On Wednesday, March 10, the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus community and guests will join in celebrating 25 years of operation at the UW–Madison Biotechnology Center.
Steven Mixtacki, the longtime senior vice president and chief financial officer of American TV and Appliance of Madison, has joined the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) as chief financial and operating officer.
Dan Edlebeck has been named interim university registrar, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management Joanne Berg recently announced.
In 1884, a group of University of Wisconsin–Madison juniors pulled out their typewriters and dedicated "The Trochos," the Latin word for "badger," to "the ladies of '85, in testimony of our high appreciation and esteem."
It is 32 bars of hummable, toe-tapping Badger spirit and it turns 100 years old this year. Yes, the song "On, Wisconsin!" has hit the century mark, and Badger fans with spirit to spare can create their own versions of the song and submit them to a contest that will run throughout the academic year.
On Tuesday, Oct. 20, the University of Wisconsin–Madison's Spooner Agricultural Research Station will celebrate its 100th birthday and commemorate a milestone in the history of Wisconsin agriculture.
It is 32 bars of hummable, toe-tapping Badger spirit and it turns 100 years old this year. Yes, the song “On, Wisconsin!” has hit the century mark and gives no sign of slowing down or unclenching its hold on the hearts of all who love it.
Tom Olson has been selected as the new chief investment officer for the University of Wisconsin Foundation.
When Keith Findley and John Pray founded the Wisconsin Innocence Project, they weren't sure it would even go anywhere.
Jim Turk has been named biological safety officer in the Environment, Health and Safety Department at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Student finances aren't supposed to be funny. Wally Douma decided to change that.
Greg Downey is convinced the University of Wisconsin–Madison's School of Journalism and Mass Communication is poised for continued success even as the communications industry confronts unparalleled change and turmoil.
After a 44-year career as a UW–Madison human resources administrator, Carla Raatz retired from her position as director of the Office of Human Resources (OHR) on July 5.
Dennis Chaptman has been appointed director of news and media relations for University Communications, the central news and information unit for the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Amy Toburen, the unit's director, announced today (June 30).
Citing his deep knowledge of the University of Wisconsin–Madison community, his effectiveness as an ambassador on behalf of the institution and his experience, UW–Madison Chancellor Biddy Martin has selected Vince Sweeney to be the university's first vice chancellor for university relations.
The longtime assistant director of the Office of Professional and Instructional Development for the University of Wisconsin System has been named the next secretary of the academic staff at UW–Madison, interim Provost Julie Underwood announced today (June 22).
Paul M. DeLuca Jr., vice dean of the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH), was named the university's provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs today (June 11) by Chancellor Biddy Martin.
Scott Hildebrand, senior executive assistant to the chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, has been chosen as special assistant to Darrell Bazzell, vice chancellor for administration at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Gerald Ryan has been named director of clinical services at University Health Services (UHS), the student health clinic at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
A pioneering University of Wisconsin–Madison project that was among the first to deliver accurate, understandable and appealing science to the infant World Wide Web has finally found a home between the covers of a book. On Tuesday, April 28, Penguin will release "The Why Files: The Science Behind the News."