- 173 Faculty Chairs funded
- 67 Faculty Distinguished Chair funded
- 312 Faculty Professorships funded
- 762 Undergraduate Scholarships funded
- 267 Graduate Fellowships funded
From the earliest days of the university, we’ve prided ourselves on our uncommon achievements—and our shared devotion to the common good. Every day, we reinvent the notion of possible to serve the needs of people everywhere.
Now we stand at the crossroads of our past and our potential. In order to continue being an inspiration and a force for change, we need to move our university forward. We need to continue to attract the best and the brightest scholars, and to recruit and retain prominent and noteworthy faculty and staff. We need to support groundbreaking research and other landmark initiatives, and maintain our campus as a place of remarkable opportunities for everyone who calls UW-Madison home.
With your help, we can continue to be the institution that has an impact that is felt throughout the state of Wisconsin—and around the world.
Your gift will help us to continue to be the institution that has an impact that is felt throughout the state of Wisconsin — and around the world.
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