Wisconsin Alumni: Founders’ Day 2021

The first classes at the University of Wisconsin gathered on February 5, 1849, with just 20 students and one professor. Today, the UW is one of the top public universities in the world — and …

Day of the Badger 2021

It’s Back! April 6–7, 2021 Plan now to join in this total UW experience — one that gives all alumni, students, and friends a chance to make a far-reaching impact in a short time. Day …

Wisconsin Alumni | Cybersecurity & Ransomware

In just the past month, there have been multiple high-profile ransomware attacks affecting U.S. supply chains, from fuel pipelines to meat processing facilities. Who carries out cyberattacks like these — and why? What security risks …

Wisconsin Alumni | Fridays in Alumni Park

Alumni Park at UW-Madison 724 Langdon St., Madison, WI

Kick-off your weekends with Badger Meet-Ups: Fridays in Alumni Park! Join us for family-friendly activities, light refreshments, lawn games, photo opportunities, and more. Activities will be available in Alumni Park and in our indoor visitor …

Wisconsin Alumni | GSCC Ice Cream Social

One Alumni Place 650 N. Lake St., Madison, WI

What’s better than free ice cream? Free ice cream and a supportive community! Join fellow LGBTQ+ alumni and allies as we welcome new students to the Badger family with an ice cream social. Share your …

Wisconsin Alumni | UW Homecoming Block Party

To be held rain or shine, this drop-in, family-friendly event, held outdoors in Alumni Park, includes a silent disco, live music with alumni DJ Saint Saunter (Sarah Akawa MA’19) and DJ Ace (Vanessa McDowell ’03), …

Chazen Museum of Art | Winter Carnival Family Fun in Alumni Park

Alumni Park at UW-Madison 724 Langdon St., Madison, WI

Bundle up in your warmest winter wear and join Badgers of all ages for an afternoon of family-friendly, winter-themed activities during the annual Winter Carnival Family Fun in Alumni Park. Show off your moves at …

WAA | Ho-Chunk Land: Stories of Teejop w/our own Kendra Greendeer!

One Alumni Place 650 N. Lake St., Madison, WI

The Ho-Chunk Nation has lived on Teejop — the land on which UW–Madison currently sits — for thousands of years. The UW is a recent resident here and constitutes only a fraction of Teejop’s long and rich …