1. UW Veterinary Care offers rabbit vaccine against highly contagious, fatal disease

    Photo of a rabbit listening between nibbles in the Grady Kettle Hole Forest at the UW–Madison Arboretum. PHOTO: BRYCE RICHTER

    Researchers and clinicians are sounding the alarm as the fatal rabbit hemorrhagic disease, RHDV2, spreads across the U.S. In response, the UW Veterinary Care Special Species Health Service at the […]

  2. Philosopher’s work helps detangle the nature of honesty

    Photo of Peter van Elswyk, associate professor of philosophy, who recently received a grant from the Honesty Project to define what honesty is in the context of conversation. (UWM Photo/Elora Hennessey)

    In a world suffering from the effects of widely spread misinformation, developing ways to foster honesty in ourselves and others offers great value to society. That’s the premise behind the […]

  3. New Willie D. Davis Finance & Investment Laboratory allows students to invest in stocks with real money and see real results

    Photo of Willie D. Davis Finance & Investment Laboratory

    A new lab opening on the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will give students access to the tools they need to become investment managers, including real money. The Willie D. Davis […]

  4. Blue Devil gymnasts’ flip-for-Ukraine challenge lands national attention

    Photo of members of UW-Stout’s gymnastics team promoting their #stuckflipforabuck fundraiser for the people of Ukraine. The challenge started at UW-Stout and has spread nationally. / Kailyn Westbrook

    #stuckflipforabuck created by coach catches on with university teams, clubs across the U.S. Competitive gymnasts in the U.S. are flipping — literally — for a fundraising challenge started by University […]

  5. Growing number of international students playing tennis for Blugolds

    Photo of three international students playing tennis at UW-Eau Claire

    With its reputation for quality academics and a tennis team with a history of success, the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire has long attracted many top tennis players from the Midwest. […]

  6. UW-Superior’s Lake Superior Research Institute receives nearly $8 million in funding

    Photo of UW-Superior research vessel

    The University of Wisconsin-Superior’s Lake Superior Research Institute (LSRI) recently received a five-year cooperative agreement and funding for the first year at a level of $7,965,000 from the United States Department of […]

  7. UWO sustainability efforts earn US Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools honor

    Photo of UW Oshkosh river research

    The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is celebrating Earth Day in a big way. UW Oshkosh learned Friday it has earned the prestigious U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools Postsecondary […]

  8. Afghan refugees start a new journey at UW-Milwaukee

    Photo by Afghan students Tahera and Farzana (center, in blue top and gray sweatshirt) listening during a writing class taught by Mark Sondrol, senior lecturer in the English Language Academy at UWM. (UWM Photo/Troye Fox)

    As they waited in their bus at the airport in Kabul last August, Samira and her friends kept watch out the windows in case someone might be approaching the bus […]

  9. UW–Madison’s ultra-efficient carbon capture tech earns top 60 spot in global XPRIZE challenge

    Photo of UW–Madison XPRIZE team includes, from left, graduate students Seunghyeon Jung, Mattie Bindl, Mikhaila Calice, Jenna Greene, Keerthana Sreenivasan and Eri R. Amezcua. COURTESY OF KEERTHANA SREENIVASAN

    For a planet increasingly ravaged by the effects of climate change, removing carbon from the atmosphere could be part of a desperately needed turn in the right direction. Innovators worldwide […]

  10. Prairie preservation: UW-La Crosse alum Taylor Prill puts her degree to work through restoration project

    Photo of Taylor Prill, '20, who is restoring a retired, three-acre hayfield near her hometown of Clintonville, Wisconsin, into native prairie. “I am very passionate about the restoration of native environments and am thrilled to be involved in a project like this,” she says.

    UW-La Crosse alum Taylor Prill has returned to her hometown to make her geography degree flourish. Prill is working with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to restore a retired, […]