The announcement brought relief to many students struggling to stay motivated after more than a year of mostly online learning.
The policy allows students to convert any letter grade to a Satisfactory-Disruption or Unsatisfactory-Disruption grade on their transcripts.
Four UW campuses, including the two largest, Madison and Milwaukee, plan to offer more than 50% of their courses entirely online.
Eric Wilcots' appointment marks the first time that an African-American will lead the College of Letters and Science.
UW-Madison will announce their fall semester plans by the end of July. The three plans under discussion include face-to-face classes, all online classes or a mix of both.
Student can choose to skip letter grades for most courses, one of several recently announced measures to offer flexibility during the pandemic.
The university is withholding the entire investigative report and said releasing any records on the case could directly or indirectly identify a student.
UW-Madison faculty recruitment and retention has relatively rebounded since budget cuts and controversial changes in tenure policies.
Nearly 200 students and others gathered on the Engineering Mall on campus Thursday to demand the university hold abusers accountable and to protest the possible return of professor Akbar Sayeed.
Two women questioned how he responded to complaints about a former professor whom students and staff accused of sexual harassment.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says slow start of the UW-Madison center is a good thing.
Milwaukee Business Journal lists 22 UW employees making more than $350,000.
The Letters and Science Career initiative links students with alumni to launch careers.
The challenge will be combining good PR with an accurate picture of, say, a philosophy major’s career prospects.
UW-Madison liberal arts students got an early Christmas present this week: a grant that will help pay low-income students doing internships.
President Barack Obama nominated an associate dean and professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for a position in the U.S. Department …
Economics Professor and Department Chair John Karl Scholz is set to be the next dean of the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Letters…
The chair of the Department of Economics at UW-Madison has been selected as the next dean of the College of Letters and Science, the largest academic unit on campus.
The next dean of UW-Madison's College of Letters & Science will be a candidate with strong existing ties to the university.
University officials released the names of four finalists Monday. Three of the candidates named are current UW-Madison professors, while the fourth candidate taught at the university for 18 years.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison announced the names of four finalists for the dean of the College of Letters and Science Monday, three of …
In the midst of a year when student groups have protested the high tuition costs of higher education, UW-Madison is the fifth-highest-valued p…
It seems the height of arrogance to blame high unemployment on those who can't find jobs.