Sleeping in is not in the cards for more than 350 middle school students from Madison and Wisconsin tribal school districts who are serious about earning admission to the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
From July 10-14, the Mayrent Institute for Yiddish Culture at the University of Wisconsin–Madison will host Madison KlezKamp, modeled after its parent program, KlezKamp: The Yiddish Folk Arts Program, which has attracted more than 20,000 participants from around the world since its inception.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison's profound impact on Wisconsin's economy, one that totals $12.4 billion annually, is detailed in a new report that underscores the importance of the university to the state's economic well being.
To meet a growing demand to bring education research and development to the general public, friends of the University of Wisconsin–Madison have established the Wisconsin Center for Education Products and Services (WCEPS).
Celebrating 50 years of the Peace Corps and the state of Wisconsin's history of volunteerism and public service, the University of Wisconsin–Madison will host a variety of free and public programs featuring stories, film, poetry and some well-known former Peace Corps volunteers on Friday and Saturday, March 25-26, as part of "Peace Corps and Africa: 50 Years," an event honoring and assessing a half-century of volunteer service.
Talk about Badger spirit. A volunteer program that started small now spreads the enthusiasm and generosity of more than 400 UW–Madison students each semester to schools, community centers, food banks and more. Starting Tuesday, Jan. 18, students can begin registering online to take part in the program during spring semester.
Talk about Badger spirit. A volunteer program that started small now spreads the enthusiasm and generosity of more than 400 University of Wisconsin–Madison students each semester to schools, community centers, food banks and more.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison's common book program, Go Big Read, is engaging students, faculty, staff and the community in a shared academic experience as they read and discuss "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" by Rebecca Skloot.
University of Wisconsin–Madison fraternities and sororities will again host "Trick-or-Treat with the Greeks," an opportunity for area children to experience a fun and safe Halloween on campus, from 3-6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27.