What makes for a healthy relationship? John Gottman MA’67, PhD’71 has mastered the science of helping couples stay together.
Naheed Qureshi ’94 works for justice and equality for American Muslims, who face discrimination, violence and hateful rhetoric.
When her mother died of Huntington’s, Shana Martin Verstegen ’02 didn't want to know if she’d get it, too — until deciding to become a mom herself.
Burnout and depression are common among medical students, but a UW course teaches them tools to stay healthy, along with their patients.
The grass may be greener on the other side of the fence. But is that a good thing?
For most Badgers, it’s the first time to meet other new students. It’s the first chance to schedule classes. And it’s the first opportunity to learn the lyrics to “Varsity.”
Big find: specimens George Washington Carver collected uncovered at the UW.
Lauren Groff MFA’06 had a year most aspiring novelists can only dream of, writing a bestseller that President Obama named his favorite book of 2015.
This former Badger’s path to the Rio Olympics began in Madison.
People of color are more likely to get Alzheimer’s disease. The children of former Badger football star Lou Holland ’65 are among those that UW researchers are studying to try to learn why.
A movie producer talks about life in the spotlight after her Oscar win, and why she knew she had to produce a movie about journalists who uncovered sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic Church.
The effects of a warmer Earth will last and last and last.
We’re right at the dawn of space agriculture.
She has spent her career documenting both unthinkable human suffering and the daily lives of ordinary people in faraway places.
He’s in search of the next “moon shot.”
She translates the soaring highs and lows of her career as the U.S. Navy’s first female F-14 Tomcat fighter pilot into powerful insights about teamwork and leadership.
The UW campus is now home to a food pantry for students who don’t know where their next meal will come from.
From its founder to its roster, the success of the Madison Radicals is grounded in the UW’s strong ties to ultimate Frisbee.