A Passion for Giving Back
The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Department of Radiology has a well-deserved reputation as a strong research department, with excellent training programs for our residents and fellows, but did you know that we are also doing meaningful work far away from the campus? We have faculty and staff members who have taken on leadership roles with everything from local runs and century rides to international aid organizations. Being a part of something outside the lab, classroom, and clinic is a chance for many of us to step up and say, “I believe we can make a difference.”
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The Wisconsin Idea
Service is who we are and what we do. UW–Madison’s longest and proudest tradition remains the Wisconsin Idea, the principle that the university should improve people’s lives beyond the classroom.
First articulated in 1905 by UW President Charles Van Hise, the Wisconsin Idea continues to guide our research, teaching, outreach, and public service. And it knows no bounds. Together, the contributions of our students, faculty, staff, and alumni extend far beyond our campus—blazing new trails for the citizens of Wisconsin, the nation, and the world.