Teaching and learning
The new UW Chemistry Building encourages group efforts.
The UW vet school’s inaugural class pays it forward with an endowed scholarship.
Even during a pandemic, graduation rates are rising.
Action titles can help players improve at orientation and memory tasks.
Inspired by the Wisconsin Idea, James Graaskamp PhD’65 preached an ethical approach to development.
Impress your family and friends with these fascinating facts.
Heartful thanks from scholarship recipients show how the All Ways Forward campaign has made all the difference.
UW–Madison cautiously plans for a “new normal” this fall.
During the pandemic, professors have creatively adapted to online teaching.
Amy Free ’96 promotes equity as an interpreter across campus.
Joel Baraka x’22 devises a novel way for children to learn in his own onetime home.
In "Beginners," Tom Vanderbilt ’91 proves that old folks can learn new tricks.
Some things changed. Amazingly, others didn’t.
UW students learned to navigate a campus turned upside down.
Former students create a fund to carry on the work of electrical engineering professor Thomas Lipo PhD’68.
Pandemic-related challenges keep some students home.
In the coronavirus era, it takes creativity to provide a workplace-experience course.
UW–Madison adapts to keep people safe for fall 2020.
The actor playfully engages with a UW geoscience class.
The UW welcomes back students with safety measures in place.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank finds reasons for hope in challenging times.
The first fully remote undergraduate offering expands access for nontraditional students.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank finds reasons to hope in challenging times.
The university’s quick response, by the numbers.
A new master’s program takes computing to the next level.
UW Makerspace puts no limits on a student’s imagination.
A young girl — Jo Wilder — solves mysteries of the state.
Remembering the pioneering UW printmaker and art professor.
Nomen est omen, said the ancient Romans, who liked their maxims to rhyme: one’s name is one’s destiny. And…
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.