1. Lyall announces finalists in UW-Stevens Point chancellor search

    MADISON—University of Wisconsin System President Katharine C. Lyall today announced the names of the finalists for the position of chancellor at UW-Stevens Point. The names have been forwarded to the Board of Regents’ Special Committee for the UW- Stevens Point Chancellor Search, chaired by Regent Roger E. Axtell, which will interview the finalists in Madison

  2. Committee names finalists in UW-Milwaukee chancellor search

    MADISON – University of Wisconsin System President Katharine C. Lyall today announced the names of the finalists for the position of chancellor at UW-Milwaukee. The names have been forwarded to the Board of Regents’ Special Committee for the UW-Milwaukee Chancellor Search, chaired by Regent Jose Olivieri, which will interview the finalists in Madison on Feb.

  3. UW System prepares for next budget cycle

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents February 2004 Meeting Day Two News Summary

    Findings from the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents’ study of the university’s future will help shape the university’s 2005-07 state budget request, which must be submitted to the state in just six months, UW System president Katharine C. Lyall said Friday (Feb. 6.) During the second day of the Board of Regents’ February

  4. 2005-07 Biennial Budget Planning

    Remarks to the Board of Regents Katharine C. Lyall, President University of Wisconsin System

    Although we are not yet through the first year of the 2003-05 biennium, we need to begin the process of developing the 2005-07 Biennial Budget because the state statute requires us to submit a request to the Department of Administration in September of 2004; that leaves just five more Board meetings to formulate this request.

  5. 2003 UW System Accountability Report

    Remarks to the Board of Regents Katharine C. Lyall, President University of Wisconsin System

    This is the 11th Systemwide Accountability Report, marking more than a decade of public reporting to the university’s stakeholders. The UW System was the first in the nation to dosystemwide reporting; we continue to be a model for many other states in their efforts. The UW System has multiple stakeholders: the taxpayers of Wisconsin, the

  6. Universities must transform to meet fiscal challenges

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents February 2004 Meeting Day One News Summary

    A leading higher education expert and former UW chancellor says colleges and universities must plan proactively to transform their institutions in response to challenging economic times. Alan E. Guskin, former chancellor at UW-Parkside and president emeritus at Antioch University, spoke to the UW System Board of Regents during its February meeting that began Thursday morning

  7. UW System President Katharine Lyall Announces Retirement

    MADISON—University of Wisconsin System President Katharine C. Lyall announced her retirement at a press conference in Madison today (Feb. 4), marking the end of one of the longest and most productive presidencies in the history of the UW System. Lyall, 62, said she would stay until her replacement arrives or until Sept. 1, 2004, at

  8. UW System accountability report highlights progress, challenges

    MADISON—The University of Wisconsin System’s latest accountability report outlines progress the university has made over the past year in serving students and the state but also highlights challenges related to decreased state funding. UW System President Katharine C. Lyall will present the report, titled “Achieving Excellence,” to the Board of Regents at 1 p.m. Thursday