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(Note: The following is a statement by Chancellor John Wiley on the conference committee’s version of the state budget.) “We would like…
This new column will address campuswide employment issues. Send your questions to: email@example.com Questions and answers about domestic partner benefits Collective bargaining and…
UW System officials this week urged lawmakers to make full funding of the Madison Initiative a top priority in budget deliberations.
Gov. Scott McCallum's blueprint for the next state budget pares back the university's funding request, but officials are hopeful that lawmakers will recognize that full funding of the Madison Initiative is a long-term investment for both the university and state.
In remarks this week, Chancellor John Wiley outlines three top priorities: campus climate, budget issues and strategic planning.
Faculty leaders say 4.2-percent salary increases in each of the next two years would sustain the 'momentum' created by the 1999-2001 state budget.
Relieving enrollment pressure, developing more connections between the state's two largest universities and passing the 2001-03 budget request are the top three challenges facing UW–Madison and the UW System this coming year according to UW System President Katharine Lyall.
The UW System president explains a recent request for a budget increase as an important investment for the state economy.
The chancellor says the Madison Initiative and overall university budget will provide students with improved educational and research opportunities; strengthen libraries and other services; and renovate buildings, among other things. Following are some questions and answers on the university budget from Chancellor David Ward.
Pension bill passes, awaits governor’s signoff The Assembly and Senate have passed a pension bill (AB 495) that would: Increase…
Here are highlights of the UW System budget as approved by the Legislature Oct. 6. The governor is expected to sign the bill and announce any partial vetoes next week.
Chancellor David Ward says the new state budget contains the best news for the university in at least a decade.
UW-Madison will not get from the state the remaining $5 million needed for a new pharmacy building, but it will not have to raise the money privately.
UW-Madison officials are still sifting and winnowing through Gov. Tommy Thompson's 2,100-page budget for 1997-99, but their initial reaction is: Better than last time.
The biggest budget question for UW–Madison this biennium is faculty and academic staff pay raises -- but Gov. Tommy Thompson's proposed 1997-99 budget does not give an immediate answer.