1. Winners of Regents’ Diversity Awards announced

    The UW System Board of Regents will honor the ninth annual winners of its Regents’ Diversity Awards on February 3 in Madison at the next Regents meeting. These awards recognize individuals and programs that foster access and success for students who are members of historically underrepresented populations. Each winner will receive $5,000 to support professional

  2. Sean P. Nelson Named UW System Vice President for Finance

    University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross announces that Sean P. Nelson has been named UW System’s next Vice President for Finance.  Nelson will begin in his new post on April 17. “At a time when higher education in this country is changing rapidly, Sean brings a unique combination of leadership skills and expertise to

  3. Board of Regents, UW System and Wisconsin Department of Justice Pursue Civil Lawsuit Against Two Former Employees

    The Board of Regents and UW System have asked the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) to pursue civil legal action against former UW-Oshkosh Chancellor Richard Wells and former Vice-Chancellor of Administrative Services and Chief Business Officer (CBO) Thomas Sonnleitner.  Wells and Sonnleitner are being sued­ for improper financial transactions that occurred under the former administration from

  4. Cramer Named UW System Vice President for Administration

    University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross announces that Robert G. Cramer has been named UW System’s next Vice President for Administration. Cramer will begin in his new post on January 28th. “Robert is highly regarded at UW-Platteville and around the state,” says President Cross. “His background and experiences prepare him well for this opportunity to