1. UW-Stevens Point vice chancellor named one of Wisconsin’s most influential black leaders

    Photo of UW-Stevens Point's Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Al Thompson, recently named one of Wisconsin's most influential black leaders

    A familiar face at UW-Stevens Point was recently named one of Wisconsin’s most influential black leaders. Al Thompson, vice chancellor for Student Affairs, personifies a key strength of UW-Stevens Point: […]

  2. UW-Oshkosh responding to Wisconsin’s need for special education teachers

    Photo of UW-Oshkosh special education student teacher in the classroom while student teaching

    UW-Oshkosh is responding to the growing need for special education teachers. The university has launched two new programs for those seeking to re-specialize, add a license, or find an alternative […]

  3. UW-Green Bay community of learners developing leaders in First Nations Education

    Photo of UW-Green Bay community of learners developing leaders in First Nations Education

    With a 20-year history of teaching First Nations education and feedback from First Nations communities, UW-Green Bay has launched its first-ever doctoral program. The fully enrolled First Nations Education doctorate […]

  4. UW-La Crosse Hate/Bias Response Symposium draws attendees from 11 states

    Photo of a panel at a UW-La Crosse Hate/Bias Response Symposium

    Over the past five years, a UW-La Crosse Hate/Bias Response Symposium, led by the university’s Campus Climate unit, has grown and become a unique resource for prevention, response, and healing far beyond […]

  5. UW-Parkside uses GIS mapping to help area elementary students walk to school safely

    Photo of a UW-Parkside GIS mapping course

    Walking to school safely can be a concern, especially in busy cities. UW-Parkside students in Dr. John Ward’s Geographic Information Systems course are using GIS mapping to develop  a safe […]

  6. UW-River Falls’ Rodli Hall now home to academic success services

    Photo of the remodeled Rodli Hall at UW-River Falls

    UW-River Falls is bringing essential student services together under one roof with the grand re-opening of David Rodli Hall. Originally built in the 1960s for student dining, the recently modernized […]

  7. UW-Stout helping to address statewide shortage of special education teachers

    Photo of Nick Grunseth, , an Eau Claire TV meteorologist who switched careers to work with special needs teens at Chippewa Falls Senior High School.

    UW-Stout is helping to address a statewide shortage of special education teachers. An alternative certification program has trained a dozen new teachers to date. One of those new teachers is […]

  8. UW-Madison expands South Madison Partnership

    Photo of the UW-Madison South Madison Partnership (UWSMP), located at The Village on Park. UWSMP is an important resource for encouraging mutually beneficial relationships between the university and the South Madison community.

    UW-Madison’s South Madison Partnership will soon have four times the space to support its growth as a community resource. Currently, more than 1,000 people each month take part in the […]

  9. UW-Platteville to once again host Midwest Culturally Inclusive Conference

    Photo taken at one of UW-Platteville's Midwest Culturally Inclusive Conferences

    UW-Platteville will once again host the Midwest Culturally Inclusive Conference, to be held in February 2020. The conference, which has attracted as many as 1,000 attendees from across the Midwest, […]

  10. UW-Whitewater launches new program for students with disabilities

    Photo of a UW-Whitewater student fair offering services to students with disabilities

    UW-Whitewater continues to be a national leader in providing exceptional services to students with disabilities. More than 1,000 students identify as having a disability at UW-Whitewater. This past semester, the […]