1. Board of Regents urges funding for student veterans and financial aid programs

    MADISON-The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents on Friday encouraged the state of Wisconsin to support programs that would assist veterans and students from low-income backgrounds as part of the state’s 2007-09 biennial budget. The Board approved resolutions Friday to support the proposed Hold Harmless Tuition Grant and the Veterans’ Tuition Grant. Funding for

  2. Board of Regents votes to divest UW funds from companies in Sudan

    MADISON-The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System on Friday voted to prevent university funds from being invested with companies that support or abet acts of genocide in the country of Sudan. “This is the right decision if we are to be humanitarian and responsible stewards of university funds,” said Regent Charles Pruitt.

  3. Grants for student veterans, financial aid win Regent support

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents Day Two News Summary August 2006

    MADISON-The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents on Friday encouraged the state of Wisconsin to support programs that would assist veterans and students from lower-income backgrounds as part of the state’s 2007-09 biennial budget. The Board approved resolutions Friday in support of a proposed Hold Harmless Tuition Grant and the Veterans’ Tuition Grant. Funding

  4. Lt. Governor Barbara Lawton’s remarks to the UW Board of Regents

    Thank you, President Reilly, for your gracious welcome and for the opportunity to enrich the Board of Regents’ understanding of this exciting initiative and its potential impact on the UW System. You set it all in motion when you accepted the invitation for Wisconsin to become the first official pilot state for Liberal Education and

  5. UW System launches “Growth Agenda for Wisconsin”

    Board of Regents urges state to reinvest in public university in 2007-09

    MADISON—The University of Wisconsin System would use reinvestment from the state to graduate more students, attract more college graduates to Wisconsin, and help grow knowledge-economy jobs for Wisconsin under the 2007-09 biennial budget request approved Thursday by the Board of Regents. “This is a dramatic and important turning point for the university,” said Board of

  6. “Growth Agenda for Wisconsin” tops UW budget request

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

    Board of Regents urges state to reinvest in public university in 2007-09 MADISON—The University of Wisconsin System would use reinvestment from the state to graduate more students, attract more college graduates to Wisconsin and help grow knowledge-economy jobs for Wisconsin under the 2007-09 biennial budget request approved Thursday by the Board of Regents. “This is