UW System Clipsheet
September 16, 2005
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"UW acts to fire two professors, still pays one," Wisconsin State Journal, Sept. 16.
UW-Madison moves to terminate professors convicted of felonies and will place one on leave pending full due process of law.
Related: "Professor convicted of felony removed from work-release job," St. Paul Pioneer Press, Sept. 16.
"Magazine ranks UW-Madison tops in research," WisBusiness, Sept. 16.
Washington Monthly puts UW-Madison above MIT, Michigan, and Stanford as the No. 4 research university in the country.
"UWSP brings first female chancellor on board," Marshfield News Herald, Sept. 16.
Chancellor Linda Bunnell outlines her vision for UW-Stevens Point's future during official installation.
Related: "Chancellor of UWSP talks about making connections," Stevens Point Journal, Sept. 16.
"New chancellor describes vision, plans," River Falls Journal, Sept. 16.
UW-River Falls Chancellor Don Betz highlights the university's goals to boost the state's economy.
"UWGB students answer chancellor’s stamp act," Green Bay Press-Gazette, Sept. 16.
UW-Green Bay's decision not to allow an art display in a campus exhibition draws protest from students.
"UW-Waukesha dean finalists to visit next week," Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Sept. 16.
Dean finalists will meet face-to-face with the UW-Waukesha community and offer their vision for the future of the campus.
"UWGB bids goodbye to Bayfest after 25 years," Green Bay Press-Gazette, Sept. 16.
After 25 years of summer entertainment and $2.5 million raised for athletic scholarships, UW-Green Bay announces the end of fundraising festival.
"Synergy conference aims to help find solutions," Wisconsin Public Radio, Sept. 16.
Economic-development conference seeks to marshall efforts of those from higher education, businesses and government agencies working on solving state's challenges.
"Relevance of elite universities appears to be on the decline," Duluth News Tribune, Sept. 16.
UW-Madison ties with Harvard for the number of alumni employed as CEOs at the nation's most lucrative companies.