THREE AREAS OF STUDY, A SINGULAR SCHOOL — YOUR CHANCE TO CHANGE THE WORLD
The University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Education is unlike any other in the nation— its strength is in the interconnection of its distinct parts. By combining top-rated programs and collaborative, transdisciplinary research in the arts, education, and health, we encourage our students to expand their perspectives, cultivate open minds, and develop their own sense of connection— with their classmates, their community, and with the world around them.
Through our doors enter students, eager to learn and striving for a sense of belonging. With our guidance, they leave engaged global citizens who belong poised at the forefront of change.
MERGE LEARNING AND LIFE WITH THREE AREAS OF STUDY
Through research, the School of Education forges new paths in arts, education, and health. Bolstered by the Wisconsin Center for Education Research, our research opportunities attract top-quality students, faculty, and scholars from around the globe.
The School of Education is ranked one of the top schools in the nation, with many top-10 programs. Its excellence is made possible by our high-caliber faculty and staff — many of whom are nationally and internationally prominent in their fields.
The UW–Madison School of Education breaks the bounds of traditional schools by housing 10 departments that interweave mind, body, and inspiration. At our heart is a dedication to equity for all members of society and to research that supports them.
- Kaplan named 2018 recipient of Messick Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award from APA’s Division 5
UW-Madison’s David Kaplan will be receiving the 2018 Samuel J. Messick Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award from Division 5 of the American Psychological Association.January 31, 2018
- Under the Law: UW–Madison’s Underwood examines education as an American right
UW-Madison's Julie Underwood authored another "Under the Law" column for Phi Delta Kappan magazine, with her latest report examining education as an American right.December 11, 2017
- UW–Madison’s Hora receives national book honor from AAC&U for ‘Beyond the Skills Gap’
A recent publication from UW-Madison’s Matthew Hora is being honored by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) with its 2018 Frederic W. Ness Book AwardDecember 2, 2017
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