More than 250 pediatrics patients and their families were invited to the Pyle Center Rooftop Terrace and lakeside Alumni Lounge on campus for a…
The UW–Madison campus has always been an active setting for innovation in biology education. Now, a new resource is available to campus biology educators through the Institute for Biology Education.
For Susan Curtis, a retired school nurse, art appreciation is not just academic.
A group of 31 community leaders from all over the state will convene at the University of Wisconsin–Madison as part of the Wisconsin Idea Scholars Program.
This month, "Saturday Science at Discovery" invites the public to "be cool and go polar" with a bilingual learning journey focused on the extreme science of the South Pole.
This week, the class of 2014 at the University of Wisconsin Law School will put aside their textbooks for a day of community service.
The Wisconsin Idea – UW–Madison longstanding commitment to providing service to the families, businesses and communities of Wisconsin and beyond — will be celebrated for the next 12 months as the university observes the Year of the Wisconsin Idea.
Olympic runner Suzy Favor Hamilton, a 1991 graduate of UW–Madison, runs through a human tunnel created during a Movin’ Minds exercise class with nearly…
Twenty top science students from rural Wisconsin high schools have earned the opportunity to hone their laboratory skills and work alongside top researchers from the…
Janet Branchaw has been named interim director of the Institute for Biology Education (IBE) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, beginning Friday, July 1.
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.
"What is a courageous act?"
Many opportunities are available for people interested in volunteering at the National Science Olympiad, to be held on campus May 18-21.
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).
A little hands-on exploration can open a whole new world, and Science Expeditions — set for Saturday, April 2, this year — is a passport to the world of research at UW–Madison.
Within the instrument-strewn classrooms of four regional high schools, University of Wisconsin–Madison musicians are inspiring the next generation of classical performers.