NEWS & FEATURES
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: "Wisconsin college students faced mounting mental health challenges during COVID. Now they're ready to talk about it."
November 22nd, 2023
NAMI-UW was featured in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Kids in Crisis series showcasing the rise in mental health awareness on UW-Madison's campus.
Terrace Views: "After the Org Fair: What to Do Now that You've Found an RSO"
September 28th, 2023
The Wisconsin Union's blog, Terrace Views featured NAMI-UW in their story about the University of Wisconsin-Madion's Student Organization Fair.
The Badger Herald: "The Badger Herald Editorial Board: Mental health resources"
April 3, 2023
The Badger Herald Editorial Board has compiled a list of mental health resources for the UW community.
The Badger Herald: "UW screens film to illustrate depression, promote mental health awareness"
May 2, 2016
University of Wisconsin mental health advocates gathered to watch and discuss Elizabeth Swados’ documentary on her experience with depression, contributing to a greater dialogue on mental health awareness on campus.
NBC15: "UW student organization highlights mental health resources after losing peer"
March 29, 2023
After the loss of a student, the National Alliance on Mental Illness at UW-Madison (NAMI-UW) is shining a light on the growing need for mental health resources on campus.
Madison Commons: "'If you're struggling, tell someone:' UW-Madison community embraces positive message following student death"
April 18, 2023
Students and faculty on the UW-Madison campus are hoping to spread a positive message to those struggling with their mental health following the death of a student outside of Smith Hall in March.
MHTTC: "Mental Health Awareness Month: Bandana Project at NAMI-UW Builds Awareness and Fights Stigma"
May 8, 2019
The Great Lakes MHTTC interviews NAMI-UW for their 2019 Mental Health Awareness Month feature article to discuss the student organizations impact on UW-Madison's campus.
UW News: "Senior class officers announce 2020 class gift dedicated to Green Bandana Project"
March 3, 2020
In an effort to provide education on mental illness and spread awareness of mental health resources on campus, the UW–Madison senior class officers have announced a new fund to support the Green Bandana Project.