Mike Falbo, a former Regent president, will serve as interim president from March 18 until Rothman takes office June 1.
UW-Madison experts fielded questions about in-person campus instruction amid rising COVID-19 cases. "We're moving ahead with spring semester as planned."
Asian American studies profs spoke about the racist origins of “slant eyes” after UW banned a fan for using the gesture to mock Northwestern students at a basketball game.
The fan used his middle fingers to pull his eyes back, taunting Asian American fans in the Northwestern student section with a slant eye gesture.
The new cases bring the Madison Metropolitan School District above 3,000 COVID cases among students and staff since Aug. 18.
Volunteer positions available amid the Omicron surge of COVID-19 include classroom, clerical, food service, custodial and supervision support.
This year, Madison College instructor Tom Wozniak will help lead the USA team at the WorldSkills competition in Shanghai.
Madison Metropolitan School District Superintendent Carlton Jenkins reflected on 2021 and explained what the district needs to best serve students as the pandemic continues.
After a one-week delay, Madison Metropolitan School District students and staff returned to buildings this week with more staff and student absences than normal.
While the district's COVID case tracker will still be updated Tuesday nights or Wednesday mornings, it will now track cases from the previous Monday-Sunday.
The court will consider a 2020 lawsuit against the Madison Metropolitan School District over its gender identity guidelines.
The Board of Regents considers Jay Rothman, CEO of a Milwaukee law firm, and James Schmidt, UW-Eau Claire chancellor, to replace Tommy Thompson.
Amid a surge of COVID positives, nursing staff don't have time to contact trace cases, the district said. It also adopted shorter quarantine and isolation timelines.
For adolescents with autism, balance-training games can influence the structure of their brains, reduce severity of autism symptoms and improve motor skills.
The university will be the first campus to use Liberty Defense’s HEXWAVE, a new radar imaging scanner with artificial intelligence technology.
Among some of UW-Madison staff’s top recommendations is a diverse candidate who can lead effectively in a pandemic.
The COVID cases from Jan. 3-9 make up nearly one-third of the district's 2,184 cases this school year. The district has more than 25,000 students and 4,000 staff members.
As Madison students returned to in-person instruction from the extended winter break and two days of virtual learning amid the Omicron variant, attendance was below last school year's average.