1. Mark A. Mone named new UW-Milwaukee chancellor

    MADISON, Wis. – The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents today approved the appointment of Dr. Mark A. Mone as the next chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Mone has served as the interim chancellor at UW-Milwaukee since May, following the departure of former Chancellor Michael Lovell. He will step into his new leadership

  2. President Cross presents plans to transform how the UW System does business (news summary)

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents December Meeting, Day Two News Summary

    MADISON – President Ray Cross is calling for a series of internal reforms at the University of Wisconsin System, including an outside review of administrative operations and a thorough reexamination of student fees, as part of continuing efforts to more closely align the University with the needs of the state. Cross presented his package of

  3. “News from Around the UW System”

    December 5, 2014 - Report by President Ray Cross to the Board of Regents

    At this time, I would like to share some news from around the UW System. Last month, I had the honor of participating in the investiture of Gary Miller as the sixth Chancellor of UW-Green Bay. It was heartening to see so many community leaders, campus colleagues, university friends, and members of this Board there

  4. President Cross presents plans to transform how the UW System does business

    Proposed reforms to enhance quality and affordability

    MADISON – President Ray Cross is calling for a series of internal reforms at the University of Wisconsin System, including an outside review of administrative operations and a thorough reexamination of student fees, as part of continuing efforts to more closely align the University with the needs of the state. Cross presented his package of

  5. Education Committee considers expanding engineering programs

    University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents December Meeting, Day One News Summary

    MADISON – The Board of Regents’ Education Committee engaged in a broad discussion about the supply and demand for engineers in Wisconsin as well as possible recommendations on how to efficiently and appropriately expand the University of Wisconsin System’s array in engineering. Several chancellors and local business owners presented their cases for and against the