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The UW System Board of Regents is asking for state funding for the 2005-07 biennium that will help its 26 campuses and UW-Extension begin to recover from the $250 million in state budget cuts they took in the 2003-05 biennium, while providing more access and services for students.
Eric Trekell is the first full-time director of UW–Madison's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Campus Center, a new unit in the Offices of the Dean of Students that is responsible for fostering a positive learning environment for LGBT students, and for providing resources and advocacy on LGBT issues to the wider university community.
The Office of Human Resource Development is offering a class for managers, supervisors and academic leaders who are helping staff deal with budget uncertainties. The free course is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 10, from 9 a.m.-noon, in 220 Ingraham Hall.
Cuts in UW–Madison's portion of the state budget will have a major negative impact on instruction and student services, statewide public service, and the university's ability to bolster the economy, says Provost Peter Spear.
Administration at UW–Madison would absorb the largest portion of state budget cuts, under Chancellor John Wiley's plan for how the campus will address cuts contained in Gov. Jim Doyle's budget plan.
A listening session sponsored by the UW System Board of Regents on the proposed 2003-05 state budget will take place in Madison on Monday, March 31.
The following statement was issued today by UW–Madison Chancellor John Wiley in response to Governor Jim Doyle's budget message.
Gov. Jim Doyle says the University of Wisconsin System should expect him to propose major cuts in funding for the university when he submits his 2003-05 budget plan Feb. 18.
The UW System and UW–Madison are planning for the possibility that the 2003-05 state budget will contain another round of funding cuts.
The Faculty Senate adopted a resolution at its Oct. 7 meeting calling for health benefits for domestic partners of employees.
Chancellor John Wiley says the university is in good shape, despite continuing concerns over the state budget.
The university is moving forward with a slimmed-down version of its cluster hiring initiative to help the university accommodate a $17 million budget cut.
The UW System will need to reduce enrollments or increase tuition if state funding does not improve, says the UW System Board of Regents.
The governor has signed a budget repair bill addressing Wisconsin's $1 billion budget deficit with measures including some cuts to UW System funding.
University of Wisconsin–Madison Chancellor John Wiley issued a statement Friday, July 26, following the signing of a budget adjustment bill that fixes the state's budget shortfall for the current biennium:
Chancellor John Wiley appeared March 26 before the Senate Biennial Budget Committee, which held a public hearing on the state budget adjustment bill in Tripp Commons, Memorial Union. Here is his written statement.
Here is a summary of actions that would need to be taken to address a proposed $40.5 million reduction in UW–Madison's budget.