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The Student Leadership Program, a UW-Madison student organization that looks to help students develop key leadership skills, hopes to use its newly approved budget to recruit and maintain new members, according to the group’s financial coordinator Allison Amadon.
The Associated Students of Madison Coordinating Council voted Wednesday to approve ASM’s 2016-’17 internal budget, after making slight adjustments.
Movimiento Estudantil Chican@ de Aztlán, a UW-Madison student organization geared toward helping people identify themselves on campus, is looking to forward their mission throughout the upcoming school year, according to Clara Huerta, the group’s financial specialist.
The UW System Board of Regents Education Committee unanimously recommended the approval of a request by UW-Madison to waive the nonresident student enrollment cap for the next four years, according to a UW System release.
The Associated Students of Madison University Affairs Committee met Monday to select potential campaigns to focus on for the upcoming school year.
The Associated Students of Madison Student Services Finance Committee raised General Student Services Fund student wages Thursday, also making revisions to the process of reviewing student wage levels in the future.
The UW-Madison Faculty Senate followed up on an April decision by Gov. Scott Walker to allow UW System schools to conduct classified research, by clarifying procedures in a Monday meeting.
The Student Services Finance Committee approved slightly adjusted budgets for Promoting Awareness Victim Empowerment and Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@de Aztlán Thursday.
The Associated Students of Madison Legislative Affairs Committee discussed Monday how it could reach out to state officials regarding its recent tuition affordability campaign.
The UW-Madison Faculty Senate heard a presentation from the Associated Students of Madison University Affairs Committee Monday regarding how it can aid the committee’s campaign for textbook affordability.
A group of students dedicated to the formation of a School of Ethnic Studies at UW-Madison met Tuesday to discuss beginning the formal process of creating a school dedicated to studying ethnic groups and diversity on campus.
Adventure Learning Programs received a $155,049.58 budget for 2015-'16 Thursday from the Students Services Finance Committee, while the Working Class Student Union made a budget request for the upcoming fiscal year.
The Associated Students of Madison Students Services Finance Committee approved a slightly decreased 2015-’16 budget for Sex Out Loud at its meeting Thursday.
U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., visited the Associated Students of Madison Legislative Affairs Committee Monday to speak about his role in the federal government and answer questions involving student life.
The Associated Students of Madison Student Services Finance Committee heard a budget presentation Thursday from the Greater University Tutoring Service, an organization dedicated to providing tutoring to UW-Madison students.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank outlined budgetary issues facing the university in her State of the University Address to Faculty Senate in its first meeting Monday.
Student government leaders discussed criteria for future campaigns with UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank in a meeting Monday.
Student leaders decided to finance a group supporting working class students and are set to later determine financial eligibility for a student group combatting sexual assault.
The Associated Students of Madison Student Services Finance Committee approved Student Leadership Program’s financial eligibility Thursday.