More than 150 members of the campus community attended the reception, held annually at Olin House.
Survey highlights pandemic stressors, finds improving climate for many, but not all, underrepresented faculty
The survey found a large majority of UW faculty feel respected and supported in their work. Respondents marked improvement for some, though not all, faculty from historically underrepresented groups.
Charles T. Snowdon, Hilldale Professor Emeritus of Psychology, died Jan. 7 in Madison at age 81. A distinguished primatologist, mentor and friend, Snowdon is remembered for his dedication to others as much as for his impressive academic legacy.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s annual Faculty of Color Reception welcomed 49 newly hired faculty who identify as people of color to the campus and recognized others who were promoted to assistant or full professor during the past year.
Suzanne Eckes: professor, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis Hometown: Neenah, Wisconsin Educational/professional background: For the past 18 years I have been on the…
While much instruction has gone virtual, some classes with under 50 students continued in person, including many labs requiring hands-on learning. Take a look.
The term first appeared in a British public health journal in 1923 in reference to bacterial transmission in mice. This study looked at vaccines, and how vaccinating some mice out of a group — or a “herd” — might begin to prevent bacterial transmission between them.
Every Thursday morning at 10, Omar Poler stops whatever he is doing and spends 10 minutes remembering — and honoring — the lives lost to COVID-19.
With fewer in-person lectures, professors have had to find new ways of teaching and also have had to gain a new sense of understanding for their students. Meet a few who've really stepped up.
A mix of insightful, obscure and amusing tidbits you can casually drop into your Zoom chat, excerpted from Inside UW New Faculty Focus questionnaires during the past year.
Meet four of the new faculty members at the UW–Madison School of Veterinary Medicine, with expertise ranging from veterinary ophthalmology to the effects of chemicals on development.
This year's virtual event recognized nearly 85 new faculty of color and 36 promoted to associate professor or full professor.