1. Locations of remaining Board of Regents listening sessions

    The specific locations and times for the remaining University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents listening sessions on the proposed 2003-05 state budget have been finalized and are as follows: UW-Stevens Point, Tuesday (March 25), 4-6 p.m., University Center Alumni Room, 1015 Reserve St., Stevens Point. The Alumni Room is on the second floor. UW-Waukesha,

  2. Regents to hold listening sessions on proposed budget cuts

    MADISON – The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents will hold several listening sessions this month to learn how proposed budget cuts could affect UW campuses and the communities in which they are located. Listening sessions will be held in Eau Claire on Tuesday (March 11) and Green Bay on Thursday (March 13). Listening

  3. Budget cuts will have dramatic impact, regents are told

    Board of Regents March 2003 Meeting Day Two News Summary

    MADISON – Tuition increases proposed by Gov. Jim Doyle will still result in a $100 million reduction for the University of Wisconsin System—a reduction that will dramatically affect teaching and learning, the Board of Regents was told Friday. UW System President Katharine C. Lyall said stressed the importance of maintaining the governor’s proposed tuition increase

  4. Remarks to the Board of Regents

    by President Katharine C. Lyall

    UW Personnel Called To Military Duty As our nation anticipates war in Iraq, a number of UW students, faculty, and staff are being called to active duty in the military. I just want to review for you our policies regarding students and employees called to active military duty. Employees called to duty, may, for the

  5. Regents react to governor’s proposed budget cuts

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents March 2003 Meeting Day One News Summary

    MADISON – Members of the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents Thursday (March 6) expressed their deep concern over budget cuts proposed for the university and how those cuts could hinder the UW’s ability to educate students and serve the state in the future. In their first meeting since Gov. Jim Doyle last month

  6. Remarks Introducing 2003-’05 Budget Discussion

    Guy Gottschalk, President UW Board of Regents

    On February 18, Governor Doyle unveiled his state budget proposal for 2003-’05. We recognize the seriousness of the budget constraints facing the state of Wisconsin and we appreciate the difficult job that the Governor and his staff faced in balancing the 2003-05 budget. Furthermore, we expected to be called upon to do our fair share

  7. Remarks to the Board of Regents

    UW System President Katharine C. Lyall

    Since the board met last month, Governor Doyle has taken two budget actions that affect the UW System: first, he directed that state agencies cut a further $161million from current year(2002-03) budgets—the UW’s share of that cut was $6.9 million dollars. The Legislature subsequently increased our portion of the cut to $8.3 million, stipulating that