The university’s research enterprise is a powerful economic engine and creator of knowledge and innovation. Wisconsin benefits as more than 362 UW–Madison-related startup companies support nearly 25,000 jobs and contribute $2.3 billion to the state …
UW-Madison VetMed Students lend a hand at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin
Each year, veterinary students perform essential health checks on the captive flock at the International Crane Foundation. The experience provides a unique opportunity to get firsthand experience working with an endangered species.
UW-Madison trains students to serve Wisconsin families
The School of Social Work’s Public Welfare Training Program prepares students to join the ranks of professionals who assist and advocate for children and families throughout the state.
UW-Madison takes aim at the Emerald Ash Borer
Watch and learn ways the UW-Madison Department of Entomology is fighting to protect Wisconsin’s 700 million ash trees from a deadly beetle, the emerald ash borer.
Adaptive Physical Activity Program shaping the lives of Wisconsin residents
The clients working out in gym 6 had their lives changed in an instant. This program proves exercise is for anyone while it also teaches and inspires UW students.
Sauk villages partner with UW-Madison students on vision for Water Street
The Sauk Prairie area is getting help with visioning for their Water Street corridor from students in the UW-Madison Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture.
UW–Madison joins national network to combat opioid epidemic, substance abuse disorders
The network aims to prove the quality of, and access to, addiction treatment and recovery services in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota and Ohio.
UW-Madison lab in Stoughton has a 50 year history in supporting complex scientific projects
The Physical Sciences Lab supports a wide range of research and development in areas such as high energy physics, biology, geology, limnology and plasma physics.
UW-Madison trains northern Wisconsin communities in dementia care
This dementia-care curriculum is currently being used in Wood County and at UW-Green Bay and aims spread more broadly, bringing needed resources to communities in northern Wisconsin.
‘Badger Promise’ program offers free tuition to first-generation Wisconsin transfer students at UW-Madison
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank proposed the program earlier this year with the goal of expanding access to lower-income Wisconsin residents.