Growing up on the South Side of Chicago, Keven Stonewall discovered a love for science at an early age.
Wisconsin Emerging Scholars-Computer Sciences (WES-CS) provides a challenging, collaborative environment that helps recruit a broader cross section of UW students to the field of computer science.
Students, faculty and staff took part in “Moving Forward: Conversations on Racial and Ethnic Diversity,” a campuswide forum on Feb. 24.
The Partnership has extended its reach to individual and group collaborations between UW–Madison professionals and citizens, and expanded versions of existing successes.
On a recent Saturday, a basketball tournament filled the SERF gyms with the usual sights and sounds: huddles, cries of “Hands up!” and “Rebound!” from…
At least 25 specimens of fungi that infect plants, collected more than a century ago, were found in the Wisconsin State Herbarium.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank challenged students to create a 90-second video showing how they’re living the Wisconsin Idea. The prize: tickets to a men’s basketball game.
When UW–Madison Alpha Phi Alpha members mention they’re in a fraternity, they can usually guess how people will respond. “‘Where’s your house?’ That’s the number one question,” says member Kenneth Cole.
The James E. Jones Pre-Law Scholars Program is designed to improve access for students from historically underrepresented groups and socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds.
Markus Brauer is teaching a public workshop Feb. 9 aimed at reducing prejudice and discrimination in the workplace, emphasizing strategies backed by both good intentions and sound science.
Even with 29 days in February, the student planning committee for UW–Madison's Black History Month organized so many activities that they spill into the months on either side.