Snowfall blankets the iconic Abe Lincoln statue and Bascom Hall. Photo by Ralph Grunewald.
A new study shows the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation may be less stable than thought, posing a risk of abrupt climate change.
Much of the work for which Oliver Smithies shared the Nobel Prize was performed at UW-Madison, where he was a professor from 1960 to 1988.
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— 1894 Wisconsin Magna Carta
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You’re free to explore the UW’s 1,200-plus acres of natural areas, including the Lakeshore Path and the Arboretum.
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First Wave is the country's first university program centered on urban arts, spoken-word poetry, and hip-hop culture.
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The Memorial Union Terrace is home to stunning sunsets over Lake Mendota, iconic sunburst chairs, live music, and outdoor movies.
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17,000 lifelong learners benefit from UW education programs yearly
19 Nobel Prize awards to UW faculty and alumni
50 years dedicated to studying poverty and social inequality
37,000 service hours logged by Badger Volunteers for 2014–15