Religion’s significant role on campus and across the state cannot be underestimated in order to gain a better appreciation for Wisconsin’s culture and climate, according to religious studies professors Corrie Norman, Susan Ridgely and Jordan Rosenblum.
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The Wisconsin Idea currently excludes tribal governments from its outreach plan even as it specifically reaches out to other forms of state and local government.
In order to better visualize a future transformed by global climate change and to promote awareness for the problems it will cause, its impact must be scaled down to a local level to make it more accessible to local interests, according to environmental advocate Paul Robbins.
The Wisconsin Idea–the UW System’s grounding principle for outreach to the state—will only be put into action when all students have access to affordable education, according to Sara Goldrick-Rab, former UW-Madison sociology professor and author of “Paying the Price.”
While the university has much to be proud of this year, creating a working budget and maintaining an inclusive campus will be critical to its continued success, according to Chancellor Rebecca Blank in her State of the University address Friday.
In order to combat the divisive political resentment separating Milwaukee and Madison from the rest of the “outstate” this election season, Wisconsin needs more respectful communication between its rural and urban populations, according to Kathy Cramer, director of the Morgridge Center for Public Service.
The Associated Students of Madison Sustainability Committee evaluated its efforts to introduce a campus-wide sustainability credit requirement Tuesday after its proposed agenda was met with some faculty criticism.
The first critical assessment of changes in teacher compensation published in Wisconsin since Act 10 was released this fall in a study by the Wisconsin Center for Education Research.