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Three new state-of-the art facilities will optimize learning and innovation at UW–Madison.
Reaching out can improve creativity, decision-making, and well-being.
The UW School of Education has a plan for keeping teachers on the job.
Impress your family and friends with these fascinating facts.
UW professor Jeremy Stoddard MS’01, PhD’96 discovers shortcomings in schools’ approach to the war on terror.
Amy Free ’96 promotes equity as an interpreter across campus.
During the pandemic, professors have creatively adapted to online teaching.
Joel Baraka x’22 devises a novel way for children to learn in his own onetime home.
In the coronavirus era, it takes creativity to provide a workplace-experience course.
The actor playfully engages with a UW geoscience class.
How is the economy faring under extraordinary stress?
In the acclaimed Real Life, Brandon Taylor MS’17 explores his complex experience at UW–Madison.
A new master’s program takes computing to the next level.
Arthur Hasler made UW–Madison a world-renowned hub for limnology.
James ’93 and Rob ’96 Baerwolf drew on UW innovations to develop Sassy Cow Creamery.
They might interfere with weather forecasting.
Here's a solution to global food scarcity: eat more bugs.
Strength in numbers: a women-led UW faculty group meets in 1975 for the formation of what has become the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies. UW Archives S17032 Before the 1970s, to study the history of the world was largely to learn of men fighting wars.
Every few weeks, another one arrives: a visiting artist to create a new work at Tandem Press, UW–Madison’s fine-art print shop. Tandem is affiliated with the art department in the School of Education, and since 1987, it has brought nearly 100 artists to campus — to experiment, to create…
A young girl — Jo Wilder — solves mysteries of the state.
Who moo? Cool showers can comfort cows while they’re being milked.
Wrestling bears, a soaring eagle, and curious fawns are among the 22 million images captured by a first-of-its-kind network of volunteer-run trail cameras in Wisconsin. The project — called Snapshot Wisconsin — was launched in 2016 by the state’s Department of Natural Resources to monitor wildlife and to help…
The country’s population of whitetail deer is at record numbers, and a UW scientist’s work grapples with what that means for their environment.
Former U.S. Senator Russ Feingold ’75 returns to the UW to teach, calling on his experiences in the Great Lakes region of Africa.
With shovels in tow, a UW program is tackling two crises at once: a shortage of students in science and a growth of antibiotic resistance.
Rod Hassett ’62 has sourced his hometown to inspire the next generation of engineers — diversifying his profession along the way.
After a UW scientist and his wife lost two pregnancies, he sought answers. Why are these losses so common, and do other living things face the same struggle his family did?
Illustrator Jeff Butler x’18 draws the height of popular culture, from Dungeons & Dragons to Marvel superheroes.
A popular consumer science course digs into our relationship with money.