The new building that will house the College of Letters and Science will clear the way for the demolition of the Humanities Building.
Eric Wilcots' appointment marks the first time that an African-American will lead the College of Letters and Science.
Scholars and students capture the complex and the compelling through the camera lens. It’s here where color, shape and texture join, and the a…
"The first time I taught it, it was called 'The World in 2020,'' Nathan Phelps says of his futuristic history course.
Scholars and students capture the complex and the compelling through the camera lens. It's here where color, shape and texture join, and the a…
Two women questioned how he responded to complaints about a former professor whom students and staff accused of sexual harassment.
Helen C. White was the first woman to hold a full professorship in the College of Letters and Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Almost 6,800 members of the class of 2016 participated in UW-Madison commencement ceremonies this weekend.
The largest cut will go to the College of Letters and Science, which will see a $7.4 million drop in funding.
When he arrived on campus in 1968, graduate student David Newby found himself amid campus-wide riots and protests in which he desired to take …
Most infants begin to understand language long before they can produce words. The Infant Learning Lab aims to discover how infants learn to understand.
What do you wish you would have known during your college years about yourself, your education, or the world of work?
The interface between humanities and science exists in the emerging field of archaeogenomics – the study of organic materials from archaeological digs.
I honestly cannot remember a time when the weather did not hold my interest.
As more and more of us have access to more and more information, it may be harder than ever to make the best choices for ourselves and those we love.
Universe in the Park introduces the general public to astronomy outside under dark skies.
Russia is blessed, and cursed, with the most fascinating culture on the globe.
The civil rights movement insisted that integration and voting rights would be meaningless without ensuring access to decent housing, education and jobs.
What would you ask a Nobel Laureate?
We teach students to be not just users of technology, but creators and innovators who will shape the future.
The new Center for Ethics and Education believes that decisions must be driven by values, as well as informed by data.
Making music during times of oppression and stress provides individuals — especially children — a place of normalcy and community.
By studying the muriquis’ responses to natural population pressures, we are gaining insights into their behavioral flexibility and ability to adapt.
The heart of UW-Madison, the College of Letters & Science, fuels discovery in many ways.