1. UW System and WiSys announce R&D project funding

    MADISON, Wis. – University of Wisconsin System and the WiSys Technology Foundation announced today that six research and development projects with budgets totaling approximately $500,000 have been approved for funding through the Wisconsin Small Company Advancement Program (WiSCAP). WiSCAP projects are intended to connect the research and development needs of small companies in the state

  2. UW System receives Lumina Foundation grant to expand prior learning assessments for adult students

    MADISON, Wis.— The University of Wisconsin System is expanding its Prior Learning Assessment programming, with the support of an $800,000, four-year grant from Lumina Foundation for Education. Prior Learning Assessment, which is already used in different forms across the UW System, measures the learning a student may have attained outside the classroom through corporate training,

  3. Stafford appointed as UW System’s general counsel

    MADISON, Wis.—University of Wisconsin System President Kevin P. Reilly today announced the appointment of Tomas L. Stafford as the System’s General Counsel. Stafford currently serves as Interim Deputy General Counsel, having worked as a UW System attorney for 10 years. He has represented the university before the Wisconsin Equal Rights Division and the U.S. Bankruptcy

  4. Lovell appointed interim UW-Milwaukee chancellor

    Engineering dean is prepared to provide steady leadership, oversee key projects

    MADISON, Wis. – University of Wisconsin System President Kevin P. Reilly announced today that Michael R. Lovell has agreed to serve as UW-Milwaukee’s Interim Chancellor. Lovell, Dean of the UWM’s College of Engineering and Applied Science since 2008, will step into the new role next month following the departure of Chancellor Carlos Santiago. After consulting