‘Poor colleges need to get richer’ argues UW–Madison’s Hillman in USA Today op-ed

January 7, 2021

UW–Madison’s Nick Hillman authored an opinion piece for USA Today that is titled, “Poor colleges need to get richer to put low-income students on a path to success.” Hillman is an associate professor with the School of Education’s Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, and the director of the Student Success through Applied Research (SSTAR) lab.

Capital Times spotlights UW–Madison’s Luis Columna and Fit Families program

January 6, 2021

The Capital Times spotlighted the work of UW–Madison’s Luis Columna and his Fit Families program for its "Research inspired by COVID-19" series. The article is headlined, "Luis Columna brings exercise to children with autism virtually." Columna is an associate professor with the School of Education’s Department of Kinesiology.

Fall Interdisciplinary Artist Byrd-McPhee featured in Q&A with Capital Times

December 29, 2020

Michele Byrd-McPhee, the fall 2020 interdisciplinary artist with UW–Madison’s Division of the Arts, was featured in a Q&A for the Capital Times where she spoke about adjusting to teaching via Zoom, the challenges women face in hip-hop, and the role of music and dancing in protests.

Marketplace.org utilizes expertise of UW–Madison’s Hillman

December 18, 2020

A new Marketplace.org report — headlined "Would canceling $10,000 in student debt really help that much?” — utilizes the expertise of UW–Madison’s Nick Hillman. Hillman is an associate professor with the School of Education’s Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis.

Report by UW–Madison’s Hillman argues for more equitable funding in higher education

December 11, 2020

Inside Higher Ed reported on a new Third Way report authored by UW–Madison’s Nick Hillman in an article headlined, "Report: Rich Colleges Keep Getting Richer." Hillman is an associate professor with the School of Education’s Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, and the director of the Student Success through Applied Research (SSTAR) lab.