Two UW alums find a novel way to bring health care to you.
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An ingenious start-up by Max Schauff ’19 lets you skip the line.
Will organizations like WAA exist in the future?
Bruce Ravid ’74 propelled a stint in UW radio to a career in the music industry.
A School of Human Ecology deanship is named for a woman.
Kiana Beaudin ’10, MPAS’15 has devoted her career to her patients as well as the entire Ho-Chunk Nation.
Paul Woelbing ’79 has assembled the world’s largest theater organ.
The Fait family carries on a tradition of support for American Family Children’s Hospital.
Alumni Park welcomes 11 more honorees.
When it comes to philanthropy, Andy and Susan North are pros.
Laura Keyes ’07 impersonates famous 19th century women.
Jesús Salas MA’85 battled owners and county officials to organize fellow migrant workers.
CBS sports reporter Sherree Burruss ’12 provides up-close access to your favorite teams.
The Wisconsin Alumni Association shares stories of the original occupants of the campus area.
As Yung Gravy, Matthew Hauri ’17 conquered the music world while still a UW marketing major.
Florence Dunkel’64, MS’66 sees food potential in bugs.
Through four decades of Cold War, Lawrence Eagleburger ’52, MS’57 was the crisis manager of American diplomacy.
Mohamed Amin PhD’13 looks for healthy ways to go hungry.
The late philanthropist was a passionate supporter of UW–Madison and its art museum.
The Wisconsin Medicine campaign boosts the UW’s work in health care and research, with an assist from Badgers radio announcer Matt Lepay.
The UW vet school’s inaugural class pays it forward with an endowed scholarship.
Former Badgers provide a boost for non-scholarship players.
How Ben Schumaker ’03, MSW’06 helped an Afghan colleague flee to Pakistan.
Ashley Bredemus ’14 left engineering to run a boys’ camp deep in the woods.
Social critic bell hooks MA’76 positioned herself as a “dangerous woman.”
During a break in the pandemic, alumni returned to campus for in-person events.
The world mourns the brilliant designer and UW alumnus.
Inspired by the Wisconsin Idea, James Graaskamp PhD’65 preached an ethical approach to development.
At only 25, Kramer Endres ’17 wanted to ensure access for UW students with disabilities.
After making it to the university, Gayle Williams Langer ’83 spent her life serving it.