Following an unexpected change to the Wisconsin Idea in Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget bill, Walker said in a statement Wednesday a drafting error led to several sentences being cut.
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Just a phrase on my history- a long-time professor of Neuroscience, and an ardent opponent of all things Tea Party and long time proponent of liberal and left of liberal points of views and sometimes activist. I was on the University Committee, which heads the Faculty Senate, during the crash of Chancellor Biddy Martin against the rocks of the Public Authority proposal- a proposal that Scott Walker surprisingly initiated about 4-5 years ago. The proposal was heartily squelched, as was Biddy Martin’s Chancellorship!
The UW-Madison Faculty Senate released a unanimously passed resolution Monday stating their disapproval of Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed $300 million budget cut to the UW system.
UW-Madison police officers and detectives arrested a well-known Madison drug dealer Monday after a two month investigation, according to a UW-Madison Police Department incident report.
Gov. Scott Walker (middle) will unveil his biannual budget proposal Tuesday as UW System students, like ASM Chair Genevieve Carter (right), faculty like professor James Baughman (left) and staff consider how to cope with anticipated cuts.
On the eve of Gov. Scott Walker’s long-awaited budget proposal, including $300 million in cuts to the UW System, student and faculty organizations around the state are planning their reaction to the expected hit.
UW-Madison Neuroscience and Neurology Professor Su-Chun Zhang and his research team recently published a model to aid in understanding ALS and Huntington’s disease, according to a university release Monday.
Former UW-Madison student Matt McManus found inspiration for one-piece rubber sandals from his co-founder and brother, who returned from a trip to Beijing with a pair of unique sandals that sparked envy among family and friends.
Carl Djerassi, a 1945 UW-Madison graduate and recipient of a 1995 honorary degree, died Friday at the age of 91, according to a university news release.
The UW System Board of Regents will honor a UW-Madison assistant professor Friday for his success with and support of diversity on campus.
UW-Madison scientists identified two new fluorescent tumor-targeting agents that light up brain cancer cells, according to a Jan. 22 press release.
UW-Madison Associate Professor Karma Chávez spoke to students and the public Thursday about her book “Queer Migration Politics” in her talk entitled “Queering Borders: Immigration, Race and Sexuality.”
UW-Madison senior class officers announced Katie Couric, a journalist, author and philanthropist, as the 2015 Spring Commencement ceremony speaker Wednesday.
People living in Wisconsin get used to the chilly weather, but we still feel cold no matter how many times we experience harsh winters. According to a 2008 report, “Cold and Lonely” by Chen-Bo Zhong and Geoffrey J. Leonardelli from the University of Toronto, It might be true, though, that feeling cold is enhanced by social exclusion, not the winter chill itself. The report mainly focuses on two experiments; one is about social exclusion makeing people feel colder than they really are. Participants who felt socially excluded gave lower estimates of the room temperature by a median of 2.58 points.
A bill being considered by Republican lawmakers could require chancellors of UW System schools to approve every decision made by student governments that use segregated fees.
UW-Madison students might face tuition increases and less oversight of the UW System if certain provisions of Gov. Scott Walker’s budget proposal, announced Tuesday, are approved by the state Legislature.
Being one of only 40 female Hispanic-American management professors in the country is a prestigious accomplishment, but what newly-tenured Wisconsin School of Business professor Maria Triana values even more about her position lies in her ability to act as a leader and mentor for all kinds of students.
The Legislative Affairs Committee began the semester Monday discussing the upcoming budget and its suggested effects to the UW system’s funding along with rumors of UW-Madison becoming a public entity.
UW-Madison announced the closure of its controversial cat laboratory Friday, citing the retirement of neuroscience professor Tom Yin, 70, as the reason.
UW-Madison sophomore Mitch Thomas has always had a profound interest in animals. He grew up in a house of dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters, but his real passion is a much more unique animal.