Teaching and learning
Nomen est omen, said the ancient Romans, who liked their maxims to rhyme: one’s name is one’s destiny. And while …
Former U.S. Senator Russ Feingold ’75 returns to the UW to teach, calling on his experiences in the Great Lakes region of Africa.
With shovels in tow, a UW program is tackling two crises at once: a shortage of students in science and a growth of antibiotic resistance.
A UW class explores cryptocurrencies.
Rod Hassett ’62 has sourced his hometown to inspire the next generation of engineers — diversifying his profession along the way.
UW researchers are using drones to search for more sustainable farming methods.
UW–Madison’s Arboretum is part of a nationwide effort to protect the popular insect.
Illustrator Jeff Butler x’18 draws the height of popular culture, from Dungeons & Dragons to Marvel superheroes.
Demand for digital resources at UW libraries is growing fast.
A popular consumer science course digs into our relationship with money.
A UW professors teaches the science behind the news.
Can we have class outside today? Environmental science students enjoy the environment on a spring day in 2017. Science Hall houses the Nelson Institute for …
Military history professor John Hall spent 15 years on active duty as an infantry officer and strategic planner for the …
Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences 323:
Science of Climate Change
Communication Arts 540:
Superhero TV and Cultural Power
Badgers have made their mark on Antarctica, thanks to the UW’s long history of research and exploration of the continent.
UW program helps student-athletes chart a course for life after sports.
Elise Schimke ’17 sought solitude in campus libraries during her time at UW–Madison. So when the history and English …
UW professor Tony Stretton is well into his fourth decade of teaching undergraduates the wonders of brain science — and still has a lot of fun doing it.
Dawn patrol on Lake Mendota: Carolyn Voter PhDx’18 (right) and Alexandra Linz ’13, PhDx’18 collect water samples before sunrise. The work was part of a …
Improv techniques help medical professionals learn creativity and spontaneity.
The new Wisconsin Russia Project aims to help the U.S. be more prepared to manage a calculating Kremlin with yet-to-be-determined ambitions.
From telegraphy to auto repair to engineers, the UW campus organized to prepare student soldiers for war.
This isn’t your typical henna design — and it’s not intended to be. Students created the henna body …
In the moments before the music begins, the nervous energy is palpable.
Nearly three dozen student models line up along a …
UW hockey coach Tony Granato x’17 goes back to school.
UW students connect to a designer’s lost legacy.
When the U.S. entered the First World War, the UW joined the fight by training soldiers, conducting poison-gas research, and sending students to work on Wisconsin farms.
UW–Madison is home to one of the most flexible and unique research facilities in North America.
A care package in Afghanistan leads a former marine to seek an MBA from the Wisconsin School of Business.