New board chair leads WAA into 150th year.
Admissions office ramps up partnership with alumni.
Red Shirt program will result in a $250,000 gift for scholarships.
WAA to celebrate a century and a half of alumni achievement.
As with many eventful days, Monday, August 24, 1970, began in perfect normalcy.
Longtime fund-raising leader retires; business dean will transition to new role.
Highlighted books from the Fall 2010 issue
Happy trails, Bernie. Thanks for keeping our UW memories alive.
After years of being what she called a “professional guest star,” (Patricia) Tricia O’Kelley ’90 scored a steady gig when she landed a role in CBS’s hit sitcom The New Adventures of Old Christine.
Dennis White works to preserve Ojibwe culture.
Pam Hart Alexander co-founded SAAV to help save animals.
Kurt Unterholzner makes the most of his second chance.
The feeling has never worn off.
Highlighted books from the Summer 2010 issue
WAA honors distinguished alumni at 74th annual awards program.
A major gift establishes specialty clinics for children facing acute health concerns.
Before Jane Goodall and Dian Fossey, there was George Schaller MS’57, PhD’62, whose crusade to protect the world’s most beautiful and endangered animals has taken him to the globe’s most remote regions.
Barry Levenson makes a compelling case for his chosen condiment.
When President Obama turns to the who, what, when, and where of his daily agenda, he has a Badger to thank.
Alumni chapters step up need-based scholarship efforts.
WAA prepares students of today to become alumni of tomorrow.
WAA honors third group of outstanding young alumni.
Food Summit headlines changes to Alumni Weekend.
Lessons learned putting one foot in front of the other.
Helping medical students with debt allows them to serve where the need is greatest.
Highlighted books from the Spring 2010 issue
Can Tyler Knowles ’05 pull off his first film with a small crew, a fictional beer, a road trip peppered with Badgers, and a cow costume?
Influenced by his activist father, photographer Frank Espada, and his own struggles with poverty, Martín Espada ’81 uses his poetry to speak for the downtrodden and the forgotten.
Highlighted books from the Fall 2009 issue.
Entering his tenth year of service on the WAA national board of directors, Peter Christianson ’71, JD’77 assumed the role of board chair on July 1.
WAA helps seniors face tough job market.
New online career tools offer more jobs, new services.
From Babcock Hall to Africa, a love of cheese yields friendship.
Wisconsin rowers compete for a seat in Oxford’s coveted Blue Boat.
Band alumni are in step with a project to upgrade the practice field.
Everett Potter ’76 has the kind of job that most people only dream of.
New partnership allows Badger retirees to live and learn near campus.
WAA embraces sustainability as annual theme.
WAA welcomes Class of 2013 into Fifth Quarter tradition.