One of Gov. Tony Evers’ proposed budget recommendations would allow for non-resident tuition exemption to undocumented students, leading to outcry from a divided state legislature.
As additional women are revealed in the investigation documents, former UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper’s husband could have harassed additional women, which proved to be a “blind spot” for Kopper while in leadership, investigators said.
As a result of the 2008 Great Recession, a majority of state public education systems have been recovering from budget cuts for more than a decade now. The status of Wisconsin’s recovery is still up for debate.
International students contemplate future careers in the U.S., but face challenges that local students may not have to worry about.
UW System joins nationwide initiative to end sexual assault, following incidents of “passing the harasser” and required sexual harassment prevention trainings throughout System campuses.
Five months after introducing proposal to cut six humanities majors, UW-Stevens Point announced plans to keep all degrees intact Wednesday.
The campus where Earth Day was first celebrated focuses on inclusion and collaboration throughout UW-Madison.
'Miss Saigon,' the Broadway musical that recently wrapped up its run at the Overture Center, attracted backlash from the campus community, who protested and initiated dialogue on Asian American representation.
Partnership between UW System officials and Wisconsin’s Native tribes hopes to boost enrollment and graduation rates of Native students throughout Wisconsin.
April 8 at 5 p.m. marks the start of a 1,848-minute-long Day of the Badger put on by the University of Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association.
Two of the 82 appointees from former Gov. Scott Walker’s lame-duck December session returned to work at the Board of Regents after Gov. Tony Evers fired them last month.
For the first time in Madison’s history, the seven seats on the Madison Metropolitan School Board are held entirely by women. Now, what else will change?
Student leaders created the I am UW unifying campaign in response to the 2017 campus climate survey.
Divided opinion on state capital budget puts into question value of Wisconsin Idea, higher educationBy Robyn Cawley | Apr. 3, 2019
PROFS and the Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education formed a panel on the 2019-’21 state capital budget implications on higher education after a split opinion from Gov. Tony Evers and Republican-held state legislature.
Major UW System projects include a new UW-Milwaukee chemistry building, phase two of a construction project on a UW-La Crosse science center and System-wide renovations and technology upgrades as well as utility improvements.
ASM and UWPD are seeking an increase in safety measures on campus, including extending SafeWalk hours, promoting the WiscGuardian app and installing more outdoor lighting.
The Associated Students of Madison announced their support of UW-River Falls student body president Rosemary Pechous after she composed legislation granting students the ability to take time off from campus without needing to drop out of college.
UW-Madison rejected the Callisto software that would give students a direct way to submit a detailed report of a sexual assault, leading to concern for the Student Title IX Advisory Committee.