(Madison, WI) — The University of Wisconsin-Madison is working on its messaging about monkeypox. The Gender and Sexuality Campus Center is preparing to answer questions and ease any concerns students might have when they return for the fall semester. Campus health officials say they want to be especially careful not to stigmatize marginalized students who could be most at risk. Mental health support will likely be offered. The Madison campus is the only one in the state to have its own supply of the monkeypox vaccine.