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It is likely you have seen or heard media reports about the fund balances that the University of Wisconsin System carries and the discussion among legislative leaders and others about those balances. I would like to explain how this issue relates to our campus, and how maintaining balances helps UW–Madison succeed in our academic and research missions.
Thursday, April 4 was the annual UW–Madison, UW-Extension and UW Colleges Day at the Capitol. The event presented to legislators and the public the many ways that the innovation and research at the UW makes an impact all across Wisconsin.
Engaging exhibits and special demonstrations will bring opportunities for learning and collaboration as part of UW–Madison, UW-Extension and UW Colleges Day at the State Capitol on Thursday, April 4.
Engaging exhibits and special demonstrations will bring opportunities for learning and collaboration as part of UW–Madison, UW-Extension and UW Colleges Day at the State Capitol on Tuesday, March 5.
Officials provide guidance on where political activity, including the circulation of petitions, is permissible on campus grounds.
A report issued jointly this week by three state agencies recommends against the state implementing a defined contribution plan or an opt-out option in the Wisconsin Retirement System.
Undergraduates from across the University of Wisconsin System share their research during the ninth annual Posters in the Rotunda event held on March…
Legislation outlining a proposed state wolf hunt is likely to hurt wolf populations while failing to resolve existing conflicts with humans, says a UW–Madison wolf…
A number of University of Wisconsin–Madison projects were approved by the Wisconsin State Building Commission at its Dec. 21 meeting.
Interim Chancellor David Ward delivers a message about 2011-13 budget lapses.
The following memo was sent to deans and directors from Vice Chancellor for Administration Darrell Bazzell and Provost Paul M. DeLuca Jr. today, Oct. 19.
Enrolling students of all cultures and backgrounds improves the learning environment at UW–Madison and prepares everyone to be competitive in an increasingly multicultural world.
Here is the text of a memo sent by UW–Madison Interim Chancellor David Ward to all members of the state Legislature regarding a bill that would ban the acquisition and use of fetal tissue in scientific research.
Forget cream puffs and the Midway. The Wisconsin State Fair’s main attraction Wednesday was Braveheart the dog.
The Wisconsin Clearinghouse for Prevention Resources, a unit of University Health Services (UHS) at UW–Madison, has submitted a grant application to the…
Below is a memo from Bob Lavigna, director of the Office of Human Resources, detailing the the impact of the biennial state budget and budget…
The $66 billion spending plan passed Thursday by the state Legislature for the next two years includes important administrative flexibilities for UW System institutions and preserves a critical state broadband network.
UW-Madison will be able to continue all current networking affiliations, including membership in WiscNet, under an agreement included in Wisconsin’s proposed state budget. “We believe…
Dear members of the UW–Madison community, I am pleased to report that key state lawmakers, with input from UW–Madison and UW System, have reached…