Happy Spring Break, Badgers! Or if you have 3 midterms right after Spring Break like I do, good luck studying this week! But no matter when midterms are scheduled, I hope everyone has a wonderful time away from 8 ams and climbing up Bascom. See you after break!
http://www.uwalumni.com/awards/gabriel-stulman/ To make ends meet while a student at UW-Madison, Gabriel Stulman '03 (History and Political Science) worked in restaurants around town. These experiences sparked an interest in the hospitality industry, and he decided to move to New York City after graduating and work his way up through the NYC restaurant scene. Eventually, Stulman was able to own hi...
Interview with UW-Madison alum Ed Garvey - lawyer, politician and activist. Garvey graduated in 1961 with a degree in political science and received his JD in "64. He was the first executive director of the National Football League Players Association.
I'm back at it again with another rant! I know we all collectively struggle with completing a group project without inciting some type of drama. I'm taking a fair share of business introduction courses, and they are PILING the group projects on us. Through my various group projects, I've identified 3 key personalities that people adopt. Enjoy! Comment down below what other topics I should rant ab...
A $20 million gift from the Chazen Foundation, a private giving organization created by Jerome Chazen (BA’48) and Simona Chivian Chazen (x’49), helped create the Chazen Museum of Art in Madison, WI. Even though they both grew up in the New York City area, they first met as students at UW-Madison, and have fond memories of their time in Madison. Both were attracted to the university’s reputation f...
It's Friday, friday, gotta get down jk I'm too sick to function right now. In all honesty, the easiest thing to develop in college is a cold. And a wave of sickness has, yet again, washed over Badgertown. Good luck chugging tea and carrying Kleenex boxes in your backpacks for the next two weeks!
Friday, February 17th at 11pm CST, the next Forward Motion takes a look at how UW-Madison is leading the charge against the Zika virus. We'll also take a closer look at how cool science images benefit learning; how UW-Madison is working to protect farmers' hearing, and we'll peer into the secret life of plants!
Chancellor Rebecca Blank celebrates Founders' Day, the anniversary of the first day of classes at UW-Madison. From 20 students learning Latin and arithmetic on February 5th, 1849, to more than 43,000 students today, the campus is vibrant and continues to make history.
Troy Vincent, former Badger football standout and current Executive Vice President of Football Operations for the NFL, talks about his love of UW-Madison and how it changed his life. Vincent played for Wisconsin from 1988 - 1991, and was the 7th pick in the 1992 draft. He played 15 seasons in the NFL. Video produced by Justin Bomberg
Double Major, Hannah DeBrine, talks about how studying both Math and Philosophy helps broaden her perspective.
The UniverCity Alliance aims to connect education, service and research on campus with cities to further the practice of sustainability.