UW-Madison reacts to Evers biennial budget proposal
Governor Tony Evers announced his proposed budget for the 2023-25 biennium on Wednesday, including an increase in state support for UW System and a compensation plan to help state and university employees keep pace with inflation.
Federal lawmakers visit UW–Madison units in south, west Madison
Sen. Tammy Baldwin and Rep. Mark Pocan showed their support of UW–Madison on April 15 during stops at the West Madison Agricultural Research Station and the UW Odyssey Project in the UW South Madison Partnership office.
Budget bill passes legislature, heads to governor’s desk
The state Assembly and Senate passed the 2021-23 state budget bill, which will now go to Governor Tony Evers.
Chancellor Blank statement on employee pay plan
Chancellor Rebecca Blank shared the following statement following Thursday’s action on state employee compensation by the Joint Committee on Finance: “We appreciate the action of…
UW leaders appreciate investment in academic building projects
The legislature’s Joint Finance Committee advanced its version of the state’s 2021-23 capital budget Tuesday, including funding for a new academic facility for the College of Letters & Science at UW–Madison.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank statement on UW System budget
Acting on Gov. Tony Evers’ proposed 2021-23 biennial budget, the legislature’s Joint Committee on Finance today advanced its version of the University of Wisconsin System operating budget.
Statement from Chancellor Blank on proposed capital budget
"These critical investments in our campus will help make sure we can continue to provide a world-class education for our students," Blank says.
Chancellor Blank’s statement on Gov. Evers’ UW System budget proposal
"Fully funding the tuition freeze and the investment in our faculty ensures we can increase access for our students in high-demand programs, helping build the talent pipeline while driving economic growth for Wisconsin," Blank says.
Academic Staff Assembly joins call for further study of proposed public authority
The Academic Staff Assembly voted Monday on resolutions calling for more study on a proposed public authority for the University of Wisconsin System and greater flexibility in the timing and amount of state budget cuts.