Minimum stipend amounts for graduate student teaching, research, and project assistants will increase by 10% for the 2023-2024 academic year.
“This increase continues our investment in graduate assistants, who are integral to the university’s teaching and research missions,” said Graduate School Dean William J. Karpus.
Researchers like Claire Griesbach, a PhD candidate in Engineering Mechanics at UW–Madison, are at the forefront of developing more advanced nuclear technologies that can continue to power the country with clean energy.
Marcia (Marcy) J. Carlson, Professor of Sociology at UW–Madison, has been appointed interim associate dean of the Graduate School beginning October 10.
In partnership with the dean, the associate deans of the Graduate School provide institutional leadership for graduate education across campus.
Physics PhD student Margaret Fortman received the 2022 Google Fellowship in Quantum Computing, and computer sciences PhD student Shashank Rajput received the 2022 Google Fellowship in Machine Learning.
Four initiatives have received grants through a new Graduate School program established to nurture relationships between faculty, staff and students at UW–Madison and at Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) across the U.S.
Two dedicated UW–Madison staff members have been awarded the Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Support. The award is a collaboration between the Graduate School and the Office of Undergraduate Advising.
Growing up as a golfer and someone passionate about sustainability, Michael Bekken wanted a career that would allow him to combine the two.
Coming to UW–Madison for graduate school not only allowed him to do that but also expanded his idea of what was possible for him – and has sent him in a new direction for his next journey in life.
Alumna Joy Huntington has always been motivated to understand others. She brought that mindset to her work as a PhD student in Design Studies at the UW–Madison School of Human Ecology, where her dissertation examined Madison’s history and how women shaped the urban landscape.
The National Science Foundation has selected 22 UW–Madison students to receive a Graduate Research Fellowship, a highly sought and competitive award.
Awardees from UW–Madison, including both undergraduate and graduate students, represent a variety of specializations across science, engineering, and technology. Another 23 UW–Madison students were recognized with honorable mentions.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison welcomed four graduate students and one postdoctoral research associate into the university’s chapter of the Edward A. Bouchet Graduate Honor Society on March 29 in a ceremony attended by family, friends, and mentors.