UW System has fought to boost enrollment for years, despite a growing population of students not graduating. It is time see how successful they have been.
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After announcing the partnership with UW-Madison, Foxconn will provide an opportunity for students and faculty to engage with the company’s new technology and discuss job outlook.
Students and staff of UW-Madison’s School of Veterinary Medicine are determined to make sure a proposed remodel of the building is not pushed off to a later budget cycle by the state Legislature.
Foxconn Days are coming to UW-Madison following the announcement of their partnership in August.
Following deliberation, the Student Judiciary has voted in favor of the Nominations Board in the case issued by Sophia Alzaidi, a former SSFC member, after she was not selected to be on the current session committee.
The fields glowed pink in the last streaks of daylight as students and community members gathered in the Eagle Heights Community Gardens to celebrate the harvest and the end of the growing season with F.H. King Students for Sustainable Agriculture.
Despite UW-Oshkosh’s efforts to combat faculty losses, the combination of reduced state funds and low enrollment threatens the life of administrative positions.
Faculty criticism did not come far behind UW-Oshkosh Chancellor Andrew Leavitt’s announcement of the potential cuts Friday.
The UW System is accomplishing “significant progress” in their 2020FWD initiative as revealed in the second annual report announced at the recent Board of Regents meeting.
The 2020FWD initiative is progressing in preparing the universities — and the state itself — for the future.
UW System universities have been grappling with how to manage decreased funding for years, while still trying to offer reliable programs and ignite successful job creation. Let’s see how they’ve done.
Me Too. These two small words, coined by Tarana Burke in 2006 and brought into the public sphere nearly a year ago by actress Alyssa Milano on Twitter, have since sparked a widespread campaign for women’s rights.
Sexual assault is still a prevalent issue on campus as reported by 1 in 4 women.
The UW System has been faced with budget cuts for more than three years. How have they alleviated cuts to their university since then?
Following in the footsteps of many UW System universities, UW-River Falls and UW-Eau Claire have proposed new science buildings to encourage STEM growth.
UW-Oshkosh graduates are collaborating in a new foundation to aid more than 16,000 students in scholarship funds.
The Titan Alumni Foundation will aid more than 16,000 students across campus.
UW-River Falls and UW-Eau Claire announce plans for new science buildings to foster careers in STEM fields.
The UW System shared plans to improve resources and increase student opportunities post-graduation through the Capacity-Buildings Initiatives and Fund for Wisconsin Scholars Grant Thursday.
Campus activists are calling on the Gender and Women’s study program to change the name of its class “Women and Their Bodies in Health and Disease,” arguing that the name excludes and marginalizes trans and nonbinary students.