The summer CALS QuickStart program provides incoming freshmen with a how-to guide for college before the fall semester begins. Through an online course and an on-campus “boot camp,” first-year students earn two credits, meet professors and advisers, plan for their major, and explore future careers. More than 60 percent of students in the first QuickStart… Read more »
Website Search Results
When the COVID-19 crisis hit, faculty and staff quickly transitioned our 400 classes to virtual modes of delivery.
Most economists don’t debate the purpose of money. But Ray B. Zemon Chair in Liquid Assets Professor Randall Wright of the Wisconsin School of Business isn’t like most economists.
Fit Families is a physical activity program that brings together children with disabilities, their parents, college students, and in-service professionals in the fields of adapted physical education, special education, and more.
Badgers open doors. The Raimey-Noland Campaign is another step in UW–Madison’s efforts to promote a sense of belonging among all members of the campus community. Within every program on campus, we hope to see a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment. This campaign draws attention to and seeks support for work that creates a community of… Read more »