Yoshihiro Kawaoka is a virologist in the Department of Pathobiological Sciences in the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine, and one of the world’s leading authorities on influenza and Ebola viruses.
Dr. Nhi Lê is an accelerator catalyst at Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation.
Outdoor UW, Wisconsin Union Directorate Music Committee and Hoofer Outing Club are turning the stage around to face concert-goers floating on Lake Mendota for the first-ever Lakefront Live on July 14.
UW Health’s chief quality officer Dr. Jeff Pothof joins Live at Four to talk about the latest COVID-19 headlines.
Howard Schweber, a professor at UW-Madison and a constitutional law expert, joins Live at Four to talk about what could come next for the U.S. Supreme Court following significant rulings on gun rights and abortion.
“Firework fuses tend to be pretty short and they burn pretty quickly but this doesn’t seem to stop some people from lighting one while still holding onto it and unfortunately just about any firework that detonates in the hand is going to pack enough energy to cause some damage” said UW Health Pediatric Emergency Medicine Specialist Dr. Greg Rebella.
“In the general population, for commercial use, I would question the need for (IV therapies),” said Adam Kuchnia, an assistant professor of nutritional sciences at UW-Madison. “If you’re getting mega-doses, potentially on a regular basis, there could be harmful toxicity effects.”
It’s an issue about which UW-Madison Assistant Professor of Population Health Sciences and Obstetrics and Gynecology Tiffany Green is passionate. “We know that it’s going to disproportionately affect the people already affected,” Green said. “Black pregnant people, and likely indigenous pregnant people.”
“We’ll help them navigate those in the same manner we have throughout the whole period before this decision was released; obviously, some choices are more complicated than they were in the past,” said executive director Jake Baggott.
Goodson Vue is associate director of the University of Wisconsin PEOPLE program, which has enrolled more than 1,000 students on scholarships to UW-Madison. Vue, who is Hmong, coordinates the College Scholar program, supporting students through their time at the university.
The honors keep piling up for Badger stars Johnny Davis and Dana Rettke. The pair were named the 2021-22 Wisconsin Athletes of the Year, UW Athletics announced Monday. This is Davis’ first time earning the honor and Rettke’s second.
All three majored in engineering at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where their mother and older sister had also studied. Ryley Karl, 36, chose aerospace engineering. Keegan Karl, 34, opted for mechanical engineering. River Karl, 32, became an electrical engineer.
If you’re looking to spend more time outside this summer, but don’t have a closet full of gear, you’re in luck. Outdoor UW has begun its 2022 season for paddling rentals and summer group experiences.
Crystal Potts is the Director of State Relations for the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Lisa Imhoff is associate dean for diversity and inclusion at the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy.
Dr. Soyeon Shim assumed her current position as the Dean of the School of Human Ecology (SoHE) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2012.
“There is so much uncertainty and complexity about what the law regarding abortion is, I don’t see how there can be any enforcement without some kind of clarification by the courts,” said UW-Madison law school professor David Schwartz.
Some hospitals also perform abortions if the fetus has a lethal condition or the mother’s life is at risk. In a statement Friday, UW Health said, “While reverting to a 173-year-old state law on abortion will create some legal uncertainties, we recognize that this court decision has effectively banned abortions in Wisconsin except to save the life of the mother, and UW Health will continue to comply with the laws related to reproductive health care.”
When junior midfielder Tim Bielic heard that Neil Jones would be the next University of Wisconsin men’s soccer coach he was nervous, but excited. Nervous because he had already played three years at UW and didn’t know how the transition would go. Excited because he was already familiar with Jones and knew he had a winning resume.
The fire was contained to one large structure that housed farming equipment and hay, and no people or animals were injured, said UW-Madison police spokesperson Marc Lovicott.
UW-Madison’s 2015 campus Master Plan called for both buildings to eventually be demolished — so when the announcement came last fall that the buildings would come down, it was “not a surprise,” Wilson said.
Miriam Seifter, an associate professor of law at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, joins Live at Four to talk about what the Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade case means for Wisconsin.
Deforest Fire Department responded Sunday afternoon to reports of a barn on fire at the Arlington Research Station and multiple other local fire departments followed quickly to assist, UW Police said.
f such a vile incident does not meet the bar for an alert, the criteria needs to be rethought.
Richard Goodkin wrote the first draft of what would become his new novel, “Mourning Light,” over the course of a few months back in 1993. For the University of Wisconsin–Madison French professor, working on the novel was a way of processing some difficult personal emotions surrounding the loss of his partner two years earlier — and so he wrote a fictionalized story about a UW–Madison professor who loses his partner during the early years of the AIDS epidemic.
Fifteen years to the date that a 22-year-old UW-Whitewater student disappeared from Madison’s State Street and was later found dead in a wooded property of Dane County, her family announced a new reward for any information leading to the conviction of her killer.
University of Wisconsin Volleyball Coach Kelly Sheffield has been vocal on social media, advocating for better broadcast coverage of college volleyball during the postseason. “We didn’t have a single match on TV from the end of our regular season through the first two rounds of the tournament,” Sheffield said. “Thirty-some matches we were completely in the dark.”
