Elizabeth Arth ’19 made a career turn, inspired by her son’s care after an injury.
Journalist Peter Greenberg ’72 crisscrosses the globe to dig up inside info on the world’s largest industry.
James ’93 and Rob ’96 Baerwolf drew on UW innovations to develop Sassy Cow Creamery.
Philanthropist Mary Lasker x1922 was one of the most influential figures in 20th-century medical research.
The Tony–winning Broadway star forged his artistic identity at UW–Madison.
Anika Fajardo ’97 searches for her long-lost father in the memoir Magical Realism for Non-Believers.
As society embraces maximum convenience, UW alumni are transforming the business of on-demand dining.
Here’s how we uncovered the story of André De Shields’s fabled stint on campus.
The honorees have made exceptional contributions to the world.
Erin Lee Carr ’10 grapples with the legacy of her father, the brilliant but troubled New York Times journalist David Carr.
A documentary profiles the crusading immigration lawyer Judy Wood.
His acclaimed biography profiles the great American abolitionist.
David Margolis MD’89 is both an eminent pediatric oncologist and a zealous fan of the Milwaukee Bucks. With a little spray paint, he now combines his two passions.
The longtime PA announcer for Badger women’s basketball, volleyball, and softball is not exactly a detached observer.
Even as a UW–Madison student, the author of “A Raisin in the Sun” spoke up for what she believed in.
Investigative journalist Scott Carney MA’04 does — in his own way.
Here’s what it’s like to meet the UW football legend in person.
The greatest player in UW soccer history faced major challenges en route to helping the U.S. win the World Cup.
Erin Strepy MBA'15 plays with dolls every day because that’s her job.
The pioneering conservationist and UW alumnus climbed the mountain in 1888. Today, following his path is no easy task.
A recent trip by university leaders strengthens ties in the region.
From YouTube star to professional BMX rider, Badger alums have proven the versalitity of a UW diploma.
In 2002, Gillian Laub ’97 made what would be the first of many trips to Mount Vernon, Georgia, to photograph the lives of teenagers…
Nancy Spelsberg ’99, MBA’06 will gladly nudge students toward industrial engineering. And it’s not just because she’s a graduate…
If you’ve been to a wedding, baby shower, funeral, or birthday party in the last 13 years, you’ve probably…
Mary Hinkson ’46, MS’47 was born to dance, but as a black woman at the UW, she found Madison far from welcoming. Rather than give up, she became one of the nation’s leading performers.
Physicist Fatima Ebrahimi PhD’03 believes that if efforts to control nuclear fusion pay off, it will provide unlimited energy that will change the world.
The activist has long been on the front lines of women’s and peace movements.
The new event featured 1,848 minutes of pure fun, spirit, and generosity.
As a nationally renowned sex reassignment surgeon, Marci Bowers ’80 — a transgender woman herself — is helping her patients find joy and belonging.
An adventurous summer road trip turned the UW’s first female engineering grad, Emily Hahn ’26, into one of America’s most storied travel writers.
As the first UW…