Meeting the continuing challenge of Covid-19

On Tuesday, we will begin our fifth semester operating during the COVID-19 pandemic. I share everyone’s frustration that the virus continues to negatively affect our lives, both at home and on campus. We are clearly at a point where institutions and public health agencies worldwide are beginning to plan for how to live and operate alongside COVID as it continues to evolve. 

A message to our community

The events happening this week in the Twin Cities, across the nation and here in Madison demonstrate the anger that members of our community feel over years of unequal treatment.  This anger demands meaningful action,… Read More

Planning for a safe return to campus

This blog entry is being emailed to the entire campus community and will be translated into multiple languages. 中文 Chinese Español Hmoob नेपाली Nepali བོད་སྐད Tibetan Shortly after this entry was posted, Public Health Madison… Read More

Our Shared Future

On June 18, leaders of the Ho-Chunk Nation, as well as UW alumni and campus leadership joined together to dedicate a new plaque on Bascom Hill recognizing the land as the ancestral home of the Ho-Chunk,… Read More