Morrison said she is excited to lead the body's 24th session. Here, she is pictured on the night of ASM's election.
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Few of the sexual assault crime warnings issued in the last four years resulted in police investigations, and even fewer—one out of the 24 total—resulted in an arrest. That arrest ended in deferred prosecution.
Numbers from the university’s most recent Data Digest clocked women faculty at just 750 in 2015, compared to 1,455 men. This may not sound too promising given the national conversation around gender equality, but 20 years ago, the gap looked more like a four-times difference.
College Republicans asked state legislators to reintroduce the opt-out proposal and to stand with them in opposition to the student government, which is funded by and controls student segregated fees.
UW-Madison Police Department received a report of the fourth-degree sexual assault Friday, according to a UWPD crime warning. They are currently investigating the crime.
The student government at Western Kentucky University passed a bill last week supporting reparations, and members said Rep. Tyriek Mack, the author of the ASM bill, helped make it happen.
Rise to Run is an up-and-coming national organization with four pilot locations: North Carolina, Colorado, Florida and UW-Madison.
Blank said no, according to a university spokesperson.
Competition for an acceptance letter from the Wisconsin School of Business is already high—the college is one of the top 30 business schools in the nation, according to Businessweek’s 2016 rankings. But some fear changes to direct admissions and credit limits on applications could make the competition extra difficult for transfer students.
To save state money and generate an estimated $60 million in revenue to successfully fulfill his K-12 funding plan, Gov.
After a month of debates, walkouts and lawsuits, UW-Madison’s student government unanimously passed wide-ranging divestment legislation Wednesday—but an amendment naming Israel was once again the main point of contention.The legislation calls on the university and the UW Foundation to divest from a variety of companies, including specific arms manufacturers, fossil fuel corporations and banks that “oppress marginalized communities.” Proponents of the legislation championed it as a way to recognize and help oppressed groups.“I’m glad that communities of color and marginalized students had their voices heard,” Associated Students of Madison Rep.
The Associated Students of Madison are demanding transparency and accountability from the UW-Madison Police Department, and calling for community supervision of the department.
UW-Madison is one of 55 universities that have made efforts over the last three years to address the issue of sexual assault on campus by taking part in a study by the Association of American Universities. AAU released a new report Wednesday that showed UW-Madison has made progress in combatting sexual assault.
Assistant Dean of Students Joshua Moon Johnson has accepted the position of Dean of Student Affairs at American University of Malta. There, he will oversee student life—specifically orientation, financial aid and enrollment—as well as career services and several other areas.
Forbes, the chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, gave a talk at Ingraham Hall on Tuesday organized by Young Americans for Freedom. The talk was preceded by a protest lead by Student Coalition for Progress, which was co-sponsored by several other student and community organizations.
Badger Catholic and Atheists, Humanists, & Agnostics went back-and-forth during their annual debate Tuesday. An audience that filled a lecture hall in Van Vleck to capacity directed their own questions toward the panels of debaters once the set agenda concluded.
Monarch butterfly researcher Karen Oberhauser accepted a new role as UW-Arboretum Director— a role renowned conservationist and former UW-Madison professor Aldo Leopold once held.
Tthe proposed plan will combine 18 of the 43 libraries into more central spaces to better support research, as well as interdisciplinary and other campus work. The 20 to 25 year campus library facilities master plan also wants to provide specialized spaces and services for students and faculty.
While the opt-out proposal is off the table for Wisconsin schools, Minnesota students face a similar proposal for their fees.
Graduate students may get what they call an “opportunity to improve [their] working conditions” for the first time since 2009 with the creation of the Graduate Assistant Policies and Procedures Workgroup.