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“We were looking for someone with a long-term strategic vision on how we best serve students during their time on campus. Lori impressed us all with her experience and thoughtful comments, ” says Chancellor Rebecca Blank.
We urge the administration and our congressional representatives to find a balanced approach that does not jeopardize the ability of our students to pursue their dreams and does not run counter to the core principles that our nation has held since its founding.
Whether by meeting new people, learning about opportunities, making a schedule or getting advice from peer advisors, this year’s incoming freshmen said their SOAR experience made them feel comfortable becoming a Badger.
Located on the first floor of the Red Gym, the center's festivities will include drop-in events and gatherings that celebrate the contributions of black culture to the Wisconsin Experience.
Student Orientation, Advising and Registration advising sessions, currently scattered among several buildings, will have a permanent home in Helen C. White Hall.
Martin Luther King Jr. is known for poetic words and heroic actions. On Monday, the University of Wisconsin–Madison community came together to consider King’s legacy and how he continues to inspire.
Sexual violence is unacceptable in our campus and community. We’re committed to transparency and communication, especially in a case as serious as this one.
The following statement was shared by Dean of Students Lori Berquam on Friday, Oct. 21. Sexual violence is unacceptable in our campus and community. As dean…
The Dean of Students Office has split into two separate departments: the Dean of Students Office and the Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards.
Students and staff celebrated the end of the year with a ceremony and awarding of embroidered stoles to wear with caps and gowns.
University of Wisconsin–Madison students who passed away during the summer and this academic year will be remembered during a memorial performance Friday, May 6, at…
Creating a welcoming climate for everyone at UW–Madison means speaking out against incidents of hate and bias. Learn more in this short video.
Students, faculty and staff took part in “Moving Forward: Conversations on Racial and Ethnic Diversity,” a campuswide forum on Feb. 24.