1. Author Ann Crittenden to speak in Madison in conjunction with UW System Work/Life Forum

    MADISON —  Ann Crittenden, journalist, economist and Pulitzer Prize nominee, will present a public lecture on Thursday (June 13), in conjunction with the University of Wisconsin System Work/Life Forum. Crittenden is author of the national bestseller The Price of Motherhood: Why the Most Important Job in the World Is Still the Least Valued. Her public

  2. Remarks by Jay L. Smith, President

    UW Board of Regents

    Good Morning Over the past month, during commencement season, about 25,000 students have graduated from our university system. That is a remarkable achievement – and an important statement about what we mean to this state. Almost 20,000 of those students will live and work here, raise families here and contribute to the quality of life

  3. Friday Remarks to Board of Regents

    President Katharine C. Lyall

    This is Associate Vice President Kathi Sell’s final Regents meeting. After 25 years of state budgeting — 20 of them with UWSA — she is stepping into a different role as a faculty member at UW-Madison’s ILS program. We will all miss her greatly! By my count, Kathi has helped our campuses move deftly through

  4. UW System Regents elect board officers

    MILWAUKEE-The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents elected new leaders on Friday (June 7), selecting Guy A. Gottschalk of Wisconsin Rapids as president and Toby E. Marcovich of Superior as vice president. Gottschalk, chair of the Regents’ Business and Finance Committee and member of the Regents’ Executive Committee, succeeds Jay L. Smith as president

  5. Regents elect board officers

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents

    Day Two News Summary The UW System Board of Regents elected new leaders on Friday, selecting Guy A. Gottschalk of Wisconsin Rapids as president and Toby E. Marcovich of Superior as vice president. Gottschalk, chair of the Regents’ Business and Finance Committee and member of the Regents’ Executive Committee, succeeds Jay L. Smith as president

  6. 2002-03 Annual Budget

    Remarks by President Katharine C. Lyall

    You have before you today the 2002-03 annual budget allocations to the campuses that will support their work for the coming academic year. This is not a new budget request — it simply distributes to the campuses the second year funds approved in Act 16 state budget a year ago. As you know, the Legislative

  7. Board waits to set tuition

    UW System Board of Regents

    The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents on Thursday (June 6) adopted the 2002-03 operating budget but chose not to set tuition for the coming academic year. Because the conference committee is still working to balance the state’s $1.1 billion budget deficit, the 2002-03 budget is based on assumptions that the university will have