The University of Wisconsin–Madison is among the leaders in producing chief executive officers of major corporations, according to a new study from U.S. News & World Report.
In a national survey, business magazine Kiplinger's Personal Finance has ranked the University of Wisconsin–Madison the ninth best value among public universities, jumping five spots from last year's ranking of No. 14.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison has received the highest possible grade, an A, in a national college sustainability ranking released today.
The University of Wisconsin’s law and business schools were included among the nation’s best programs in Princeton Review’s annual guidebooks, with the Wisconsin School of…
A new study of university news coverage in the New York Times during a 60-year period found that the University of Wisconsin–Madison ranks 19th nationally in the number of mentions in the newspaper.
Twenty-three doctoral programs at the University of Wisconsin–Madison rank in the top 15 percent in their respective fields, according to an assessment released today (Sept. 28) by the National Research Council (NRC).
The Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin–Madison was recognized by The Princeton Review for Entrepreneur magazine as having one of the top 25 entrepreneurship programs at both the graduate and undergraduate levels in the country.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison continues to be lauded nationally, this time for its popularity with employment recruiters.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison continued to earn national praise this week, this time being listed as part of Parade magazine’s “College A-List.” Forty-three…
The annual college rankings season rolled on Monday (Aug. 23) as the University of Wisconsin–Madison was ranked 23rd nationally in this year’s edition of…
The University of Wisconsin–Madison notched a 17th-place ranking among world universities in an annual ranking done by Shanghai’s Jiao Tong University.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison ranked 13th among public institutions in rankings released today (Tuesday, Aug. 17) in the U.S. News & World Report's 2011 Edition of America's Best Colleges.
Year after year, the University of Wisconsin–Madison has produced top numbers of Peace Corps members, working to extend understanding around the world. But recent graduates also continue to make a measurable impact on educational equity here in the United States.
Several University of Wisconsin–Madison graduate programs are ranked among the nation's best in the 2011 edition of U.S. News and World Report's "Best Graduate Schools."
Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine has ranked the University of Wisconsin–Madison No. 14 in a national ranking of the best values among public universities.
Continuing the University of Wisconsin–Madison's strong tradition of global engagement, the campus is ranked once again in the top 10 of research institutions nationwide in the number of Fulbright Fellowships awarded to students.