UW–Madison's next chancellor answers: What excites you most about becoming a Badger? How would you describe your personality? How would you describe your leadership style? How do you see your role as chancellor? Are there similarities between your legal background and your new role?
The event serves as a gesture of thanks for employees’ hard work and dedication throughout the academic year.
Five finalists for the position of chancellor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison will visit May 2 through 6 to meet with and answer questions from the campus community. During these sessions, each finalist will discuss the challenges and opportunities of managing a top public research university over the next 5-10 years.
Beyond the production of renewable energy, Alliant Energy and UW–Madison are exploring future partnerships to advance the solar research project for education, demonstration and training purposes.
“The input of campus stakeholders is extremely important to the search process, and will carry a lot of weight as the committee meets with candidates and deliberates on this decision,” says Regent Vice President Karen Walsh.
Once again, the theme for Go Big Read is “contemporary issues” — topics such as technology, climate change, health care, or any other issue that’s spurring conversation.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank will welcome several members of the Ho-Chunk Nation to campus.