A Universal Coronavirus Vaccine

Summer 2022

UW–Madison researchers lead the effort to protect us from viruses yet to come.

A One-of-a-Kind Campus Tour

Summer 2022

Our journey into hidden places brings forgotten UW history to life.

Seeds from South Africa

Summer 2022

A new sculpture at the Chazen Museum connects agriculture on two continents.

The News from Venus

Summer 2022

UW researcher explores the possibility of microbial life.

Light a Candle for Ukraine

Summer 2022

A Library Mall vigil prays for peace.

Upholding UW–Madison Values

Summer 2022

Athletic Director Chris McIntosh ’04, MS’19 insists on “doing it the right way” during a turbulent time for college sports.

Don Giovanni’s #MeToo Problem

Summer 2022

A UW production takes a new perspective on the opera’s sexual politics.

A Bodily Barrier to Legal Abortion

Summer 2022

Under new restrictions, irregular menstrual cycles could keep women from seeking the procedure.

A Mighty Feat of Reading

Summer 2022

This UW student set a goal of finishing a book a day for an entire year — and surpassed it.

Partnering on Climate Solutions

Summer 2022

The UW helps found the Midwest Climate Collaborative — and seeks results.

Take a Bow, UW Band

Summer 2022

Corey Pompey and company return to the Kohl Center after a two-year hiatus.

Folding Up the James Webb Telescope

Summer 2022

A Badger prepares the powerful instrument for its journey into space.

Stem Cell Story Line

Summer 2022

UW professor James Thomson’s discoveries inspired scientists around the world.

These Boots Were Made for History

Summer 2022

Retrace the steps of UW limnologist Harriet Bell Merrill 1890, who defied the doubters to conduct pioneering fieldwork in South America.

An Epidemic of Misinformation

Summer 2022

With more than 400 interviews during the COVID pandemic, epidemiologist Ajay Sethi became a thoughtful voice against falsehood and conspiracy.

Making Air Travel Safer

Summer 2022

The UW devises a tool to detect fog and low-lying clouds.

Good and Bad Advice from UW’s Past

Summer 2022

Wiscetiquette shared tips for getting by on campus in the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s.

UW Mysteries, Secrets, and Hidden Places

Summer 2022

Join us on a tour of secluded spots that few have ever seen.

A Shark Solution to COVID-19

Spring 2022

Proteins from the fish’s immune system can help humans prepare for coronavirus outbreaks.

The UW’s Game-Show Gods

Spring 2022

The 1965 College Bowl team went undefeated at a time when campus needed a boost.

Making Football Safer — with Data

Spring 2022

UW researchers are studying on-field head impacts with the help of high-tech mouthguard sensors.

Breaking Barriers in the Arts

Spring 2022

The André De Shields Fund supports projects by historically underrepresented creators.

A Hockey Star’s Epic Farewell

Spring 2022

Daryl Watts x’22 ends a stellar Badger career on her own terms.

Maps of the Millennia

Spring 2022

The UW’s History of Cartography Project shows how world cultures have thought about space.

Old Drug, New Tricks

Spring 2022

A UW breakthrough could improve breast-cancer care.

A Fight for Linguistic Justice

Spring 2022

A campus initiative sheds light on Wisconsin’s Indigenous languages.

A New Way to Watch UW Football

Spring 2022

The south end zone project connects Camp Randall to the Field House with premium seating.

The Video-Game Approach to Learning

Spring 2022

Action titles can help players improve at orientation and memory tasks.

Fasting for Longer Life

Spring 2022

Simply reducing calorie intake might not be enough.

Getting That Degree in Record Time

Spring 2022

Even during a pandemic, graduation rates are rising.

People in Our Pages

Spring 2022

On Wisconsin’s Spring 2022 issue reestablishes human contact.

“They Belong to This Campus”

Spring 2022

The Multicultural Homecoming Yard Show featured diverse fraternities and sororities.

From “Alien” Child to Sci-Fi Sensation

Spring 2022

Kevin Anderson ’83 never abandoned his youthful passion, and now he’s one of the most successful authors in his field.

For the Love of Vanilla

Spring 2022

UW botanist Ken Cameron studies the flowers that produce the world's favorite flavor. Can he save them from extinction?

So Long, Rebecca Blank

Spring 2022

The chancellor has mixed feelings about leaving UW–Madison after a transformative tenure.

Let There Be Light — on the Operating Table

Spring 2022

A promising invention replaces the surgeon’s heavy headlight.

A Tall Wall of Badgers

Spring 2022

The volleyball team knocked off Nebraska to bring home the program’s first NCAA title.

A Gateway to Higher Education

Spring 2022

Bucky’s Tuition Promise has transformed student lives — and campus itself.

Rebecca Blank to Exit UW–Madison

Winter 2021

The chancellor leaves the university stronger than she found it.

A Boost for LGBTQ+ Health

Winter 2021

A fellowship program will train specialists at UW Health.