1. ‘Good News’ remarks to the Board of Regents

    UW System President Kevin P. Reilly

    Thank you, President Marcovich. Good morning, everyone. To open my report today, I’d like to turn to UW-Madison Provost Peter Spear, who will introduce a final presentation from our host campus. Peter… [PRESENTATION] Thank you to all. In the past, we did very little to cultivate the next generation of “customers,” and I think you

  2. UW-Madison working to improve local, state and national math and science education, Regents learn

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents meeting

    Day Two News Summary MADISON — The University of Wisconsin-Madison is adding to its list of nationally known contributions through a project to improve the quality of math and science education in schools, the Board of Regents learned Friday as part of a presentation by the host campus for its December meeting. Through a project

  3. UW, WTCS committee suggests steps to expand number of college degrees

    MADISON – A committee representing the state’s two public higher education systems has recommended several ways to increase the number of Wisconsin citizens with bachelor’s degrees, a change that could dramatically improve the state’s economy and job market. The boards of the University of Wisconsin System and the Wisconsin Technical College System this week will

  4. Statement on the departure of UW-Whitewater Chancellor Jack Miller

    Kevin P. Reilly, President University of Wisconsin System “It was announced today that the Connecticut State University System Board of Trustees is expected to name Jack Miller, chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, as the 12th president of Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) during its regularly scheduled meeting this Friday.  While I applaud CCSU for

  5. Statement on the Appointment of WTCS President Dan Clancy

    Kevin P. Reilly, President University of Wisconsin System “On behalf of the entire University of Wisconsin System, I want to extend a warm welcome and congratulations to Dan Clancy, who was selected by the Wisconsin Technical College System Board to serve as the next president of the 16-college system.  The University has already had the