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Influences on the Midterm Elections
Listen to leading experts who discussed the upcoming midterm elections.
As geopolitical conflicts and environmental threats highlight the ongoing risks of fossil fuel dependence, many nations are accelerating their transition to clean, sustainable energy.
Tim Donohue is working to replace black gold with something much greener.
Gregory Nemet explains how small innovations in clean energy can make a big difference.
The electrical grid faces greater demand than ever, while it also faces more threats from extreme weather. Professor Line Roald will speak about those challenges on The UW Now Livestream.
Professor Michael Wagner drops some facts about the prevalence of misinformation in politics.
When the COVID-19 pandemic threw a wrench in her senior season, volleyball star Grace Loberg ’21, MSx’22 wasn’t quite ready to hang up her Badger s...
Listen to leading experts who will discuss student financial aid and debt forgiveness.
Chancellor Blank expresses her thanks for the kind wishes alumni have sent during her illness.
Professor Cliff Robb says that loan forgiveness doesn’t get to the root cause of higher education’s cost or inequities.
The U.S. is discussing a student loan forgiveness plan. Economics professor Kim Ruhl shares what to know about student debt.
Do you know any amazing Badger alumni who deserve to be honored by their alma mater? Nominate them for an Alumni Award today!