As part of their continued effort to facilitate acceptance and inclusiveness in the UW-Madison community, campus administrators are accepting applications for a program in which select faculty members advise others on best practices for creating a welcoming classroom environment.
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Students graduating from UW-Superior this year will be leaving a far different school than the one they applied to. UW-Stevens Point is now facing similar problems.
Three UW-Madison Jewish students are suing the Associated Students of Madison’s Student Council for violating ASM bylaws by acting on legislation that would have required the university to divest from Israeli companies on the same day it was brought forth last year.
Now, Ring has a more prestigious seat — not through student government, but appointed by the governor. Succeeding former UW-Whitewater student James Langnes III, the first-generation college student will be confirmed next month by the state Senate as the next student regent.
As Senate Republicans consider new legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act, U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., held a press conference Sunday to criticize the effort, and encourage continued public pressure in opposition to it.The bill, sponsored by U.S.
The Madison community could be one step closer to seeing body-worn cameras on its police officers, despite privacy concerns that have raised contention among citizens and lawmakers in the past.
Whether the 80, the 22, the 44 or some route in between, chances are most UW-Madison students have utilized a public bus. Now, the city is hoping to make those buses more sustainable through a new metro transit grant.
UW-Madison’s class of 2021 is the largest in school history, according to a university census taken on the 10th day of classes.
The Associated Students of Madison are the only governing body on campus that has not endorsed UW-Madison’s institutional statement on diversity, according to Vice Provost and Chief Diversity Officer Patrick Sims.
Patrick Sims gave a presentation at the Student Council meeting Tuesday and asked the body to support the institutional statement on diversity.
A Madison man charged with shooting a man to death and wounding another on the south side in August will stand trial, a county judge ruled Thursday, after he also threatened to kill a county deputy at the Dane County Jail this week.
University Health Services is holding free flu shot clinics throughout the semester, and the first clinic took place Thursday on Bascom Hill.
Adventure Learning Programs, which has received the largest portion of money from the General Student Services Fund over the last two years, made its case to the Student Services Finance Committee for reconfirmed eligibility at their hearing Thursday night.ALPs is slated to have a budget of nearly $170,000 for this fiscal year.
Adventure Learning Programs will now be able to fund work that was previously going unpaid.
In an attempt to end partisan divides and craft policy in technology, entrepreneurship and other areas, Democrats and Republicans under the age of 40 created a “millennial caucus” Wednesday.Lead by state Reps.
UW System institutions will no longer be able to choose which categories of the performance-based metrics they will be measured on after Gov. Scott Walker made his vetoes on the state’s 2017-’19 budget Wednesday.
UW System schools will no longer be able to choose which categories of performance-based metrics they will be measured on after Gov. Walker made his partial veto.
The 2017-19' budget adds in over $100 million in new funds for the UW System.
Gov. Scott Walker officially signed the 2017-19 state budget Thursday in Neenah, ending a months-long stalemate over the $76 billion document. The UW System will receive a slight funding boost, although it does not make up for the $250 million slashed from the university's coffers in the last budget.
Here's how the 2017-19' budget affects programs and employees at UW Madison and other UW System schools