How did alumni predictions from 2007 pan out?
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What’s the future of UW–Madison? We went to the experts to find out.
Our illustrator peers into his crystal ball for a view of UW–Madison on its 350th anniversary. Yes, there will be jetpacks.
UW researchers offer reasons for hope.
Athletic Director Chris McIntosh ’04, MS’19 sets three priorities in a rapidly shifting environment.
The statue atop Wisconsin’s capitol was supposed to look “Forward.” But what direction is that?
In Human Kindness, John Francis PhD’91 shares encouraging tales from around the world.
Father-son duo Ben ’67 and Leo ’99 Sidran give new life to timeless tunes.
Three new state-of-the art facilities will optimize learning and innovation at UW–Madison.
Two UW alums find a novel way to bring health care to you.
An ingenious start-up by Max Schauff ’19 lets you skip the line.
Innovate Week helps entrepreneurs turn dreams into world-changing businesses.
Will organizations like WAA exist in the future?
UW researchers have new tools for explaining who we are and improving our lives.
The pursuit of happiness can feel like a fruitless endeavor. UW experts say it doesn’t have to.
After a quietly effective political career, Herb Kohl ’56 is helping UW–Madison find practical solutions for an ailing democracy.
UW student-athletes will receive financial awards for academic achievement.
W for welcome: new students form a giant Motion W — serifs and all — at Camp Randall on September 1. The W Project has been part of Wisconsin Welcome since 2014. Then, the UW had welcome week; in 2022, events ran from August 28 to October 2. Photo by…
Steven Wright MFA’14 draws on a unique set of legal experiences in his acclaimed fiction.
2022 has been a year of grand achievements and gold awards.
A School of Human Ecology deanship is named for a woman.
The new south end zone connects UW–Madison’s iconic sports facilities.
The Fait family carries on a tradition of support for American Family Children’s Hospital.
Michael Velliquette MA’99, MFA’00 turns monochrome materials into extravagant works of art.
The evolution of UW cuisine, from 19th-century pigeon soup to 21st-century grain bowls.
Sarah Thankam Mathews ’17’s All This Could Be Different explores the challenges of young adulthood in a tumultuous world.
Blu³eprint by Faisal Abdu’Allah communes with the UW’s Abe Lincoln statue.
Videoconference apps often don’t give up access to microphones, raising privacy concerns.
Now anyone can pitch profitable opportunities to UW stars.
UW research could help the devices quickly reach people suffering cardiac arrest.