The Impact of Gifts
In celebration of the impact that UW–Madison has made over the last 175 years of partnership with communities in Wisconsin, the university has organized an event-filled state tour.
Thanks to passionate Badger and philanthropist Patrick Thiele ’72, MS’75 the Wisconsin School of Business (WSB) has established new, self-sustaining offerings, including the redesigned professional MBA program as well as a master of science in business analytics (MSBA).
An endowed professorship is helping to advance the production of a remarkable media archive, currently comprising than 2.5 million digitized pages of historic film books and magazines.
Recruiting remarkable faculty has long been a top priority for UW–Madison.
Did you know that 56 percent of Americans either do not have an estate plan or have one that needs to be updated to meet their current circumstances?
Thank you, Badger Nation, for showing up big time to this party with a purpose. Day of the Badger was another sweet success thanks to everyone who joined us to celebrate and support the UW.
One of your most precious legal rights is the ability to distribute the assets you have spent a lifetime accumulating to the people and charitable organizations that matter most to you.
Many older people benefit from making gifts directly from their individual retirement accounts (IRAs).