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Chapter Leaders

Find the latest news and resources for chapter leaders.

Badgering: Shiloah Coley ’20

Shiloah Coley ‘20 is changing the world one brushstroke at a time.

Meet 2016 Forward under 40 Award recipient Tom Rausch ’04

Rausch’s journey took him from Stoughton, Wisconsin, to Madison, where the university introduced him to the world’s complexities.

The Whole World Is Figuring This Out

The new Multicultural Student Center director is navigating a big new job at a challenging time.

For News Media

The Wisconsin Alumni Association® (WAA) is your connection to UW–Madison. Since 1861, we’ve been enriching the lives of UW alumni and keeping you connected to your alma mater and to fellow Badgers. In 2014, WAA merged with the UW Foundation to form the Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association (WFAA), a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing […]

The Sochi Games: Sport, Politics, and Putin’s Russia

David McDonald, professor of history, UW–Madison discusses the Winter Olympics.

COVID-19 Impact Updates

The health and safety of the Badger community is our top priority. The Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association (WFAA), alongside campus leadership, has been monitoring rapidly changing conditions and guidance in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Along the way, we’ve been making changes to our operations that we believe are in the best interest of […]

Live and Learn

From global issues (South American water wars) to neural engineering (cochlear implants), UW researchers are pushing back the boundaries of knowledge. Share in their discoveries in Alumni Learning events.

Surviving on a Student Budget

There’s no one so vocally poor as college students. Alumni share their strategies for surviving on a student budget.

21st-Century Foxes

UW–Madison’s Urban Canid Project follows the thoroughly modern foxes — and coyotes — that make campus their home. It was the curious case of the fox that didn’t run in the night. In the spring of 2016, David Drake and his graduate assistant, Marcus Mueller MS’17, had a wildlife camera stationed on the Lakeshore Path […]