After 38 years of distinguished service to UW–Madison, Mary Rouse will retire at the end of June.
Early risers will get more out of Showcase 2005, which highlights efforts to improve work, learning and climate on campus.
An innovative approach to improving the campus climate is suggested by the Latino Ball at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 26, in Memorial Union's Great Hall.
It's hard not to be touched by the positive aura that flows around Hazel Symonette, a senior policy analyst in the offices of the Dean of Students and Human Resource Development
Seema Kapani, a leader in encouraging respect and understanding at UW–Madison and in the larger community, has received the YWCA's Racial Justice Award for 2004.
University Health Services (UHS), the health clinic at UW–Madison, provides a wide range of medical and counseling services to UW–Madison students. Those who are enrolled for the fall semester now can purchase low-cost, basic health-care coverage at UHS for their spouses or domestic partners.
Eric Trekell is the first full-time director of UW–Madison's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Campus Center, a new unit in the Offices of the Dean of Students that is responsible for fostering a positive learning environment for LGBT students, and for providing resources and advocacy on LGBT issues to the wider university community.