1. UW System Board of Regents committee to hold hearing in dismissal case

    MADISON — The Personnel Matters Review Committee of the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents will hold a hearing Tuesday, May 1, in the dismissal proceedings against UW-Superior faculty member John Marder. The hearing will begin at 10 a.m. in 1820 Van Hise Hall, 1220 Linden Dr. The hearing will be held in open

  2. Statement by UW System President Katharine Lyall concerning UW-Madison’s NCAA infractions self report

    “Throughout this long process, UW-Madison officials have handled the investigation with the seriousness it deserves. Today’s report is a thorough analysis of a very complex subject. While we cannot predict how the NCAA will respond to the report and the self-imposed penalties, I do appreciate the exhaustive work UW-Madison has done reviewing the situation and

  3. University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents announces Academic Staff Regents Award for Excellence

    MADISON — Academic staff members from UW-Milwaukee and UW-Marathon County have each been named recipients of the 2001 Academic Staff Regents Award for Excellence. The awards were presented today during the regular meeting of the Board of Regents. The two recipients are Julie Kline, outreach and academic program coordinator in the Center for Latin American

  4. Statement from Katharine Lyall on the appointment of David Ward as president of the American Council on Education

    MADISON — Katharine Lyall, president of the University of Wisconsin System, issued the following statement today concerning the appointment of former UW-Madison Chancellor David Ward as president of the American Council on Education: “On behalf of all of David Ward’s many friends and colleagues in the University of Wisconsin System, I want to congratulate him