1. Statement on Nontraditional Student Regent

    Kevin P. Reilly, President University of Wisconsin System

    “The addition of a second student member of the Board of Regents offers a unique opportunity for Regents, and all of us in the UW System, to learn more about the needs of nontraditional students. As the former chancellor of UW-Extension, I am particularly interested in ensuring that the UW meets the needs of these

  2. UW System must compete in national market to truly serve Wisconsin

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents December 2005 Meeting Day Two News Summary

    MADISON – In seeking to attract the best and brightest leaders, faculty and staff to the University of Wisconsin System, the state must understand that providing competitive compensation is in the interest of students and Wisconsin citizens, a national expert told the Board of Regents on Friday (Dec. 9). Peter Magrath, president of the National

  3. New financial aid and tuition models could mean more help for low-income students

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents December 2005 Meeting Day One News Summary

    MADISON – A creative, long-term financial aid and tuition plan is among the possibilities the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents may consider to increase access to a UW education, especially for students who come from lower-income families. “For generations of Wisconsinites, the UW has been their best option to a brighter future,” said

  4. Election Experts Guide

    To: Editors, reporters From: Doug Bradley, (608) 262-5061, dbradley@uwsa.edu Re: Elections experts As Wisconsin and the nation prepare for another political season, faculty members from University of Wisconsin System campuses are available to offer context and perspective to news media covering legislative issues and upcoming elections. The following includes contact information and areas of expertise for

  5. Alabama official recommended as UW Colleges and UW-Extension chancellor

    MADISON – David Wilson, vice president for university outreach and associate provost at Auburn University in Alabama, has been recommended to serve as the first chancellor to lead both the statewide University of Wisconsin-Extension and the UW Colleges, which includes 13 freshman-sophomore campuses. UW System President Kevin P. Reilly and the Board of Regents’ Special