The story of Judy Faulkner, the founder and CEO of Epic Systems, showcases the exact reason a world-class university matters so much to Wisconsin.
Low-income students describe the struggle to meet UW costs and how this struggle discourages and hinders them from participating in the college community.
Following the 8% funding cut to the UW System, a study shows that Wisconsin suffered the second highest decrease in higher education in the country.
UW-Madison’s College of Letters and Sciences relies on private funding to continue its legacy of excellence — especially in attracting outstanding students and dedicated professors and researchers.
Scientists explain the importance of fetal material from federally regulated tissue banks.
The short answer is $15 billion, but there’s much more to the story. The UW affects the Wisconsin economy through direct employment, fostering start-ups, research spending, supporting outstanding hospitals and producing graduates.