1. Supreme Court Decision on University of Michigan Affirmative Action Case

    Statement from Katharine C. Lyall President, University of Wisconsin System

    We are very pleased with the Supreme Court’s decision today on the University of Michigan affirmative action cases. We welcome the court’s decisions that affirmed the compelling educational benefits flowing from a diverse student body. The University of Wisconsin System admission practices and policies follow the same approach as those of the University of Michigan

  2. UW System graduates more than 29,000 students

    MADISON – As the spring commencement season draws to a close, more than 29,000 students have graduated from the University of Wisconsin System during the 2002-03 academic year. These UW System graduates are now prepared to become part of Wisconsin’s workforce, further emphasizing the importance of public higher education to the state’s economy, according to

  3. Regents select new leaders

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents June 2003 Meeting Day Two News Summary

    MILWAUKEE – The UW System Board of Regents selected new leaders on Friday (June 6), electing Toby E. Marcovich of Superior as president and David G. Walsh of Madison as vice president. Marcovich, vice chair of the Regents’ Executive Committee, succeeds Guy A. Gottschalk of Wisconsin Rapids as Regent president. “Thank you for all of

  4. UW System Regents Select New Leaders

    MILWAUKEE – The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents selected new leaders on Friday (June 6), electing Toby E. Marcovich of Superior as president and David G. Walsh of Madison as vice president. Marcovich, vice chair of the Regents’ Executive Committee, succeeds Guy A. Gottschalk of Wisconsin Rapids as Regent president. Marcovich began his

  5. Regent President urges protection of UW budget

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

    MILWAUKEE – The University of Wisconsin System must continue to protect its budget until the final state budget bill is signed, Board of Regents President Guy Gottschalk said Thursday (June 5) at the board’s June meeting at UW-Milwaukee. Cuts to the UW System’s proposed 2003-05 budget did not go any deeper than the governor’s proposal

  6. Remarks on the UW Budget

    Guy Gottschalk, President, UW System Board of Regents

    Before I turn the floor over to President Lyall, I’d like to comment briefly on the current status of state budget deliberations pertaining to the UW. This has been a long and difficult process for all concerned, but we must persevere until the ink is dry on the final budget bill. Our Chancellors were given

  7. UW chosen as national site for research of teaching and learning

    MADISON – The University of Wisconsin System has been selected as a national leader to further strengthen teaching through the enhancement of learning. The UW System will serve as one of 12 national leaders in the American Association of Higher Education Carnegie Academy Campus Program in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. As one of