Barry Gerhart, Wisconsin School of Business acting dean, will continue to serve the school in 2018 as interim dean. His top priority will be to continue the strategic planning process launched under his predecessor.
The university pledges to cover four years of tuition and segregated fees for any incoming freshman from Wisconsin whose family’s annual household adjusted gross income is $56,000 or less, roughly the median family income in Wisconsin.
The office, formed by the merger of Administrative Process Redesign and the Office of Quality Improvement, provides strategic planning, process improvement, project management, and organizational design.
The five-day immersive tour helps UW–Madison faculty and academic staff engage with Wisconsinites, build relationships, and learn about the educational, industrial, social and political realities of the state.
Hostile and intimidating behavior, sometimes known as “bullying,” is “unwelcome behavior pervasive or severe enough that a reasonable person would find it hostile and/or intimidating and that does not further the University’s academic or operational interests.”
The National Survey of Student Engagement shows UW–Madison students gave high scores in the four areas of growth laid out in the Wisconsin Experience — intellectual curiosity, empathy and humility, relentless curiosity and purposeful action.
A 15-member committee, chaired by Political Science Professor John Zumbrunnen, is inviting applications and nominations for the role of Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs announced in November by Chancellor Rebecca Blank.
“When you find that place where what you’re good at and what you’re passionate about come together, that is where your life’s work awaits you,” Chancellor Blank said. “Choose opportunities that put you there.”
The plan calls for a six-library hub system to enhance the reach, consistency, and depth of services, create a cohesive campus library identity, while reducing the Libraries’ physical footprint on campus.