The Wisconsin Idea echoed through the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Dejope Hall on Oct. 12, when about 70 students from three Chinese universities gathered for the culmination of the UW Advance program. UW–Madison’s notion that education should touch people’s …
Peace Corps Director Jody Olsen will travel to UW–Madison Nov. 28–30 to celebrate UW–Madison ranking as #1 on Peace Corps’ Top Volunteer Producing Colleges and Universities list for the second year in a row.
Sookyung Cho, who graduated from the Second Language Acquisition (SLA) PhD program at University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2008, has returned to Madison for a research-focused sabbatical year.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison has been ranked as #2 for semester-long study abroad participation among all U.S. institutions, and #16 among all U.S. universities and colleges for total students studying abroad, according to the Open …
Officials of Henan Province, China, held an event Oct. 25-28 at the International Convention and Exhibition Center of Zhengzhou, China, to support talent recruitment and project matchmaking in Chinese.
“Intervention: Indigo,” a performance that includes the work of UW-Madison’s Chris Walker, is being transformed into a multi-media exhibit this month at the Museo Textil de Oaxaca in Oaxaca, Mexico.
The world’s largest financial newspaper, The Nihon Keizai Shimbun, published an op-ed by La Follette School Professor Menzie Chinn about the causes and possible global impact of the US dollar’s growing strength.
UW-Madison’s Michael Apple recently delivered two presentations in Europe.
For two UW–Madison students, Italy is more than just a place with great gelato (although they say that certainly is a large part of it.) Instead, they view the country as a place brimming with …
A traditional Danish concept is giving Americans the warm fuzzies. But a Scandinavian Studies professor warns we might be missing the true essence of hygge.