In achievement and prestige, the University of Wisconsin–Madison has long been recognized as one of America’s great universities. A public, land-grant institution, UW–Madison offers a complete spectrum of liberal arts studies, professional programs and student activities. Many of its programs are hailed as world leaders in instruction, research and public service.
The university traces its roots to a clause in the Wisconsin Constitution, which decreed that the state should have a prominent public university. In 1848, Nelson Dewey, Wisconsin’s first governor, signed the act that formally created the university, and its first class, with 17 students, met in a Madison school building on February 5, 1849.
Current Team (9)Update
Past Team (13)Update
Professor of Computer Sciences
Professor in Electric Engineering
2008 - Jan, 2011
Oct, 2009 - Jul, 2010
2004 - Jan, 2008
2010 - Jan, 2011
Board Members and Advisors (2)Update