The university narrowed the window of time that candidates' names will be posted on the search committee's webpage and will post candidates' public presentations on a password-protected website.
Some tenured faculty teaching in programs that may be eliminated were left Thursday wondering what their future holds.
The 50th anniversary of the Black Student Strike of 1969, among UW-Madison's largest in history, has current black students reflecting on the progress that's been made — and how much more work there is to be done on a campus where just three percent of students are black.
UW System President Ray Cross directed Kopper to develop and teach four classes each semester during the 2019-2020 academic year, a course load in line with other faculty members.
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Student loan assistance is a benefit increasingly being offered in the private sector as companies recruit employees in a tight labor market with low unemployment.
At UW-Madison, the deferred maintenance backlog totals $1.5 billion. That figure does not include repairs to the 28 buildings that sustained damage in recent days.
A guest lecturer will argue that pornography corrupts the brain and erodes relationships during an appearance at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Thursday.
Watt, who transferred to UW-Madison as a walk-on for the Badgers football team in 2008, will return to Camp Randall May 11 to speak with graduates.
Officials say the numbers show campus strategies, such as incorporating undergraduate research and internships into a curriculum and providing more intensive advising, are helping students move toward college completion.
A Wausau woman has sued a UW-Madison plastic surgeon, accusing him of sexual exploitation and medical negligence in giving her breast implants and a tummy tuck last year.
The cause of the burst pipe has yet to be determined, but the assumption is the sub-zero temperatures last week followed by a rapid thawing in the past few days weakened the pipes.
A burst pipe in Vilas Hall and water main break at the Chemistry Building has caused damage to both campus buildings over the weekend.
The Wisconsin Union brought the Statue of Liberty back, marking the return of a tradition that dates back 40 years ago this month. Lady Liberty can be viewed Friday and Saturday.
UW-Madison has a large group of weather enthusiasts within the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Studies. Rare weather events like this week's polar vortex provided students and instructors with a unique scientific opportunity.
The life-threatening temperatures forecasters are calling the coldest in a generation prompted UW-Madison to cancel classes, events and campus activities from 5 p.m. Tuesday through noon Thursday.
The University of Wisconsin System will use federal money to pay off bank loans taken out by the UW-Oshkosh Foundation, according to agreements released Friday.
Wright's death prompted hundreds of colleagues, students and longtime admirers of his work to share stories of his life on Twitter the hashtag #EOWtaughtme.
A Republican Assembly leader is criticizing a UW-Madison political science professor's course syllabus for what he sees as a "politically polarized characterization" of Donald Trump's presidency.
"My ground squirrels don't go on hiatus because of the government shutdown," a UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine professor said of her federally funded research project.