Working at UW : University of Wisconsin–Madison
Bumble bees gather pollen on echinacea flowers outside of Agricultural Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on July 24, 2017.

Employee News

March 4, 2021

Icon for General University Information

UW–Madison Response to Reports of ICE Activity on Campus

Late last week, postings on social media began referencing reports of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) activity on the UW–Madison campus. The university believes these reports were likely sparked by routine activity of another government agency. Earlier in the week, the university provided a copy of an employee’s I-9 form to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, with the employee’s consent, in response to a lawful authorization. Citizenship and Immigration Services is a distinct branch of the Department of Homeland Security. Such requests are not unusual and do not imply any unlawful behavior. The individual remains employed at UW–Madison. In general, UW–Madison does not provide information on the immigration status of its students, faculty, or staff unless required to do so by law. UW–Madison has posted this clarifying information online in English, Spanish, Hmong, Tibetan, Chinese, and Nepali. Read the full statement at go.wisc.edu/a4z523.
Icon for Construction News

Construction to Close Charter Street Northbound

Due to construction, Charter Street northbound between University Avenue and Observatory Drive will be closed to traffic starting next Tuesday, July 23. The start date is tentative and subject to change based on weather or other factors. This project is expected to last two weeks. Updates on construction detours, road closures, and campus bus routes can be found on the Transportation Services website at transportation.wisc.edu.
Icon for Profesional Development Information

New Course for Managers Supports Employee Career Development

Managers can support career development by coaching employees and working with them to define and achieve career goals. To support managers in this role, Learning and Talent Development at UW–Madison is launching a new workshop, Overview: Managers Supporting Employee Career Development. This free, half-day workshop will review the stages of employee career development and discuss how to initiate career conversations with employees. Participants will leave with workplace tools they can use with their teams. To view the available course times and register, visit go.wisc.edu/j7n9x1.
Listen to News
English (608) 263-7883
Español (608) 263-6712
Hmoob (608) 262-2791
བོད་ཡིག (608) 262-4591
中文 (608) 262-6055
Contact Us

Email working@uc.wisc.edu
Submit News
Submit a Calendar Event
Communications Values

FacebookTwitterYouTubeLinkedInInstagram
University of Wisconsin-Madison Crest
Resources
Quick Links

© 2019 Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System

Google Analytics Tracking Image