On Wisconsin is published four times a year by the Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association (WFAA) and the offices of University Communications and University Marketing. One of the largest-circulation alumni magazines in the country, On Wisconsin mails each issue to some 368,000 University of Wisconsin–Madison alumni and friends.
Through this unique partnership, WFAA provides funding for the magazine, and editors, writers, graphic designers, photographers, and production assistants at WFAA, University Communications, and University Marketing produce the editorial content.
A new memoir provides a loving and candid look at the author's relationship with — and sudden loss of — her father, New York Times journalist David Carr.Via On Wisconsin Magazine
As society embraces maximum convenience, UW alumni are transforming the business of on-demand dining.Via On Wisconsin Magazine
The Tony–winning Broadway star forged his artistic identity at UW–Madison.Via On Wisconsin Magazine
It’s been more than 10 years since the UW initiated its pioneering hip-hop scholarship program. How did it influence its first students, and where are they today?Via On Wisconsin Magazine
From YouTube star to professional BMX rider, Badger alums have proven the versalitity of a UW diploma.Via On Wisconsin Magazine
The UW’s MIA Project journeyed to France to find the remains of missing World War II pilot Walter “Buster” Stone and return them to grateful family members.Via On Wisconsin Magazine
The pioneering conservationist and UW alumnus climbed the mountain in 1888. Today, following his path is no easy task.Via On Wisconsin Magazine
The greatest player in UW soccer history faced major challenges en route to helping the U.S. win the World Cup.Via On Wisconsin Magazine
David Margolis MD’89 is both an eminent pediatric oncologist and a zealous fan of the Milwaukee Bucks. With a little spray paint, he now combines his two passions.Via On Wisconsin Magazine
When popular graduate student Jenny Morrill MA1905 left campus for the summer, librarians found evidence of “a most awful crime” that she blamed on her morphine addiction.Via On Wisconsin Magazine