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In honor of Project 72 — an outreach effort highlighting UW–Madison connections and alumni in all 72 Wisconsin counties — ice cream was served from…
The Capital Times’ charitable arm, The Evjue Foundation, is awarding $322,500 in grants to 30 different programs at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Once fully funded, the gifts will generate about $4.5 million in annual scholarships to recruit and retain outstanding students.
Since its launch, the program has provided more than 1,900 students with crucial financial assistance.
The last of four new commercials about UW–Madison will premiere this weekend during the Badger football game. Learn more about the research highlighted in the spot.
Hundreds of plastic pink flamingos adorn Bascom Hill for the annual "Fill the Hill" event Oct. 7. The event, which is part of the UW's Annual Campaign, places a pink flamingo on Bascom Hill for each donation pledged.
Our accomplished faculty members are the key factor in advancing the university’s groundbreaking research and exceptional student development. Attracting the best, most talented faculty helps us perpetuate the cycle that drives UW–Madison to be one of the top universities in the nation for innovation, achievement, and astonishing outcomes.
The UW–Madison experience encompasses far more than just intellectual challenge. Together, our faculty, students, and staff create an environment that makes learning, teaching, and pushing the boundaries of our knowledge vastly more rich and rewarding.
John and Tashia Morgridge issued a challenge last November to fellow University of Wisconsin–Madison alumni - they would match up to $100 million in donations to fund new and enhanced endowments for named professorships, chairs and distinguished chairs at the university.
Plastic pink flamingos flock to Bascom Hill Tuesday, Oct. 7, for the annual "Fill the Hill" event, an initiative of the UW’s Annual Campaign. Event volunteers place a pink flamingo on Bascom Hill for each donation between 5 p.m. Oct. 6 and 5 p.m. Oct. 7.