“They have a group of people, they’re probably going to attack me,” Wang recalled.
“When a parent drops their child off at another family’s home for a play date or birthday party, we want to encourage parents to ask about safe firearm storage,” said Dr. Adam Brinkman, medical director, pediatric trauma, UW Health Kids.
“These activities benefit both parents and kids and can be a potentially effective therapy for kids coping with emotional, mental, physical and behavioral conditions,” Dr. Mala Mathur, a pediatrician and mental health expert with UW Health Kids, said.
Student leaders at UW-Madison held an emergency student council meeting Monday night to call out university officials on their response to the attack of an Asian doctoral student on June 14.
The money from the USDA will be divided between four initiatives within the DBI, with $20 million being allocated toward Wisconsin’s Dairy Business Innovation Alliance led by Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association and the Center for Dairy Research at UW-Madison.
Stanke is a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she is earning her Bachelor of Science degree in nuclear engineering. She is the first woman in the history of the Miss Wisconsin Organization to have held both the titles of Miss Wisconsin’s Outstanding Teen (2017) and Miss Wisconsin.
Success runs in the Hacker family. Wisconsin seventh-year senior Olin Hacker won the 5,000 meter race at the 2022 NCAA National Championship meet. 37 years prior, his father, Tim, won an NCAA championship with Wisconsin in cross country.
Four people who police said attacked a UW-Madison Ph.D. student who was walking in downtown Madison Tuesday night were arrested Saturday. One of the suspects is 15 years old.Madison police said the fifth-year doctoral student was walking in the 400 block of West Gilman Street at around 10:15 p.m. Tuesday when he was allegedly punched by a group of men. The men then kicked and punched him after he fell to the ground.
Outraged and feeling unsafe, UW international students led a group of hundreds down State Street in a protest demanding more action be taken to protect Asian students on campus.
A new UW Health clinic will soon be built on Madison’s west side, replacing the UW Health West Towne Clinic, officials announced Friday.
The string of attacks was noted by the police department in a statement that detailed the third one.
Organizers behind the Rally Against Asian Hate in Madison wrote on Facebook that on June 14, a male PhD student was “randomly attacked by five young male strangers.”
A UW-Madison junior studying nuclear engineering won over $12,000 in scholarships after being crowned Miss Wisconsin Saturday evening.
International Student Services condemned the violent behavior in an email statement to The Badger Herald and affirmed that international students are a key part of the university’s diversity and deserve to feel safe in the campus community.
A string of recent assaults near campus, including an attack on an international doctoral student Tuesday night, prompted members of the campus community to band together to spread the message to #StopAsianHate.
A study from the UW Carbone Cancer Center has found that Black patients with pancreatic cancer have lower survival rates than white patients because they are far less likely to receive life-extending treatments in Wisconsin.
Two people were arrested and a police officer suffered a minor injury following a traffic stop during which the vehicle’s occupants tried to fight officers, the UW-Madison Police Department said Thursday.
Around 1:30 a.m. Thursday, the department said an officer attempted to stop a vehicle at the intersection of East Gorham St. and Pinckney St.
The University of Wisconsin Madison says that it is “deeply concerned” after receiving reports of violence and aggression against students from Asian, Pacific Islander and Desi American communities.
An Asian man was assaulted on one of Madison’s busiest streets – off University Avenue near the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus – on Tuesday.
In the wake of the July 2021 incident, university officials are pledging to improve protection measures for the ancient monuments.
The UW System Regents have a new president and vice president.
“It takes close contact and that could either be skin-to-skin or sharing respiratory secretions,” said Dr. Dan Shirley, Medical Director of Infection Prevention, UW-Health.
Revenue college sports are a cutthroat world.
As Blank leaves behind a decade-worth of attempts to shift UW’s financial model, it is up to new leadership to piece together university’s budget.
Resident undergraduate tuition hasn’t changed since fiscal year 2013-14.
The vet school sees 30,000 patients each year, but that’s far from all the veterinary medical hospital does for the community and beyond.
As students, peers and humans there is no mental health issue that someone else does not share. Conquering the stigma and supporting those who are open about their struggles is absolutely imperative to the direction of this conversation.
Studying abroad is a critical component of the Wisconsin Experience, said Daniel Gold, the director of International Academic Programs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is facing controversy from students around the lack of menstrual products in campus restrooms. Each women’s restroom has a dispenser where students can get period products such as pads and tampons, but according to a tweet from April 21, not all of them have been restocked on campus.
As many students celebrate the start of summer with relaxation, the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus is still filled with researchers working to make new discoveries and advances on today’s leading questions.
In a paper published on May 20 in Science Advances, the Center for Healthy Minds team, led by Richard J. Davidson, found that short term mindfulness training has no effect on brain structure and gray matter density. This discovery contradicts several views regarding MBSR as a therapeutic treatment.
Republican politicians may find it “impossible” to allocate the University of Wisconsin System more taxpayer funds after Jennifer Mnookin’s selection as its flagship university’s chancellor.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is attempting to fully accommodate vegan and vegetarian diets across campus dining halls, though some students say options are limited.
Wisconsin’s only fetal diagnosis and treatment center has been launched by UW Health and UnityPoint Health-Meriter.