Both Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin and UW System President Jay Rothman spoke to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and confirmed aspects of the deal.
UW System considering deal to freeze DEI positions in exchange for buildings, pay raise approval, sources sayBy Anna Kleiber , Francesca Pica , Ava Menkes and Liam Beran | 5:39pm
Wisconsin Assembly Democrats released statements Thursday denouncing Republican efforts to “trade” freezing diversity, equity and inclusion positions for pay raises and building project approvals across the UW System.
In a Tuesday ruling, a Dane County Circuit judge ruled a Wisconsin 1849 feticide law does not apply to abortions, prompting Planned Parenthood to reinstate abortions in Sheboygan County.
Kayla Romanovs-Malovrh previously attended UW-Stout’s engineering program, until she realized she wanted a stronger program.
Sen. Dianne Hesselbein and Sen. Jesse James spoke to students Friday in a state government course at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Petitioners argued the current maps lack constitutional contiguity in Nov. 21 arguments before the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
The 2024 annual Tree Lighting Ceremony took place in the Capitol rotunda Friday, with Evers and Wisconsin residents paying tribute to a World War II veteran.
U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves met with environmental clubs at UW-Madison to listen to their ongoing concerns regarding the climate crisis.
Republican leaders praised Wisconsin and host city Milwaukee during an event preview ahead of the 2024 Republican National Convention in July.
Despite the incident fixed, Democrats said they are horrified the unused version of the bill was submitted.
This decision follows Dane County Executive Joe Parisi’s decision to retire in May 2024.
Senate Republicans met Tuesday to hear testimony on multiple recently-introduced Senate bills, including a proposal to permit telehealth appointments with out-of-state providers.
Approval ratings for the U.S. Supreme Court remain low while President Joe Biden lags behind rival presidential candidates, according to a new poll from the Marquette Law School.
The groups protested against biodiversity and Indigenous land destruction Thursday outside the Wisconsin State Capitol building.
The bipartisan proposal would work with UW-Madison to foster innovation and new psychedelic research.
The national trend to ban books has trickled to Kenosha and Menomonee Falls, and not everyone is pleased.
Will UW-Madison get its engineering building? Vos open to deal but won’t commit to funding the projectBy Ava Menkes | Nov. 14
At a press conference, Vos said he would move forward with engineering hall plans if he got an agreement on DEI programs and greater authority over UW System positions.
Small family farms employ various strategies to overcome economic exclusion, together.
The recent move by Children’s Wisconsin shows the disparity in healthcare in Wisconsin along racial and economic lines.
Wisconsin departments that work with repayment plans championed a new Biden administration student loan forgiveness proposal while raising concerns about student scams.