1. Women of color to be honored

    MADISON – Twenty-one women of color in Wisconsin higher education will be honored for their contributions to diversity at the annual Women of Color Ceremony and Reception on October 22, 1999 at UW-Platteville. The ceremony and reception, held in conjunction with the 24th annual Women’s Studies Conference and the 15th annual Wisconsin Institute for Peace

  2. UW System faculty recognized with Underkofler Excellence in Teaching Awards

    MADISON – Four UW System teachers will receive $5,000 awards as recipients of the 1999 Alliant Energy “Underkofler Excellence in Teaching” Awards at a ceremony on October 15. The four recipients are: Ann Burgess, senior lecturer and director of biology core curriculum, UW-Madison; Michael Compton, associate professor of horticulture and biotechnology, UW-Platteville; Fred Fenster, professor

  3. UW System President Lyall appoints search committee for UW-Extension chancellor

    MADISON — University of Wisconsin System President Katharine Lyall has appointed a 17-member search and screen committee to help select the next chancellor for the University of Wisconsin-Extension. The committee, which includes UW System faculty and staff, as well as community members from across Wisconsin, will meet for the first time on Monday, October 25,

  4. UW System President Lyall names search committee for UW-River Falls chancellor

    MADISON — A search and screen committee to find a new chancellor for UW-River Falls has been appointed. University of Wisconsin System President Katharine Lyall has appointed a 17-member committee, which includes UW-River Falls faculty, staff, students, community members, and a representative from the University of Wisconsin System Administration. The committee is meeting at UW-River

  5. Remarks to the Board of Regents

    President Katharine C. Lyall I want to take a few moments this morning to report to you on the outcome of the Board’s 1999-01 biennial budget request for the UW System. As you know, it has been a long and sometimes frustrating wait for those of us charged with operating a quality university system that

  6. UW System teacher education graduates get jobs

    MADISON – The overwhelming majority of University of Wisconsin System teacher education graduates are employed, mostly as teachers, according to a survey conducted for UW System Administration (UWSA) by the Wisconsin Survey Research Laboratory. Concerns that too many teacher education students are graduating from the UW System and thereby creating an overabundance of teachers prompted