1. Remarks to the Board of Regents

    UW System President Katharine C. Lyall As you know, we have new state leadership that faces an old problem–the challenge of developing a budget plan that will provide a permanent solution to the deficit and a focus for growth in future years. The UW System is a willing partner in those efforts; we have much

  2. Wisconsin Economic Summit III

    Regent President Guy Gottschalk Board of Regents November 8, 2002 Good morning. I’d like to begin with a short report on the recent Wisconsin Economic Summit III. First, I’d like to thank Regent Jay Smith and President Katharine Lyall for co-hosting another successful statewide summit. As usual, they did the UW System proud. I’d also

  3. Regents approve Ph.D. degree in history at UW-Milwaukee

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents November 2002 Meeting Day Two News Summary The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee can proceed with plans to implement a new Ph.D. degree in history, following approval Friday by the UW System Board of Regents. The board voted to approve the program after the Education Committee forwarded the matter to

  4. UW System, WTCS continue to enhance collaboration

    MADISON — The University of Wisconsin System and the Wisconsin Technical College System are collaborating more than ever before to serve the citizens of the state, officials from both institutions said Thursday (Nov. 7). The collaborative efforts include several new initiatives, including the development of a transfer contract for students; creation of a new information

  5. 5 percent budget cut could mean enrollment reductions, layoffs

    MADISON — A 5 percent reduction in state funding to the University of Wisconsin System would total nearly $50 million and could result in enrollment cuts of close to 8,000 students and layoffs of almost 1,000 faculty and staff. Those are the results of the UW System’s budget reduction exercise required of all state agencies

  6. Regents review budget-cutting exercise

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents Day One News Summary

    5 percent cut could mean enrollment reductions, layoff A 5 percent reduction in state funding to the University of Wisconsin System would total nearly $50 million and could result in enrollment cuts of close to 8,000 students and layoffs of almost 1,000 faculty and staff. Those are the results of the UW System’s budget reduction

  7. UW System honors 2002 Women of Color Award winners

    MADISON — The University of Wisconsin System Women’s Studies Consortium has announced the winners of the 2002 Women of Color Awards, which recognize contributions from women of color at all levels within the UW System. The 8th annual Women of Color Award winners were honored Saturday, Nov. 2, during a ceremony at the UW System