The University of Madison–Wisconsin officially turned 175 on July 26, 2023. The university hosted a variety of events and organized an exciting state tour in celebration.
Since 2006 it has been possible for individuals aged 70½ or older to make outright charitable gifts from a regular IRA that cumulatively do not exceed $100,000 per year.
Donors and dynamic alumnae Paula Bonner MS’78 and her spouse, Ann Schaffer ’72, MS’75, MFA’93, have an enduring and inspiring history with UW–Madison that spans more than 45 years.
To give first-year Badgers a leg up during this turbulent transition, the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) launched the CALS QuickStart program in 2018.
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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.
If you are charitably inclined, own an individual retirement account (IRA), and are aged 70½ or older, you can make contributions directly from your IRA to qualified charitable organizations.