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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.
As the first class of grads to spend an entire semester under the constraints imposed by COVID-19, they’ve shown remarkable fortitude and grace in completing their degrees under challenging circumstances.
Native November: In new First-Year Interest Group, students connect with the land through Indigenous lensNovember 17, 2020
Instructor Dan Cornelius is "trying to help students connect to place, so that no matter where they are, they’ll think more deeply about the land and its history.”
The National Survey of Student Engagement assesses aspects of student learning, what students think of their undergraduate experience, and how they are benefiting from their studies.
Austin Channing Brown says she learned early on that white people have a tendency to think — often incorrectly — that their experiences are universal and normal.
University officials will be offering several opportunities to engage in civic dialogue, build community, and discuss the election both before and after the vote.
Proposals are encouraged for new outreach and public engagement activities that partner with community and off-campus organizations to extend and apply our research, education and clinical knowledge to help solve problems or take advantage of opportunities.
This fall’s class of newly arrived freshmen at the University of Wisconsin–Madison is the second largest in the institution’s history and continues the university’s strong commitment to access and affordability for Wisconsin families.
The updated calendar includes a long weekend from Friday, April 2, through Sunday, April 4. Under the previous calendar, spring break had been scheduled for March 27 through April 3.
Extraordinary members of the University of Wisconsin–Madison faculty have been honored during the last year with awards supported by the estate of professor, U.S. senator and UW Regent William F. Vilas (1840-1908).
The environment, health care, democracy. These are just a few of the important subjects addressed by eight projects selected for grants from the Ira and Ineva Reilly Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment.
The three will oversee faculty and staff affairs, teaching and learning, and instructional continuity. "This will be an all-hands-on-deck year, to be sure," says Provost Karl Scholz.
Daniel P. Tokaji has been a professor at The Ohio State State University Moritz College of Law since 2003, serving as associate dean for faculty since 2018. “Serving as dean of the University of Wisconsin Law School is my dream job,” he says.
The former interim dean, Eric Wilcots has championed a collaborative approach to decision-making and has consistently worked to advance the level of research and scholarship in the college.
The secretary of the academic staff serves as a resource for the more than 10,000 academic staff members, acting as a liaison between the Academic Staff Executive Committee and university administration, and assisting on any other matters related to shared governance.
UW–Madison will confer nearly 8,500 degrees Saturday during a virtual commencement ceremony that will be released beginning at noon CDT. The university plans to hold an in-person event when it is safe to again gather in large numbers.