Numerous UW–Madison students shared the messages that are important to them through a unique means at "Dear World" event on Sept. 20 at Gordon Dining and Event Center. They painted the messages on their bodies, and then portraits were taken of them displaying them.
Two projects of the Wisconsin Center for Education Research within UW–Madison’s School of Education are among those selected to receive first-ever National Science Foundation INCLUDES funding. The projects hope to develop bold new approaches for diversifying the science and engineering workforce of the United States.
The 92 students, along with 170 high school scholars completing the pre-college preparation program, will be honored for their accomplishments at a banquet at noon on Friday, July 29, at the Madison Marriott West in Middleton.
A new program helps promising students from groups historically underrepresented in the legal profession or from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
The week-long “research boot camp” is for investigators, particularly from underrepresented communities, doing research on health disparities and health equity.
The Consortium's mission is to enhance diversity in business education and management careers in the United States. The UW has been there from the beginning.
Students and staff celebrated the end of the year with a ceremony and awarding of embroidered stoles to wear with caps and gowns.
On April 19, the university received a set of student demands related to last week’s arrest by UWPD of a student suspected in a series …
The Truman award has become one of the most prestigious national scholarships in the United States.
Creating a welcoming climate for everyone at UW–Madison means speaking out against incidents of hate and bias. Learn more in this short video.
Everett Mitchell, UW–Madison’s director of community relations, has been elected a Dane County Circuit Judge.
Campus speaker Subhi Nahas made history when he testified at the United Nations about the persecution of gays and lesbians throughout the Middle East by the terrorist group known as the Islamic State.
Growing up on the South Side of Chicago, Keven Stonewall discovered a love for science at an early age.