Current Search and Screen Committees are 50 percent UW System Board of Regents, compared to the previous policy of having a majority of faculty from the university in question. This is the first time the Regents will put the new policy to the test.
Associated Students of Madison spring election results increased from last year, yet remains less than 10 percent of the student body.
Gov. Tony Evers’ recently proposed budget included large expansions for higher education across the UW System. Although some of the changes were praised by UW leadership, staunch opposition to certain budget points by the Republican-held Legislature may stall the proposal’s progress.
Founder of the Me Too Movement Tarana Burke spoke to hundreds of UW-Madison students, faculty and community members Monday, urging them to push the boundaries constructed by the university and create a community based on safety and protection. Burke, a Bronx, New York native, is a social activist and community organizer who founded the Me Too Movement in 2006. Through her work in social justice, she has shared her lived experience with sexual violence for decades.
UW-Oshkosh Titan Advantage Program supports more than 50 students this year — more than three times the previous amount in their five-year run — to increase accessibility to underrepresented students at the university.
UW-Milwaukee professor appeared in court for multiple sexual charges Sunday.
UW System President Ray Cross encourages students to pursue humanities, but some of the UW-Stevens Point majors are at risk of being cut. The university’s final decision will likely be announced next week.
Associated Students of Madison passed legislation to endource efforts of the HMoob community, to ensure better representation within the university and community.
From the first African-American UW-Madison graduate to the first foreign litigator to practice in Afghanistan, UW System alumni have achieved many firsts since 1875.
Bringing together inclusive organizations on campus proved fruitful as students sipped down cups of bubble tea and spoke about their experiences being a mixed race person not only on campus but in daily life.
The Associated Students of Madison is leading a campaign to produce a statewide bill that will allow underage students to seek help and receive the proper medical treatment they deserve without fear of legal action.
2018 National Teacher of the Year and returned Peace Corps volunteer Mandy Manning will headline UW-Madison’s upcoming Peace Corps week.
UW-Green Bay’s Water Science major will tackle ongoing worker shortage in the water sector starting next fall.
Alpha Sigma Phi received their suspension for hazing allegations by UW-Madison Friday.
50 years after black UW-Madison students demanded several changes to campus during a strike, the Wisconsin Black Student Union recreated the movement. In 1969, BSU President Rashid Rashad led the strike aimed at calling on the university to make 13 changes to be made to the campus. Some of their most notable demands were the creation of a Black Student Center and an African American Studies Department. The strike lasted for two weeks as over 10,000 students protested in support of their Black peers.
Former UW-Whitewater chancellor begins new position making 75 percent more than average psychology faculty memberBy Robyn Cawley | Feb. 18, 2019
Former UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper will receive a salary adding up to more than 75 percent the average psychology faculty member earns in new tenured position following resignation.
At UW-Parkside, free college tuition becomes real with new aid program starting in the next academic year.
Less than a minute after student protesters draped their hand-painted banners over the second floor railing at Union South, campus security forced the small group to roll up their flags and issued some of them warnings.
The Associated Students of Madison grassroots committees are banding together to work on mental health services, accessible and affordable budgets, as well as a sustainable campus.
Associated Students of Madison representatives sponsored a bill that uses excessive reserve balances of multiple accounts to pay off the remaining debt of the Student Activity Center, which will save students $17.04 each semester.