January 27, 2023
UW–Madison's Taylor Odle is the co-author of a paper titled, “The Impact of Reverse Transfer Associate Degrees on Education and Labor Market Outcomes,” which is published as a working paper and has been accepted by the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management.
January 25, 2023
Students need more than "generic soft skills and internships" to be prepared for the workforce, writes UW–Madison's Matthew Hora in an opinion piece for Inside Higher Ed. Instead, he argues, they need work-integrated classroom learning and pathways to build career readiness.
January 9, 2023
UW–Madison's Taylor Odle is the lead author on a new paper that is titled, "The effect of the Uniform Bar Examination on admissions, diversity, affordability, and employment prospects across law schools in the United States."
January 5, 2023
UW–Madison students living in University Housing each year have the ability to recognize outstanding educators via the Honored Instructor program. This fall's list of Honored Instructors includes nine outstanding educators from the School of Education.
January 4, 2023
As we welcome 2023, we wanted to look back and share photos that highlight some of the special moments that took place across our School in 2022. What an amazing year it was!
December 22, 2022
UW–Madison Professor Emeritus Michael Apple has been awarded an honorary doctorate from University College Dublin (UCD) in Ireland.
December 13, 2022
UW–Madison celebrates its Winter 2022 Commencement this Sunday, Dec. 18. We reached out to a few of our graduating students across the arts, health, and education to learn more about their favorite UW–Madison memories and future plans.
December 12, 2022
Mindi Thompson and Matthew Hora, co-directors of the Center for Research on College-Workforce Transitions (CCWT) at UW–Madison, have received an $838,959 grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
December 6, 2022
This is a final project for the students, who will be practicing their newfound academic poster presentation skills discussing their major paper, which is to focus on how one of three forces (inequality, the pandemic, climate change) is impacting their career of choice. The poster fair runs from 8:15 to 9:15 a.m.
November 22, 2022
A new UW–Madison study found students who are highly ranked in their classes are more likely to aspire to careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), but girls benefit less than boys from higher rankings.