1. UW System invites public feedback on strategic planning

    MADISON – Wisconsin residents are invited to participate in an important statewide discussion about how the University of Wisconsin System can help strengthen the state’s communities and its economy. As part of the UW System’s Advantage Wisconsin strategic initiative, UW System will hold public listening sessions on Tuesday, Nov. 27, from 2 to 4 p.m.,

  2. College Access Campaign Launches in Wisconsin

    Local students, First Lady Jessica Doyle and statewide education leaders kickoff KnowHow2GOWisconsin

    MADISON, WI – Middle and high school students joined First Lady Jessica Doyle today at the Allied Drive Boys & Girls Club in Fitchburg to launch the KnowHow2GO campaign. Sponsored nationally by the American Council on Education (ACE), Lumina Foundation for Education and the Ad Council, KnowHow2GO encourages and prepares low-income students in grades 8-10

  3. UW-Whitewater Chancellor Search Committee Named

    MADISON, Wis. – University of Wisconsin System President Kevin P. Reilly today appointed a search committee to assist in identifying a new chancellor for the UW-Whitewater campus. Reilly invited 11 faculty members, four staff members, one academic dean, and two UW-Whitewater students from the campus to serve on the committee. They are joined by two

  4. Regents Reflect on New State Budget, Offer Commitment to Meet Funding Expectations

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

    MADISON – The Regents began their second day with a report from Regent President Mark Bradley.  After Bradley recognized special guests from the Wisconsin Leadership Academy, comprised of faculty and staff from UW Colleges and UW-Extension, he offered recognition of Jesus Salas, and Salas’ contribution to the Regents, and to the Latino community. Bradley then

  5. Regents learn UW System is a leader in national voluntary accountability effort

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

    At its November meeting, the Board of Regents learned more about the UW System’s participation in a new national program designed to provide greater, more uniform accountability information across all public universities and colleges. Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Rebecca Martin told how, in 1993, the UW System became one of the first university

  6. UW System to Launch Voluntary System of Accountability

    More than 12 years after the University of Wisconsin System introduced one of the nation’s first public accountability reports, the system will participate in a new national program designed to provide greater, more uniform accountability across all public universities and colleges. In 1993, the UW System began publishing an annual accountability report for all 26