1. New program to enhance research and development on UW System campuses

    MADISON — The WiSys Technology Advancement Grant (WiTAG), aimed at stimulating inventions from faculty at UW System campuses, was approved recently by the Board of Directors for WiSys and Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF). UW System President Kevin P. Reilly and Carl Gulbrandsen, managing director of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, made the announcement June

  2. Statement on Board of Regents Commitment to Transparency

    David G. Walsh, President, Board of Regents

    “In response to comments about news media made by Regent Tom Loftus on Friday (June 9), I want to make it perfectly clear that the Board of Regents and the University of Wisconsin System are committed to openness and transparency. “Individual regents are welcome to voice their own opinions, but the Board, UW System Administration

  3. Regents praise UW-Milwaukee’s vision for the future

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

    MILWAUKEE-The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee earned praise from the UW System Board of Regents on Friday (June 9) for a serious-minded growth agenda for the campus that will mark the campus and the city of Milwaukee as crucial elements in Wisconsin’s future development. “UW-Milwaukee is looking forward to an exciting and vibrant research agenda that is

  4. UW-Milwaukee delivers plans for growth in research, access, Wisconsin’s economy

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

    MILWAUKEE – With the backing of four corporate and community leaders, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Chancellor Carlos E. Santiago on Thursday made the case for additional state resources to the UW System Board of Regents. The chancellor’s presentation, “Delivering Access and Economic Growth through Research,” focused on three key points: UWM is essential to the economic