A COVID-19 response grant has been awarded to UW researchers to enhance and expand telehealth in Wisconsin nursing homes.
Video conference with Badger style using these UW-themed backgrounds.
June 30: Join Mike Knetter, for a special live-streamed event, featuring Mark Eppli ’83, MS’84, PhD’91 and Jill Hatton ’81, MA’82.
The COVID-19 calculations behind UW–Madison’s freshman class.
With COVID infections slowing on campus, the UW begins a phased approach to in-person instruction.
Acknowledging the interdependence of campus and the larger community, Chancellor Blank seeks a partnered approach to managing COVID-19.
UW students develop a way for the campus community to socialize at a distance.
The Chancellor’s Annual Fund is one of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s highest fundraising priorities. With gifts to this fund, you are helping to give us the flexibility to help all areas affected by COVID-19.
UW-Madison researchers are on the front lines of finding treatments and solutions for COVID-19. Join others in advocating for more support of federal research funding.
With your gift to the Emergency Student Support Fund, you can help to provide needed relief to financially vulnerable students who are facing challenges due to unforeseen events.
Your gift will be used to address the urgent needs of patients and caregivers impacted by COVID-19, and to support emerging areas of greatest need.