Say what you will about the year 2020, it was filled with examples of resilience. University Communications photographers compiled a visual record of the year as it unfolded on campus.
Celebrate with winter 2020 graduates during virtual commencement ceremony
UW–Madison will confer nearly 3,000 degrees this Sunday at its winter 2020 commencement ceremony, to be held virtually beginning at 11 a.m. and recorded for later viewing on the commencement website.
Virtual Finals Frenzy
The Wisconsin Union’s Finals Frenzy is still on! Check Wisconsin Union’s social media accounts frequently. Also, if you stop by Memorial Union or Union South, you just never know what fun, free surprises might await you at your dining or study area.
Fight Stress with Healthy Habits
Shorter days and colder temps can bring extra stress and anxiety. You are not alone. Campus resources are available to help you finish out the semester strong, including these 8 healthy habits from UW Student Affairs.
Libraries adjust for break and finals
As UW prepares to move to remote instruction, the Libraries are making some changes in access to facilities and services. While the entire campus makes this shift, the need for onsite services such as study space, research access, and library support will remain a priority.
Student survey results being used to improve fall, spring semesters
The two student surveys sought to help university administrators better understand what has worked well and what has been challenging during a year upended by a global pandemic.
Native November: In new First-Year Interest Group, students connect with the land through Indigenous lens
Instructor Dan Cornelius is “trying to help students connect to place, so that no matter where they are, they’ll think more deeply about the land and its history.”
Students Offer Tips for Online Classes
In this Students on the Street video, Joel Rondón turns to the students to find the best ways to excel in the world of remote classes: The key word to remember? “Schedule.” Take a look.
2020-2021 OUTSTANDING WOMEN OF COLOR HONOREES ANNOUNCED
The thirteenth cohort of Outstanding Women of Color awardees was recently announced. The honorees will be honored at a reception on Wednesday, March 3 from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Learn more about this year’s winners.
100-Hour Challenge Starts November 12
The 100-Hour Challenge is going virtual this year. Using materials they can easily find in their dorm room, apartment, or home undergraduate students pitch a new product idea. The 2020 contest launches November 12.