SHINE Medical Technologies, breaks grounds on “Building One” at its new location just south of Janesville. What began as a UW spinoff is now fueling economic growth and creating jobs in Wisconsin.
During a six-week summer program, incoming students from Wisconsin get a sneak peek into university life and gain confidence in knowing UW-Madison is where they belong.
Three times named Wisconsin manufacturer of the year, find out why Greenheck continues to turn to UW-Madison business resources to help refine and improve their processes.
Site is one of twelve across the state where researchers test, improve and adapt techniques to meet the needs of Wisconsin farmers.
The identification was made possible because the new CDC supported center has the people and the capacity to do more surveillance, for Zika and other diseases, mitigating health risks.
Learn how the Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine initiative at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health is preparing physicians to meet the needs of the residents in rural Wisconsin.
A “capstone class” taught at the Wisconsin Energy Institute is helping the Wisconsin city of Waterloo evaluate whether it could generate all its electricity from renewable sources on city-owned land. Read more.
The partnership brought knowledge and discoveries off campus and into a community. Learn more about the outcomes and how ideas will take shape into action.
Discover how a UW dairy science professor and her students set out to tackle a silent killer and improve outcomes for the state’s dairy production.
The program is well underway in the city of Monona and now other Wisconsin communities are encouraged to apply for the next round to become a UniverCity. Learn more about the Alliance.
Crystal Potts will join University Relations as the director of state relations for UW–Madison in November. Potts comes to UW–Madison from Wisconsin state Sen. Howard Marklein’s office, where she served as his chief of staff and supported the legislature’s Joint Finance Committee.
This resource illustrates the university’s funding sources, expenditures, student financial aid, fund balances and economic impact. Chancellor Rebecca Blank states, "It is my hope that this document helps us build the case for why UW–Madison should be a priority for investment by the state of Wisconsin."
The Wisconsin Partnership Program at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health has awarded nine grants totaling more than $400,000 to organizations throughout Wisconsin. One project aims to increase access to nutritious summer food program for students including access to fresh fruits and vegetables.
UW–Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank writes in her blog that the System budget request aligns well with the institution’s goals. “I’m happy to support this request, and I hope you will join our efforts over the next nine months as part of the state budget process,” Blank says.
Chancellor Blank highlighted student and faculty achievement saying that in many ways 2015 was a record-setting year for the state’s flagship university. She urged a renewed commitment to keeping UW–Madison among the top public universities at a time when peer institutions are seeing greater investment from their respective states.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank recently paid a visit to the students of the TRIUMPH and the community leaders they work with to learn what they're doing to improve health care and train to practice medicine in the underserved areas of Milwaukee.
DPI and education researchers team up on $5.2 million grant to reduce gaps in opportunity and achievement
Over the next four years, education researchers at DPI and the Wisconsin Center for Education Research (WCER), part of UW–Madison's School of Education, will analyze data from all state public schools.
Explore a collection of examples of how UW–Madison is working to improve people’s lives beyond the borders of its campus — to farm fields, water ways, manufacturing floors and beyond.
UW–Madison research partnership helps state agencies to improve services for people with disabilities
This initiative aims to help agencies transform their service delivery models and match people with good-paying jobs consistent with their abilities and career interests.
Reaction from scientists from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, the Medical College of Wisconsin and Wisconsin’s biomedical community and a link to more information from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education.