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“There are a lot of good things happening at UW–Madison,” Blank said. “UW–Madison is important to Wisconsin for many reasons, including its world-class education, research and outreach."
The university pledges to cover four years of tuition and segregated fees for any incoming freshman from Wisconsin whose family’s annual household adjusted gross income is $56,000 or less, roughly the median family income in Wisconsin.
The five-day immersive tour helps UW–Madison faculty and academic staff engage with Wisconsinites, build relationships, and learn about the educational, industrial, social and political realities of the state.
The 2017-2019 state budget provided the university with the authority and funding to proceed with the pay increases, which are subject to approval by the state legislature's Joint Committee on Employment Relations.
Donors John and Tashia Morgridge announced a new $20 million gift to the university’s All Ways Forward campaign.
The information would help graduate students explore a range of options for trained life scientists, such as careers in industry, entrepreneurship, government and science communication.
“This holiday season,” says Chancellor Rebecca Blank, “we all have much to be thankful for.” In a seasonal greeting wishing Happy Holidays to the campus community, Blank gives a shout-out to faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends of the university.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank plans to strengthen student services and the student experience at UW–Madison through the creation of a vice chancellor for student affairs.
In nearly a decade, the common reading program has gotten the campus and local communities reading and discussing timely topics, all with a goal of gaining a better understanding of each other and the issues.
UW–Madison officials shared results today from the university’s first ever campus-wide climate survey, pledging to use the findings to make the campus more welcoming to all students.
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation has invested $61.9 million in UW–Madison research for the 2017-18 academic year, and provided $19 million in grants to the Morgridge Institute for Research.
“Without PSL, I would be a lonely theorist writing papers,” says Francis Halzen, UW–Madison physics professor and longtime principal investigator for the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole.
We are committed to making our campus a safe environment for all students. Sexual violence and harassment have no place here.
This fall, UW–Madison welcomed 6,610 freshmen — the largest incoming class in the university’s history, up 2.8 percent from last year. Of the group, 3,746 are Wisconsin residents, up from 3,671 in 2016.
The challenge will help mobilize registration and turnout efforts at all 14 universities. Trophies will go to the schools with the highest and most most improved turnout.
J.D. Vance's "Hillbilly Elegy," the common-reading program's selection for this year, has people talking as it touches on a wide range of pressing contemporary issues.
UW–Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank welcomed thousands of freshmen and transfer students to campus Tuesday by encouraging them to get to know each other and themselves better.
The event will honor 39 recently-promoted faculty of color and welcome 13 new faculty of color to campus.
The Chancellor's Convocation on Tuesday, Sept. 5, will welcome the 2017 freshman class, anticipated to be the largest in UW–Madison history at about 6,600 students.
About 220 attendees from more than 80 businesses will be on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus Wednesday, Aug. 23, to learn how they can tap UW–Madison resources to advance their business.