The stories behind our masks range from pragmatic to sentimental. They're a way to connect with others during pandemic times.
Demic is an app created by students that facilitates academic support and social connection among UW–Madison students. About 800 students have already joined the app, which launched at the beginning of the semester.
The initiative is one of the most powerful ways UW–Madison helps Wisconsin resident students from lower- to moderate-income families afford the state’s flagship university.
Students discussed opportunities with a wide range of employers during the fall Career and Internship Fair held at Gordon Dining and Event Center on Sept. 29 and 30.
This year’s freshman class at the University of Wisconsin–Madison is the largest in the institution’s history and includes the most Wisconsin residents of any freshman class in the last 20 years.
The university will welcome graduates of spring, summer and winter 2020 back to Madison Sept. 17-19 for a weekend of events celebrating their achievements.
The university's approach to distributing the money includes emergency grants that students with financial need can use to pay off debts or to cover costs such as tuition, food, housing, health care and child care.
As one of the oldest and largest community gardens in the United States, Eagle Heights Community Gardens provides an opportunity for the UW–Madison community and area residents to enjoy nature, build community, learn about gardening, and feed their families.
In less than 10 years, the number of undergraduates graduating without student loan debt has grown by nearly 10%.
The Fred Risser Excellence in Civic Engagement Undergraduate Award, honoring the former state lawmaker, recognizes a student who has made civic engagement integral to their college experience.
The Truman Scholarship recognizes outstanding leadership potential, a commitment to a career in government or the nonprofit sector, and academic excellence.
The move is a temporary initiative to accommodate increased demand for on-campus housing in the upcoming school year.
While much instruction has gone virtual, some classes with under 50 students continued in person, including many labs requiring hands-on learning. Take a look.
The ideas focused on encouraging dairy consumption of Wisconsin students, enhancing the shelf life of dairy products, and utilizing new technologies to improve dairy farming.