The Impact of Gifts
The Wisconsin School of Business Fund provides flexible, unrestricted resources that can be used immediately, giving the School the ability to respond quickly to market changes and emerging opportunities.
A trifecta of major building efforts is on the horizon for UW–Madison.
A loyal Madisonian, Steve Yamamoto ’65 grew up very proud to be a Wisconsinite
When Anna Apinis, her husband, Janis ‘54, and their two small children, John and Rasma, fled Latvia and immigrated to the United States during World War II, she had no choice but to abandon her pharmaceutical career.
Philanthropy can elevate a university and offer life-changing opportunities for students, faculty, and departments alike.
In June, the UW School of Human Ecology (SoHE) hosted a group of nine students from historically Black college and university partner institutions, offering an introductory immersion experience for graduate-level education called the Equity & Justice Summer Institute.
Soyeon Shim, dean of the School of Human Ecology (SoHE), received one of the highest honors bestowed in academia — an endowed deanship.
The newly established Clif Bar Endowed Chair in Organic Agriculture and Outreach was created for the UW College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.