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Numbers from the university’s most recent Data Digest clocked women faculty at just 750 in 2015, compared to 1,455 men. This may not sound too promising given the national conversation around gender equality, but 20 years ago, the gap looked more like a four-times difference.
The Wisconsin Idea is widely considered to be a testament to the importance of public service. Its spirit is widely cited in bettering the lives of Wisconsinites in areas as diverse as the formulation of labor law to best practices in milking dairy cows. But the university’s reach is not just civic—it is financial as well.
A piece of legislation proposed by several members of the Associated Students of Madison could urge the university to divest from organizations that have indirectly supported Israel in its ongoing conflict with Palestine. The proposal has already drawn criticism from a fellow representative, who said the proposal heaps blame too harshly on Israelis.
This type of directive—which could jeopardize a student’s status at the university if violated—prohibits contact between two individuals ranging from intentional face-to-face meetings to liking each other’s Facebook photos.
She’s one of 29 faculty members who left the university in 2016 to pursue other academic opportunities. Of those 29, The Daily Cardinal was able to reach 20—and of those 20, 15 said tenure changes played a role in their choice to leave, even if it was a small role.
There’s no shortage of alcohol-soaked traditions at college campuses across the country, even within the UW System—whether that’s Oktoberfest at UW-La Crosse, UW-Whitewater’s Spring Splash or the biannual pub crawl in Oshkosh.
Out-of-state students at UW-Madison will face a $4,000 jump in tuition over the next two years after the UW System Board of Regents approved the increase during its meeting Thursday.
Nonresident students at UW-Madison could see a $4,000 hike in tuition over the next two years if a proposed increase goes as planned during the UW System Board of Regents meeting Thursday.
Annual faculty turnover report reveals UW-Extension lost nearly a quarter of faculty in the 2018 fiscal year.