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After nearly a decade as the gatekeeper for the Records Management Program at UW–Madison, Certified Records Manager Peg Eusch is ready to go off the …
Anne P. Massey, an experienced and highly regarded professor and administrator at Indiana University Bloomington, has been selected as the next dean of the Wisconsin School of Business.
UW-Madison has launched the Diversity Inventory Program (DIP), a searchable online database of programs, services and other activities related to diversity on campus.
A five-day tour that has become a staple of the Wisconsin Idea will introduce dozens of UW–Madison faculty and academic staff to the geography, culture and history of Wisconsin.
Approaching a year under its belt, UW–Madison’s new Office of Compliance is now focused on building a campuswide network of compliance partners, director Cathy Trueba says.
Over her 17 years as the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s trademark licensing director, Cindy Van Matre has protected the UW trademark and helped expand it into …
A University of Wisconsin Law School professor will use an innovative research chair to complete a project that examines the civil justice experiences of unrepresented parents in child support cases.
After 26 years at UW–Madison, Maury Cotter will retire in January from her position as director of UW–Madison’s Office of Quality Improvement.
With the legal outcome of new federal regulations governing overtime eligibility currently in question, the University of Wisconsin–Madison will pause its implementation of changes that were scheduled to take effect Dec. 1.
A search committee of faculty, staff, students and community members has selected four finalists for the position of University of Wisconsin–Madison chief of police.
UW-Madison Professor and Center for Humanities Director Sara Guyer starts this semester as the President of the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes, founded in 1988 to link humanities organizations and scholars.
The 2016 annual UW–Madison Diversity Forum will be Tuesday, Nov. 1 in Union South’s Varsity Hall.
For the first time in its 52-year history, the International Primatological Society has elected a University of Wisconsin–Madison scientist as its president: Karen Strier, Vilas Research Professor and Irven DeVore Professor of Anthropology.
A problem doesn’t have to be big before a person reaches out to the Employee Assistance Office. In fact, it’s better if it isn’t.