1. University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents announces Academic Staff Excellence Awards

    MADISON – Academic staff members from UW-Madison and UW-Extension have each been named recipients of the 2000 Academic Staff Regents Award for Excellence. The awards will be presented May 5 during the regular meeting of the Board of Regents, to be held at UW-Platteville. The two recipients are J. Trey Duffy, director of the McBurney

  2. University of Wisconsin System a national model for higher education efficiency

    MADISON — The University of Wisconsin System remains the most efficient university system in the nation, said UW System President Katharine C. Lyall in a report to the Board of Regents Friday. Lyall noted that the UW System spends just 5.8% of its budget on administration, compared to the average of 10.4%. It is the

  3. Dr. Kevin P. Reilly is named chancellor of UW-Extension

    MADISON — Dr. Kevin P. Reilly, provost and vice chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Extension since 1996, was today named chancellor of the institution by the UW System Board of Regents. Reilly will take office on July 7. He succeeds Interim Chancellor Albert Beaver who is retiring after three years of service in that capacity.

  4. University of Wisconsin System a national model for higher education efficiency

    MADISON – The University of Wisconsin System remains the most efficient university system in the nation, said UW System President Katharine C. Lyall in a report to the Board of Regents Friday. Lyall noted that the UW System spends just 5.8% of its budget on administration, compared to the average of 10.4%. It is the

  5. UW System graduation rates above the national average

    MADISON — The overall graduation rate for the University of Wisconsin System is above the national average, David J. Ward, UW System senior vice president for academic affairs, reported to the Board of Regents Friday. Ward noted that full time students who start at a UW institution graduate at a rate of 51.8 percent over

  6. Historic agreement will provide technical college graduates a smoother transition into UW System degree programs

    MADISON — Students will be able to transfer credits more easily between the Wisconsin Technical College System and the University of Wisconsin System as a result of action taken Thursday at an historic joint meeting between the systems’ boards. UW Board of Regents President San W. Orr, Jr., and WTCS Board President L. Anne Reid,

  7. University of Wisconsin System’s students of color enrollment steadily increasing

    MADISON – Retention rates and number of degrees conferred for UW System undergraduates of color have steadily increased for the ten year period between fall 1988 and fall 1998, according to a report which will be presented to the Board of Regents at their April 6th meeting. “In 1988-89 there were 910 degrees earned by