A poll released last week by Harvard University’s Institute of Politics indicates “likely” voters under age 30 favor Barack Obama over Mitt Ro…
Event begins at 6:30 p.m. and allows members of the public to share their thoughts with the search-and-screen committee.
The Chronicle of Higher Education highlights how “flipping the classroom” helped raise student performance in a tough course at San Jose State University.
Douglas Holtz-Eakin, a former John McCain adviser, and Jeffrey Liebman, an Obama adviser and former Obama administration official, to speak on campus Thursday.
The University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents adopted a biennial budget proposal that’ll freeze undergrad, in-state tuition — as long as the state bumps up its contribution.
Mario Capecchi, a professor of human genetics and biology at the University of Utah, will speak on campus Monday and Tuesday.
The Caltech professor and Discover magazine blogger who has appeared on a range of TV programs over the years will talk about the scale of the universe.
Barhorst is named top chief executive and Kerby takes home top faculty member honor from the Association of Community College Trustees.
Despite low turnout at an early morning forum designed to provide input to the search-and-screen committee, some interesting thoughts were shared.
Much of what you think you know about legendary Penn State football coach Joe Paterno is wrong, writes Michael Bérubé.
Program is run out of the college’s Center for Adult Learning, 2125 Commercial Ave.
Events scheduled for Tuesday through Friday on campus.
Event runs from 1 to 5 p.m. at the west end of the State Street Mall.
Cox, an assistant dean in the university's Division of Student Life, says the university's international reputation draws students from all over the world.
UW-Madison, like many public institutions, currently uses race as one of many factors in a so-called “holistic” admissions process.
A report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services unit says the university was in compliance.
His research was instrumental in linking the study of streams and the landforms they produce to broader environmental issues.
Only 56 percent of new freshmen are state residents, while 25.8 percent of all students are out-of-staters, topping the 25 percent limit.
UW-Madison reports Science Hall, the Law School, Education Building, North Hall, South Hall and Music Hall will be closed for all activities from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Program linked to UW-Madison provides an introductory humanities course to those facing economic barriers to higher education.
Figures show that 10 states cut their per-student support to major public research institutions by at least 30 percent between 2002-10.
But city falls short of making top 10 list of all college destinations in rating put out by the American Institute for Economic Research.
A grant from the Sustainable Energy Pathways program is designed to spark solutions that rely on collaborations between engineers and social scientists.
A paper from the Institute for One Wisconsin highlights ways in which “student loan debt is stealing the future of the middle class.”
With Act 10 in limbo, president of college’s part-time teachers’ union not happy with school's decision to call off a previously scheduled meeting for Friday.