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Graduates of spring, summer and winter 2020 swarmed Camp Randall Stadium Saturday for festivities scheduled after the pandemic prevented a traditional commencement when they received their degrees.
The Center for Teaching, Learning & Mentoring, established July 1, will serve instructors at all career stages by offering campus-level professional development, course design, and instructional consulting programs and services.
The group was established in 2016 to work toward more respectful and reciprocal UW–Madison partnerships with the Native Nations of Wisconsin.
The Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment shows the range of how UW–Madison faculty, staff and students can work with community members to create and disseminate knowledge and solutions that will benefit and enrich the lives of the people of Wisconsin, the nation and the world. Here are this year's winners.
Chris Walker, a professor in the Department of Dance and founding artistic director of First Wave, a program known for pushing the boundaries of poetry, dance, theater and art, will assume his new position July 1 and also continue teaching.
Research at UW–Madison identifies research projects, fosters research collaborations, and highlights the achievements of UW scholars.
After years of trailing peer universities, UW–Madison faculty salaries advanced significantly as the result of strategic moves over the past several years.
This year’s recipients are gifted teachers, award-winning researchers, skilled administrators and passionate mentors — all working harder than ever to help the university navigate a pandemic.
Although Black fraternity and sorority chapters have existed at UW–Madison for many decades, they are sometimes little known on campus. That’s about to change.
Presentations by finalists will be prerecorded and include responses to a set of questions asked by Soyeon Shim, search committee chair and dean of the School of Human Ecology.
“Our graduate students are an integral part of our university,” Provost John Karl Scholz says. “These rankings are one example of the world-class education, research and outreach that happen here every day."
The deputy vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion, vice provost and chief diversity officer provides overall leadership for UW–Madison's efforts to create a diverse, inclusive and excellent learning and work environment.
The director will help to shape and advance a collective, new vision for the division and its programs in alignment with the university's plans and direction.
The online, searchable policy library serves as the single, up-to-date resource for all university-wide polices at UW–Madison.
International Student Services and International Faculty and Staff Services will merge into a new unit as part of an effort to streamline and enhance immigration services offered to students, faculty and staff.
Every five years, academic deans and directors of the university’s schools and colleges undergo a comprehensive review to assess their academic and administrative leadership and performance in such areas as external relations and resource management.
The prerecorded ceremony will be released at 11 a.m. central time on Dec. 13 and will remain available on the web so people anywhere can watch it at a time most convenient to them.