UW-Madison’s campus is busier than ever during the Summer Term with classes, research, athletics and more. On Tuesday, we documented all that was happening in Badgerland, with plenty of help from you. Check out the day in this video recap!
From now on, fans can only bring clear bags to Badger home football games at Camp Randall, according to a new policy. Each ticket holder is allowed one small clutch purse and one large clear bag. Guests won’t be allowed in with a non-approved bag.
Gabe Javier, who has served as interim director of the Multicultural Student Center for more than a year, will become the center’s director Aug. 1. In addition, Karla Foster has been named coordinator of the new Black Cultural Center and the Our Wisconsin program welcomes two new faces.
What are you doing in Madison on July 18? Whatever it is, we want to know! Share photos and videos using #UWSummer and check out what everybody else is doing. Find out more here.
UW-Madison’s Summer Term is a chance to advance your degree, get a prerequisite out of the way or focus on a challenging course. Thanks to an increase in online offerings, it’s now easier to do that on your own time — from anywhere in the world. Here’s why six students chose to take a UW course online this summer.
When she was a girl, Courtney Christensen used to decorate the rooms in her dollhouse. Today, she’s an interior architecture major at UW-Madison who won a nationwide interior design contest sponsored by Sherwin-Williams.
Do you know where to find the requirements for your chosen degree? What about a list of all the certificates offered by UW–Madison? This month, UW–Madison published the 2017–2018 edition of our Guide, the combined catalog of undergraduate and graduate academic offerings and the Wisconsin Experience.
The vice provost and Dean of Students has been undergoing treatment for breast cancer. She shares how it’s going and her gratitude for the support she’s receiving.
Madison Public Philosophy is a new group of UW–Madison students that takes philosophy out of the classroom. They specialize in teaching philosophy to children and creating dramatizations of famous thought experiments — all to get you to think.