Throughout the spring and summer, WFAA is hosting UW Now events across the country. Here are all of the faculty members who are speaking at the events.
Thank you for encouraging your alumni to participate in the campaign and helping the university achieve its ambitious goals. Learn how many individual donors have given and how close we are to our goal of $3.2 billion.
On Friday, October 20, Bascom Hill turned pink for Fill the Hill. Thank you to everyone who came out to witness the fun!
More than 21,000 participants gave to UW–Madison during the 2016 Annual Campaign, helping to support the university’s most pressing needs. The generosity of these donors helps to ensure that current and future Badgers have the opportunity to live their own Wisconsin Experience.
On September 16, 2016, the All Ways Forward campaign had reached $1.725 billion of its $3.2 billion goal. The Chancellor’s Scholarship Program (CSP) match had raised $2.54 million of its $10 million goal as of July 18, 2016. And only $3.3 million of the $50 million Nicholas Match remains.
Thanks to the collective hard work of our WFAA and campus-partner advancement staffs, we have officially hit the 50-percent mark of the All Ways Forward campaign! As of May 31, 2016, the campaign total reached $1.595 billion of its $3.2 billion goal. Well done!
With the public launch this past October of the university’s most ambitious comprehensive campaign to date, All Ways Forward is well on its way to achieving its overall goal of $3 billion.
Thanks to the great leads provided by our campus partners, we are proud to share that nearly 50 new stories have been posted to the All Ways Forward website.
Building on the success of 2015’s inaugural spring annual-giving efforts, this year we aim to increase alumni participation, increase the dollars raised, and satisfy the demand for more annual-giving campaigns that are specific to schools, colleges, and departments. It’s an ambitious endeavor, but it’s also one that has great potential to succeed by taking advantage […]
On Thursday, April 14, hundreds of alumni dropped anchor (so to speak) at Chicago’s Navy Pier to celebrate the largest comprehensive campaign in university history.