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May 24, 2022

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Campus Forum to Provide COVID-19 Update on Thursday

An online forum for the campus community will be held on Thursday, Feb. 24, from noon–1 p.m. Campus experts will provide updates on where we are and where we are going with regard to COVID-19. The forum will be streamed live on YouTube at go.wisc.edu/spring22. Questions for the panelists may be submitted in advance at go.wisc.edu/s22questions. The presentation will be captioned and interpreted. A recording of the event will be posted on covidresponse.wisc.edu.
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WIAA State Tournaments Will Impact Parking and Commuting

UW–Madison will host WIAA Individual Wrestling (Feb. 24-26) and Boys’ Basketball (March 17-19), bringing more than 125,000 visitors to campus. Expect heavy traffic on and around campus on tournament days. Permit holders in Lots 46, 78, 87, 91, and 94 will need to relocate from their assigned lots on the tournament dates. Permit holders who are affected will receive information about where they can park during the tournaments. For parking details and tips for commuters, visit transportation.wisc.edu.
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Academic Calendar Includes Religious Observances

The Office of the Secretary of the Faculty offers a Religious Observances Academic Calendar that includes dates of religious observances representing various faiths, along with election dates. The calendar is designed to support UW–Madison’s Religious Observances Policy for students and instructors. It is not a comprehensive list of all significant religious observances, but may also be useful to anyone on campus when planning events, celebrations, and more. The calendar is available online and is also provided as a shared calendar in Outlook named “SoF Academic Calendar & Religious Observances.” Religious observances for future semesters will continue to appear on the Outlook calendar until those dates are finalized about three weeks prior to the start of the semester. The calendar, as well as instructions on adding the calendar to an Outlook account, can be found at secfac.wisc.edu/academic-calendar.
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