1. UW System Board of Regents approves salary adjustments for System president and campus leadership

    MADISON — For the first time since 1994, the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents approved salary adjustments for chancellors of the 15 UW System institutions, four UW System officers and President Katharine C. Lyall, Regent President Sheldon B. Lubar announced today. “The future excellence of the UW System depends upon retaining excellent faculty

  2. UW System Regents will examine proposal for ‘Center for Learning Innovation’

    MADISON — A proposal that would position University of Wisconsin System institutions as major national and international providers of technology-enabled courses and services will be considered by the UW System Board of Regents as it meets in Superior on Oct. 9-10. According to UW President Katharine C. Lyall, the proposal to establish a Center for

  3. Gordon H. Lamb named interim chancellor of University of Wisconsin-Parkside

    MADISON — Gordon H. Lamb, president of Northeastern Illinois University from 1986-95, has been named interim chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, effective July 1, 1997. The appointment will be formally announced by UW System President Katharine Lyall tomorrow, Wednesday, June 25 at a 9:00 a.m. news conference with Lamb at UW-Parkside. Lamb succeeds Eleanor

  4. Lubar elected Regent President; Orr elected Vice President of UW System Board

    MILWAUKEE — Sheldon B. Lubar of Milwaukee was elected today to a one-year term as president of the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents. He succeeds Michael W. Grebe, of Milwaukee, who served as president since June 1994. Also today, San W. Orr, Jr., Wausau, was elected vice president, succeeding Lubar. Lubar is chairman

  5. Noted business-philanthropic team, Tom and Judy Pyle, donates $2 million toward establishing ‘state-of-the-art’ distance education, conference center for UW System

    MILWAUKEE — Thomas and Judith Pyle, the husband-wife business management team which reversed the fortunes of Madison-based Rayovac Corporation, have offered a major gift of $2 million toward the costs of constructing and renovating the Wisconsin Center, 702 Langdon St., in Madison. University of Wisconsin System Regents, meeting here, formally accepted the Pyles’ gift and

  6. Economic impact study demonstrates value of University of Wisconsin System to state economy

    MADISON — The first-ever economic impact study of the entire University of Wisconsin System details a dynamic financial and social force affecting every region of the state. The study, directed by Professor William A. Strang, director of the Bureau of Business Research at the UW-Madison School of Business, outlines the economic contributions made by the