Mosquito-spread encephalitis found in Wisconsin horses
Dane County Board passes UniverCity Alliance to collaborate with students
DOE selects Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center for next-phase funding
Grant Awarded to the School of Nursing to Expand Native American Enrollment
Celebrating Independence Across Africa: YALI Fellows Emerencia Nguarambuka, Marcio Brito, and Omari Mahiza reflect on the meaning of Independence
Wisconsin Health News announces twenty-six new Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine students.
Please join the African Studies Program for a special event featuring the former Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of African Affairs (2013-2017) and UW alumna, Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield. Amb. Thomas-Greenfield will speak about …
Departments of Urban and Regional Planning and Landscape Architecture merge to combine campus resources
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank makes the case for continue federal funding for research done at colleges and universities.
Bob Golden, Paul Robbins and Soyeon Shim reappointed to head SMPH, Nelson Institute, SoHE.
UW-Madison ranked first in number of Peace Corps volunteers
UW-Madison will again host Mandela Washington Fellowship’s Young African Leaders in 2017.
Swetha Saseedhar, a Global Health student, helped complete a comprehensive study on poverty in southern Wisconsin.
GHI Advisory Committee member and global health collaborator James Schauer is one of two finalists for Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene.
UniverCity Alliance will be providing coverage of Habitat III, the U.N.’s global summit on housing and sustainable urban development.
UW2020 funds projects to enhance research and infrastructure
Daily Cardinal: Students, faculty kick off year-long partnership with city of Monona with “UniverCity” initiative
Badger Herald: UW partnership will connect classes, community
In an article co-authored by GHI Advisory member Janis P. Tupesis, six GH professionals offer suggestions for incorporating GH education into U.S. residency programs in an ethically sound and sustainable manner.
Valerie Stull, PhD student under Jonathan Patz, featured in NPR piece