See pictures of campus dressed in winter white to welcome the new year.
Medical experts, including a UW trauma nurse, talk to the New York Times about what life will look like after vaccination.
When politicians don’t follow their own advice about COVID-19, who should you believe?
A pandemic called. Malia Jones and her team answered.
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.
Where will the UW go after two weeks of online instruction? That depends on student behavior.
When in doubt, New York calls Kathryn Garcia.
Emily Voigt is making sure we’re ready for the next pandemic.
On-campus voting is underway — safely and physically distant.
The university community commits to protecting the health of students and staff.
Alumna Heidi Clear ’90 offers her advice for planning a way through the pandemic.
During this time of uncertainty, UW professor Travis Wright offers tools to help you bolster your emotional wherewithal.
The UW’s Malia Jones explains what herd immunity is and the path to achieving it.
The university begins gradual reopening of facilities.
Despite field day cancellations, the UW offers information and resources to Wisconsin farmers.
The UW answers your questions.
The UW’s Institute for Chemical Education is offering free online summer camps.
Researchers at the School of Medicine and Public Health say school closures are taking a toll on high school athletes.
The Wisconsin School of Business offers tips on leading your team from afar.
When Amy Lambert ’83 received a refund from UW Housing, she decided to pay it forward.
UW Health psychologist Shilagh Mirgain has tips for bolstering your emotional resilience.
UW professor Alvin Thomas foresees a mental health crisis for black men and boys as they grapple with COVID-19 and racial injustice.
Items from Memorial Library are now available for pickup by appointment.
The UW School of Education offers free math resources to help kids learn at home.
UW epidemiologist Malia Jones has advice for reducing your risk while raising your voice.
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation has selected nine projects for development funding.
“This has become a rural versus urban issue,” says UW–Madison political scientist Kathy Cramer.
Experts offer advice for safe socializing.
COVID-19 has disrupted internships, but there are still options.
If your only source of dairy has been milk chocolate, UW Health has tips for getting back on a healthy track.
The United Community Center is providing vital support to Milwaukee’s Latino community.
UW researchers have confirmed that cats can contract the novel coronavirus. What does that mean for pet owners?
His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Richie Davis discuss the transformative power of kindness.
A UW researcher uses social media to study people sheltering in place.
Risk analyst and engineering professor Vicki Bier offers her take on the risks of reopening.
A new initiative will help get “Badgers on Track” in a challenging job market.
Former Badger running back sends pizza and moral support.
“Our farm has always been a relationship-driven business,” says Cycle Farms’ Lauren Brey.
Dylan Bizhikiins Jennings talks about how tribal communities are coping with the pandemic.
A collaborative team with community support gets vital medical equipment to frontline workers.
Badger football’s dietician supports players from afar.
TIME spoke to a UW professor about how to communicate when your smile is hidden.
Have meals been replaced by sunrise-to-sunset grazing? Here are some ideas to get you back on track.
From restaurants to warehouses, Extension has compiled information on preparing and safely reopening businesses.
WSB alumni share their COVID-19 experiences and advice.
Even if you’re not job searching, the Wisconsin School of Business says virtual networking is vital.
A new safety order restricts use of campus lands.
Show #BadgerAtHome where the W roams.
A Badger web developer created a site to provide help during the pandemic.
Do you have the quarantine blues? Postdoctoral scholar Karen Smith offers insights and strategies.
Chancellor Blank outlines the plan for reopening campus.
Alumna Rita Braver spoke with students and Chancellor Blank about virtual commencement and what comes next.
Alumni in China raise $20,000 to support the UW.
A panel of experts gathered to discuss the economic fallout of COVID-19, government response, and recovery.
Poised to launch their company in March, two UW–Madison alumni redirected their resources for the greater good.
Hear from School of Veterinary Medicine professor Tony Goldberg about precautions to take with your dogs and cats.
In response to attacks toward people of Asian descent, Madison’s mayor will hold a virtual town hall.
In an op-ed, Chancellor Blank talks about the vital role of the UW and other public universities.
Chancellor Blank discusses the importance of research universities in addressing COVID-19.
WPR talks to a School of Pharmacy professor about how vaccines work and how they’re created.
Join Professor Christine Whelan for a guided reflection on your values, gifts, and worries.
UW–Madison graduate gave us “the neat, round spaghetti you can eat with a spoon”
Carolyn Trojanowski says her experiences at UW–Madison serve her well in this challenging time.
As a cancer survivor, Lona Towsley knows how to fight, but in the ICU with COVID-19 she was losing hope.
How do journalists responsibly report on preprint studies?
Brothers Jesse Charles ’08, MD’14 Joel Charles ’08, MPH’12, MD’14 are working on the front lines to combat COVID-19.
With improved capacity and turnaround time, UW Health increases access to COVID-19 tests.
An app from the Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies provides information, social support, and resources.
Two Madison teams led by UW scientists are among the roughly 100 organizations developing potential COVID-19 vaccines.
Art Walaszek, a UW psychiatrist who specializes in geriatric care, joins the Dementia Matters podcast to discuss managing anxiety during the pandemic.
The Wisconsin Partnership Program at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health has announced 21 awards to Wisconsin researchers and community organizations to lessen the impact of COVID-19.
Whether you are an essential worker or doing your part by staying at home, this video is for you.
A UW–Madison senior is helping with state’s COVID-19 response.
The UW will celebrate commencement virtually on May 9. Here are just a few of the remarkable students in the Class of 2020.
UW computer sciences professor Paul Barford weighs in on the internet’s capacity to withstand the surge in traffic.
Amid the pandemic, Kelsey Rahe made a potentially lifesaving donation.
The Wisconsin School of Business has tips for job searching in these uncertain times.
Thomas Friedrich, professor of pathobiological sciences in the School of Veterinary Medicine discusses battle against the disease
Ties between UW–Madison and China result in an outpouring of outreach.
Engineering professors adapt to distance learning virtually overnight.
UW–Madison colleagues offer tips.
Although parts of campus life are impossible to replicate, UW–Madison and its students are giving it the old college try.
UW Hospital has treated 14 COVID patients with antibody-rich plasma.
Wisconsin biotech companies are poised to play key roles in the economic recovery.
Chancellor Blank and Coach Gard discuss the university’s response to COVID-19.
Madison firefighters boost morale with a lights-and-sirens parade.
UW professor Brad Pierce talks about the environmental impact of staying at home.
Natalie Mickelsen went to India for the FDA. Now she’s helping Americans repatriate during the pandemic.
Wisconsin School of Business Alumni Board member Tim Bratland offers tips for meeting at a distance.
Wisconsin School of Business alumnus Jason Popp talks about how the events industry is adapting.
Wisconsin School of Business alumna Jamie Shah is working to keep labs running safely and effectively.
Dr. Thomas Huggett helped Chicago convert a hotel to house elderly or otherwise at-risk people amid the pandemic; he also lives there.
The Steve Stricker American Family Insurance Foundation will match up to $100,000 in donations.
Russell Wilson and Kenny Dichter donate 10 million meals to Feeding America.
While faculty and students are telecommuting, a core group provides critical support.