In 1869 — 150 years ago — the first class of women graduated from UW–Madison. In this special issue, you’ll read about some of the amazing women who have passed through campus since. On, alumnae!
Women have served as UW chancellor for 14 of the last 31 years — and counting.
As the first UW women’s…
Valerie Donovan ’11, MA’12 coordinates resources and support networks across campus.
Between 1919 and 1926, two UW student organizations took the name Ku Klux Klan, and a report delving into that…
The former UW football star who made the Badgers a national force.
As assistant dean for Student Diversity Programs in the School of Education, Aaron Bird Bear MS’10 fills a lot of roles: recruiting and retaining…
When winter pummels Madison, UW grounds department crews respond.
It’s part of the campus master plan’s big picture: better managing space while protecting historic buildings and campus landscapes.
Sarah Schutt takes the reins from Paula Bonner.
A resource center for African American students has a new home on campus.
UW–Madison’s campus has long been known for its beauty. Iconic places such as Picnic Point and Bascom Hill bring back memories of campus life for…
The president and CEO of the UW Foundation says our strength is in our numbers.
It’s a familiar route for any given Badger trudging from one class to another. But for prospective high school students and other campus visitors, a UW-Madison tour can have a big impact.
For UW–Madison, the hits just keep coming.
UW System takes deliberate steps to decrease cash on hand.
Advising the advisers to help students think bigger.
The campus has an unquenchable appetite for words made up from the initials of other words.
"... If I don't pay them that, they'll leave"
Building ties with alumni is key.
UW news in brief
The proposed state budget takes a turn when surplus is noted.
Just how valuable is the devotion Badgers feel for their alma mater? "That's gold," says UW-Madison's new chancellor.
Commerce secretary named to begin chancellor post in July.
A member of the Chancellor search committee explains what the UW needs.
The applicants are . . .
At a factory in Latin America, workers are sewing UW apparel, providing for their families, and spreading hope that the global textile industry can change.
Former UW–Madison Chancellor Donna Shalala recently told the New York Times that the job is like that of a tugboat captain: you try to get the ship aligned and pull it in the right direction.
In his second term at the helm, Interim Chancellor David Ward isn’t sitting idly by.
Following signs of support on campus, Ward agrees to an extended interim term.