About 800 state residents admitted to the University of Wisconsin-Madison next fall will get free tuition and fees, depending on income.
A panel of experts took on gender bias and inequities Tuesday at a UW–Madison forum, providing timely context to the current national reckoning on sexual harassment and assault.
Several speakers referenced the #MeToo movement, praising it as a long-overdue corrective and noting that the phrase, which went viral last year, originated in 2006 with the work of black civil rights activist Tarana Burke.
At AnitaB.org, we celebrate and highlight the success of women technologists and those who support women in tech. Our Abie (pronounced AB-ee) Awards honor these distinguished women, whose achievements and life stories demonstrate that each of us has the power to improve our world, individually and collectively.
Community members are invited to join University of Wisconsin-Madison students, faculty, staff, alumni and campus partners who will come together on Valentine’s Day to launch the Jacqueline “Jackie” DeWalt Scholarship Fund in honor of her more than 25-year legacy on campus, intermittently since 1969. The scholarship drive will be launched on Wednesday, Feb. 14, in the Alumni Lounge of the Pyle Center from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Registration is open.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison employs over 2,000 teaching assistants across a wide variety of disciplines. The contributions of TAs in the classroom, lab, studio, and field are essential to the University’s education mission. In order to recognize excellence on the part of TAs across campus, each year the College of Letters & Science, with support […]