1. UW hosts national colloquium on teaching and learning for student success

    MADISON- Scholars from across the University of Wisconsin System will join fellow teachers from throughout the country as part of a national effort to improve how university faculty can help college students reach academic success. “Evidence, Impact and Momentum,” the 2006 Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) Colloquium, will be held

  2. Regents: Taxpayer Protection Amendment not in public’s best interest

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents Special Meeting News Summary

    Board opposes policy that would likely mean increased tuition, fewer students MADISON—The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents took a stand Thursday against a proposed constitutional amendment that would hurt student access and affordability by limiting state and local revenue. “We believe the so-called Taxpayer Protection Amendment would force the UW to admit fewer

  3. Regents: Taxpayer Protection Amendment not in public’s best interest

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents Special Meeting News Summary

    Board opposes policy that would likely mean increased tuition, fewer students MADISON—The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents took a stand Thursday against a proposed constitutional amendment that would hurt student access and affordability by limiting state and local revenue. “We believe the so-called Taxpayer Protection Amendment would force the UW to admit fewer

  4. Regents: Taxpayer Protection Amendment not in Wisconsin’s best interest

    Board opposes policy that would likely mean increased tuition, fewer students

    MADISON – The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents took a stand Thursday against a proposed constitutional amendment that would hurt student access and affordability by limiting state and local revenue. “We believe the so-called Taxpayer Protection Amendment would force the UW to admit fewer students, and tuition would have to significantly increase,” said

  5. Taxpayer’s Protection Amendment could mean higher tuition, fewer students, Regents learn

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents March Meeting Day Two News Summary

    MADISON – A proposed constitutional amendment that would limit state spending could force the University of Wisconsin System to drastically increase tuition or severely reduce the number of students it admits each year, the Board of Regents learned on Friday (March 10). Known as the Taxpayer’s Protection Amendment, or TPA, the bill is intended to

  6. University of Wisconsin System “achieves excellence” on many measures

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

    MADISON- The University of Wisconsin System has increased access for Wisconsin high school students, while improving graduation rates for UW students, according to the 2005-06 accountability report, presented the report to the Board of Regents on Thursday during its regular March meeting in Madison. Similar to the way corporations report to their stockholders, the annual

  7. UW System 2005-06 accountability report highlights progress, challenges

    MADISON-The University of Wisconsin System’s latest accountability report, titled “Achieving Excellence” shows that the UW System has increased access for Wisconsin high school students, while improving graduation rates for UW students. UW System President Kevin P. Reilly presented the report to the Board of Regents on Thursday, March 9. Similar to the way corporations report

  8. UW recommends policy affirming resident assistant rights, responsibilities

    MADISON – Resident assistants in the University of Wisconsin System would have the same rights as other students to lead and participate in activities anywhere on campus under a policy recommendation to be considered by the full Board of Regents next week. The proposed systemwide policy, recommended by UW System President Kevin P. Reilly, would