University of Wisconsin was a pioneer in radio. In 1917, an experiment from the UW-Madison physics department became the country’s first public radio station. In the mid-1900s, a variety of different programs helped the university spread the Wisconsin Idea to rural parts of the state. Now, a new grant is helping UW archivists bring some […]
UW-Madison has received a $220,000 federal grant to kick off a program that aims to get more students speaking fluent Korean. The U.S. Department of Defense funnels money to universities through its Flagship language program to get more students fluent in languages deemed important for economic or security reasons. UW-Madison already offers an intensive Flagship […]
The Memorial Union Council voted Tuesday to remove the names of two men who belonged to a campus group which used the name Ku Klux Klan in the early 1900s from union facilities. The decision comes after a year of discussion by the council and a report from a subcommittee which was convened to research […]
The University of Wisconsin Band’s annual spring concerts are coming up in just a few weeks. Sarah Hopefl and Eli Radtke look at the man behind it all, Dr. Michael Leckrone.
UW Life Sciences Communication professors Dietram Scheufele and Dominique Brossard conducted one of the first national surveys to gauge public opinion surrounding genome editing. Their study dove into the nuances of DNA editing — asking participants their opinions on both editing DNA for just one individual, or making changes that would be passed down through […]
The Mead Witter School of Music has announced new faculty that includes include one new assistant professor, four new adjunct professors and two instructors. These are the new appointments: Alicia Lee, assistant professor of clarinet Born into a musical family, Alicia Lee grew up in Michigan, where she began playing violin and piano at the […]