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New conference provides professional development for research staff

  A new professional development conference for UW–Madison employees will focus on the unique needs of research staff who are working as laboratory technicians or…

New UW–Madison counseling service helps employees meet career goals

To assist UW–Madison employees with their professional development, the Division of Continuing Studies has added a career counselor in its Adult Career and Special Student Services (ACSSS) office.

New Faculty Focus: Gabriel Zayas-Cabán

Title: Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering Hometown: Mayagϋez, Puerto Rico Educational/professional background: B.A. in Mathematics, University of South Florida, 2008; Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics,…

Peg Eusch, driving force behind records management, set to retire

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…

Massey selected as Wisconsin School of Business dean

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.

Diversity inventory program aims to highlight, connect campus initiatives

UW-Madison has launched the Diversity Inventory Program (DIP), a searchable online database of programs, services and other activities related to diversity on campus.

Wisconsin Idea seminar showcases Badger state to UW–Madison faculty, staff

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.

Trueba: Office of Compliance is a value-added campus resource

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.

Q & A: Van Matre reflects on expanding and protecting the UW brand

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…

UW Law School family law expert selected for research chair

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.

Q&A: Cotter to retire after more than a quarter century at UW–Madison

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.

Campus to pause FLSA implementation

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.