Protect Yourself from COVID-19 Contact Tracing Scams

Contact tracing is the process of identifying who has been exposed to people who have tested positive for a disease. Contact tracing is now being…

Employees Advised to Watch for Unemployment Fraud and Phone Scams

UW–Madison has become aware of several attempts to obtain employee information through phone scams, as well as fraudulent claims for unemployment benefits using stolen employee…

Update Your Personal Information in MyUW

This is an important time to make sure that your personal information in MyUW is up to date. This includes your addresses, phone numbers, legal…

Where to Find COVID-19 Updates for Campus

Employees can find information on UW–Madison’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic online at covid19.wisc.edu. The site offers information on campus operations and services, health…

“Safer at Home” Order Takes Effect in Wisconsin

The “Safer at Home” Governor’s Order went into effect today, March 25, 2020, at 8 a.m., to help prevent the further spread of COVID-19 in…

Stay Informed on COVID-19 Developments

As COVID-19 continues to present a public health emergency, UW–Madison is responding to rapid changes in the situation. All UW employees are urged to stay…

Plan for Flooding and Road Closures

Flooding and road closures are affecting bus routes, traffic patterns, and commuting times in the Madison area. Please use caution while driving and do not…

UW Operating Normally During Weather Emergency

UW–Madison expects to operate normally as Dane County deals with the effects of widespread flooding. The weather emergency has had minimal impact on campus. However,…

Petya ransomware alert: What you need to know

The Office of Cybersecurity has been monitoring an active, new, widespread ransomware attack that’s spread to around 65 countries. The ransomware is a variant of…

Tornado drill scheduled for Thursday

This week has been designated Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week in Wisconsin. On Thursday, April 20, a mock tornado drill will be conducted. A…