UW–Madison serves as a key economic engine for Wisconsin, generating $15 billion in statewide impact annually. Photo by Sevie Kenyon.
The School of Education was the highest-rated public school of education and ranked third overall. Business, engineering, nursing, law and other graduate programs also ranked highly.
As part of UW–Madison’s periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency, a review team will be on campus March 25-26. Some sessions will be open to the university community.
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— 1894 Wisconsin Magna Carta
Top10 in national research spending every year since 1972
Top10 in producing Fortune 500 CEOs
The Wisconsin Idea is our pledge to the state, the nation, and the world that our endeavors will benefit all citizens.
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
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