The UW School of Education has a plan for keeping teachers on the job.
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The André De Shields Fund supports projects by historically underrepresented creators.
Bucky’s Tuition Promise has transformed student lives — and campus itself.
Heartful thanks from scholarship recipients show how the All Ways Forward campaign has made all the difference.
The UW redoubles its commitment to a welcoming campus environment.
Tech giant Jeff Kessenich helps UW students launch their own STEM careers.
The Mercile J. Lee Scholars Program reflects its namesake's humane approach.
Mackenzie Straub x’22 (pictured) was one of 796 incoming students during the 2018–19 academic year receiving free tuition through Bucky’s Tuition Promise. Jeff Miller The first brainchild of the UW’s new Student Success Through Applied Research (SSTAR) Lab, Bucky’s Tuition Promise, has provided financial…
The new event featured 1,848 minutes of pure fun, spirit, and generosity.
First-year students link arms and sing ‘Varsity’ at the end of the Chancellor’s Convocation for New Students, a Wisconsin Welcome event. Jeff Miller For Mackenzie Straub x’22, the good news just kept coming. Shortly after being accepted to UW–Madison, she learned that her tuition and fees…
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As the cost of college education rises, so does the need for financial literacy. UW administrators and researchers are trying to find the best ways to educate students and parents about debt, value, and planning for the future.
Hoping to double alumni donations, the UW prepares to roll out an aggressive campaign.
A couple’s family endowment helps to grow scholarships for students in need.
Badger Partnership aims for revised model of state support.
Admissions office ramps up partnership with alumni.
Red Shirt program will result in a $250,000 gift for scholarships.
Earning potential comes with a price.
Alumni chapters step up need-based scholarship efforts.
Helping medical students with debt allows them to serve where the need is greatest.
About one out of every five students in the UW’s 2008 freshman class is entitled to say, “I’m the first person in my immediate family to go to college.”