The pandemic cost the UW-Madison club a lot of institutional knowledge, but students are set on reviving the group and competing nationally.
Members of the UW-Madison Human Powered Vehicle Club have created a bike that's not-so-human powered, as the competition they're preparing for this spring has since allowed batteries to be integrated as e-bikes grow in popularity.
Sheep were used in UW-Madison's decompression experiments because they have complex respiratory systems similar to those in humans.
UW-Parkside is the fourth campus in a year to have a chancellor resign or a new chancellor hired.
According to a new UW System survey, most students said also they never or rarely consider others' viewpoints on controversial topics such as abortion or transgender identities.
UW-Madison students share their thoughts on free speech. Results of the University of Wisconsin System's free speech survey are expected this afternoon.
Photos of salted walking paths and parking lots at UW-Madison renewed a debate about the balance between water quality and roads clear of snow.
University Housing has seen abnormally high interest this year, both in housefellow applicants and the number of returning students interested in living in the dorms for another year.
Thursday's listening session let community members share ideas on how to revive the Richland Center campus, or at least keep it on life support.
The new center extends the work of the Public History Project, the entity behind the popular "Sifting and Reckoning" exhibit at Chazen Museum of Art last fall.
A listening session Thursday was a forum in which community members could share ideas on how to revive the Richland Center campus, or at least keep it on life support.
Nearly half of the states have blocked the popular social media app owned by a Chinese company.
Irwin Goldman, along with research partner Nick Breitbach, created a less earthy plant named the Badger Flame Beet. They tasted thousands of beets to create it.
MATC is expecting more female students in its skilled trades classes in the coming years as more girls enroll in dual-credit high school courses and attend summer camps.
King will be the third permanent chancellor in five years to lead the 11,000-student institution.
"How do (builders) know what concrete needs to be replaced and what concrete doesn't need to be replaced? So this informs that sort of decision making."
A previous draft version of the plan said there would be "minimal" needs for the Richland Center campus, as UW-Platteville was only planning for online programming.
Grace Stanke is anticipating her bachelor's degree in nuclear engineering from UW-Madison, and she hopes to inspire young women across the country to go into STEM fields themselves.
If implemented, the plan would be another blow for Richland Center officials and residents who are trying to save some version of the campus that has been part of their community for 56 years.
Carla Vigue, a member of the Oneida Nation, said she is committed to giving the 12 First Tribes of Wisconsin a voice at UW-Madison.
The three board members, who were appointed by former Gov. Scott Walker, were allowed to stay on after their terms due to a state Supreme Court ruling last June.
South Dakota’s six public universities plan to offer in-state tuition rates to students from Wisconsin and Illinois by next fall.
The Odyssey Beyond Wars program, set to start next fall, will help veterans contextualize their military experiences with humanities courses.
The misspent dollars, as identified by the nonpartisan Legislative Audit Bureau, went toward the hiring of consultants, the creation of online maps and student entertainment.
UW-Madison Director of Tribal Relations Aaron Bird Bear says he's retiring knowing he achieved his mission of the university offering a sincere land acknowledgement to the Ho-Chunk Nation.
In the weeks before I joined the Wisconsin State Journal in September, I was told this: Remember that a higher education institution is like their own city. It has its own character and struggles, defined by the students who learn there and the faculty who teach them.
While this commencement had everything in common with a typical graduation, the nine men who graduated Tuesday are prison inmates.
"I didn't feel like anything was missing," one student from New York said of Hanukkah at Hillel.
Grace Stanke, 20, is an undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, studying nuclear engineering. See photos from the competition.
The university is particularly interested in books that explore topics of free speech, political polarization and creating community in a culture that values both speech and inclusio.