The School will operate within UW–Madison’s largest and most diverse college, the College of Letters & Science, combining existing departments: Computer Sciences, Statistics, and the Information School. CDIS education and research will improve the lives of citizens of the state of Wisconsin, the region, and the world.
UW–Madison is a research powerhouse, reporting more than $1.2 billion in annual research expenditures, placing it among the top 10 in the nation among universities for volume of research. UW–Madison graduates more than 800 PhD students annually.
At UW–Madison you’ll find unparalleled support in the form of start-up packages, research facilities, and opportunities to collaborate with some of the brightest graduate student minds around.
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.
UW–Madison supports its most creative thinkers through a network of campus partners who provide advice, guidance, and resources for aspiring entrepreneurs and problem solvers at any stage of the innovation process.