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Budget proposals may mean ‘lost opportunities’ for UW

August 22, 2007

Proposed cuts to the University of Wisconsin budget will compromise quality, make it more difficult to retain top faculty and hurt Wisconsin's economy, Chancellor John D. Wiley says.

Chancellor John D. Wiley’s statement on proposed Assembly budget

July 10, 2007

University of Wisconsin–Madison Chancellor John D. Wiley comments on the major cuts proposed in the state Assembly budget, calling it "an assault on higher education."

University offers domestic partner benefit update

May 9, 2007

UW–Madison continues to actively pursue the ability to offer domestic partner health insurance benefits to its faculty and staff.

Doyle vows to keep tuition down in new budget

February 27, 2007

State budget season got under way this month as Gov. Jim Doyle rolled out a proposed 2007–09 state budget that recognizes the importance of higher education and provides domestic partnership benefits for all state employees.

Employee Matters

February 14, 2007

The facts about domestic partner benefits at UW–Madison

UW-Madison begins planning for pending budget cuts

February 27, 2006

The university is beginning to address how it would handle what would be the largest budget cut in university history, proposed by Gov. Jim Doyle to lawmakers Feb. 18.

State budget with more UW cuts sent to Doyle for consideration

July 6, 2005

A state budget that could inflict another $35 million in cuts to the University of Wisconsin System and requires non-union state workers to contribute 1.5 percent of their salary to their retirement accounts won approval in the Republican-run Legislature and now faces veto scrutiny by Democrat Gov. Jim Doyle.

Employee Matters

February 8, 2005

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