Here's sincerely hoping that you and all the people in your life are well and safe during this challenging time.
As we all do what we must do in remote settings for the common good, the strange silence that’s settled over the campus and the city explains why we so often speak of community. Without your vibrant presence and the hum of teaching, learning, research and growth, the bricks and mortar make little sense. When this is behind us, we’ll better appreciate the gift of community, colleagues and proximity.
UW-Madison administration is working tirelessly to keep our academic enterprise going while protecting the health and well-being of the campus community with the
The suspension of face-to-face
and required social distancing for the entire nation is an unprecedented challenge for us all. It's more important than ever to
of ourselves and one another as we
the magnitude of changes around us.
I have every confidence that the spirit of the Badger Nation will prevail in defining our collective character. We support our Asian and Asian-American community members and will not tolerate anyone being targeted with racist and xenophobic behaviors and/or bias.