Every day, the school impacts the future of medicine in profound ways. But to continue their groundbreaking work, they need to break new ground. A significant expansion of the school’s current footprint to double the size of its small animal teaching hospital and provide necessary research space is critical to ensure the school remains an international leader in animal and human health.Learn More
This is what Badgers do
Perform the first bone marrow transplant. Discover vitamins A and B. Hold onto Paul Bunyan’s Axe for 14 consecutive football seasons. These are the types of things Badgers do. Badgers also give back. Because they know it takes the support of all alumni and friends for the UW to remain a leading educational institution. This commitment to excellence and innovation improves how we live and makes a difference in the world.