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Ackerman, who came to UW–Madison as a researcher in 1987, rose through the university's leadership ranks while remaining a dedicated researcher and mentor. He has announced his plans to retire effective Sept. 15.
New research from UW–Madison's Space Science and Engineering Center shows the melting effects of atmospheric rivers on the ice sheet, which contains enough water to raise sea levels by 7 meters, or 23 feet.
Cores are unique spaces where researchers can consult with technical experts. But the shared instruments, equipment and other resources they depend on have a limited lifespan.
The projects range from probing the origins of the universe, to examining the negative effects of poverty on adolescent academic success, to developing a new type of anti-tumor vaccine that can be used to treat cancer.
Thirty-two members of the UW–Madison faculty have been awarded fellowships from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education, spanning the arts and humanities, physical sciences, social sciences and biological sciences.
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education is recognizing 26 faculty members in wide-ranging fields for “new and ongoing research of the highest quality and significance.”
PARCI provides support through the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation for research projects that had to spend down grants during the pandemic even though the research activities themselves were stalled.
William Karpus has been dean since the Grad School was restructured in 2014 to enhance the roles of graduate education and research at UW–Madison.
In its recent and historic annual gift announcement in support of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation designated $10.5 million to…
The initiative builds on the strengths of existing library holdings, while also expanding campus research capacities with critical and emerging collections needs.
Research activities delayed or negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic are eligible to apply for the Pandemic-Affected Research Continuation Initiative.
The yearly contest from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education funds select research projects in biological sciences, physical sciences, social sciences and the arts and humanities.
The awardees span the four divisions on campus: arts and humanities, physical sciences, social sciences and biological sciences.
Gretchen Anding is implementing steps that will allow for greater collaboration, consistency and communication in the compliance process.
Bill Karpus became the first dean of the Graduate School following the restructuring of the UW–Madison research and graduate education enterprise in 2015.
“My unintended role as a trailblazer has led to a career-long pursuit of diversity in STEM,” says Wendt, a professor of electrical and computer engineering.
The American Family Insurance Data Science Institute’s first two years have been nothing if not eventful. Choosing a director is the next big project.