30th leader to emphasize the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s partnerships and build relationships in the Cream City.
On Monday evening, new Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin stayed up late to meet some of the second and third shift employees, express her appreciation and enjoy some bakery treats and coffee with them.
Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin turned her focus toward UW–Madison’s partnerships with the Madison and Dane County community, and continued to listen and learn.
A warm and sunny August day drew large crowds of students, staff and faculty to Bascom Hill for the chance to enjoy Babcock ice cream and to meet Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin on her first day leading UW–Madison.
Chancellor Mnookin shared email and video greetings with campus on her first day. She says her focus will be on listening and learning in order to understand UW's opportunities and challenges.
On her first day as the 30th chancellor of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin toured campus and met with students, faculty, administrators and others in the UW–Madison community.
Translated versions of this message will be available soon in: Español / Spanish Hmoob / Hmong བོད་ཡིག / Tibetan…
In celebration of Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin’s first day on campus, we are thrilled to invite you to join her on Bascom Hill for an ice cream social Thursday, August 4 from 2 - 3:30 p.m.
UW-Madison reacts to the news that Chancellor Emeritus Becky Blank has been diagnosed with cancer and will not assume the presidency of Northwestern University, as she had planned.
Jennifer Noyes, who has served in a variety of key positions at UW–Madison and in state government, will serve both Interim Chancellor Karl Scholz and incoming Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin, coordinating administrative issues and projects.
During an eight-day visit last week, Jennifer Mnookin — who will begin her duties as UW–Madison's next chancellor on Aug. 4 — met with students, staff and stakeholders and toured key campus facilities in preparation for her new role.
Deans, vice chancellors and other UW–Madison leaders offer their heartfelt gratitude and best wishes to Rebecca Blank on this, her last day as chancellor as she departs to become president of Northwestern University.
There could not have been a more fitting send-off for Rebecca Blank and her husband, Hanns Kuttner, than one of those glorious Terrace days that are made for memories. The campus community joined the outgoing chancellor at the Memorial Union on Monday for ice cream, popcorn, music and heartfelt goodbyes.
Every incoming UW–Madison leader professes to understand the Wisconsin Idea. Chancellor-designee Jennifer L. Mnookin grasps it in a deeply personal way.
After nearly nine years, Chancellor Rebecca Blank will leave UW–Madison at the end of the 2021-22 academic year to assume the presidency of Northwestern University. Here is a look back, through the lenses of University Communications photographers, at Chancellor Blank's time on campus.