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WIPAC and IceCube see leadership changes

September 7, 2022

Changes in leadership are coming to the Wisconsin IceCube Particle Astrophysics Center, which houses UW–Madison's search for neutrinos and the light they can shed on events like exploding stars, gamma-ray bursts, black holes and neutron stars. Professor Kael Hanson will step back from his director role in October. Dr. Jim Madsen will serve as interim center director while Professor Albrecht Karle will lead the IceCube Upgrade Project.

Cramer named Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration

April 21, 2022

UW–Madison’s Office of the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration is responsible for the overall supervision of the university’s financial and administrative functions.

VandenBosch to step down as CALS dean in 2022

September 1, 2021

“We are enormously grateful for Kate’s leadership in CALS and across campus," Provost Karl Scholz said. "She is unflappable and wise, and under her leadership CALS has created a very bright future for the many stakeholders passionate about the college.”

LaVar Charleston named UW–Madison’s next chief diversity officer 

June 22, 2021

“It is with gratitude and a deep sense of responsibility that I take on this new role,” says Charleston, a clinical professor of higher education at UW–Madison who also completed two degrees here.

Wilcots named interim dean of Letters & Science

May 14, 2019

“Eric is a talented researcher and an experienced administrator – we’re excited to see him move into this role,” says outgoing Provost Sarah Mangelsdorf.

Spring Open House celebrates leadership development

April 25, 2017

The Coordinated Leadership Initiative (CLI) will hold its sixth Leadership@UW Open House from 2 to 4 p.m. May 2 in Virginia Harrison Parlor in Lathrop Hall.

UW-Madison grad leads student-athletes at UW-Whitewater

September 9, 2016

Kristina Navarro, who has her Ph.D. from the UW–Madison School of Education, uses her knowledge and connections to turn UW-Whitewater student-athletes into leaders on and off the playing field, through an innovative program.

Mandela Washington Fellows learn leadership during visit to UW

August 12, 2016

Twenty-five young African leaders came to the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus for a six-week academic and leadership institute June 17 through July 31 as part of the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and hosted by the UW–Madison African Studies Program.