Partnership Impact on Campus

Progress for Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease

Nate Chin works at a computer in his home office, with keepsakes from his father nearby.

More than six million Americans currently have Alzheimer’s disease, and it’s likely that number will double by 2050.

Advancing Pharmaceutical Development at the UW

Mark Sacchetti, scientific director of the Zeeh Pharmaceutical Experiment Station, and Ed Elder, director of the Zeeh Pharmaceutical Experiment Station and administrative director of the Lachman Institute for Pharmaceutical Development.

Applying collaborative expertise from across the UW campus community, the School of Pharmacy has launched a new center — the Lachman Institute for Pharmaceutical Development — to advance innovative drug treatments.

Raimey-Noland Impact: Cultivating Diversity at the School of Music

Tower standing tall on a sunny day

Badger alumna and philanthropist Kathleen Harker ’66 has always been passionate about the arts, and after attending her first opera at the UW Memorial Union, her love of music presented in an entirely new way.

Why Now Is a Good Time to Make a Planned Gift with Appreciated Stock

This month’s article explains how you can take advantage of a tax-savvy charitable giving opportunity while rebalancing your portfolio.

A Solution for Unpaid Internships

Internships can provide exceptional educational experiences and invaluable career development. Taking what they glean from those opportunities, students can then apply new insights to their major.

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