Top Stories/UW System

UW-Green Bay Chancellor Leaving, Door County Pulse, Aug. 23



Trump Administration Drops Proposal to Cut Foreign Aid After Intense Debate The New York Times, Aug 23

In a Changing Career Landscape, Employers and Workers Need a New Social Contract for Retraining EdSurge, Aug 23

New Research Alliance Cements Split on AI Ethics Inside Higher Ed, Aug 23

UH receives $50 million gift from anonymous donor The Houston Chronicle, Aug 23

From first-generation graduate to university president: Marlene Tromp steps in at Boise State Idaho Ed News, Aug 23

Op-Ed: America’s colleges and universities are aggressively addressing foreign threats** The Hill, Aug 23

Op-Ed: Hiding the dark parts of our history on campuses is bad for our democracy Washington Post, Aug 23

Op-Ed: The United States Needs Career-Connected Learning to Help High School Graduates Get Jobs Stanford Social Innovation Review, Aug 23

Op-Ed: How the Trump Administration is Holding Back Scientists Washington Post, Aug 23


On Campus

GRB: 1923 Packers stock certificate exceeds expectations at auction, Green Bay Press-Gazette (UW-Green Bay alumnus Chris Nerat quoted), Aug. 22

GRB: How ‘The Startup Hub’ Looks to Boost Entrepreneurship in Green Bay (UW-Green Bay SBDC is a partner), WisconsinInno, Aug. 22


LAX: UW-La Crosse to honor six alumni next month (The UWL Alumni Association will honor six alumni next month for their distinguished service and successful careers.), La Crosse Tribune, Aug. 22

LAX: UW-La Crosse honoring six distinguished alumni (The UWL Alumni Association will honor six alumni next month.) WXOW, Aug. 22
LAX: Alumni Door County Profile: Kat Gebauer
(Gebauer attended UWL where she earned a bachelor of arts degree in arts.), Door County Pulse, Aug. 22


MAD: UW Housing officials get creative with more students on campus, WKOW, Aug 22

MAD: Larval Bees are Omnivores, Shows New Study, Sci-News, Aug 23

MAD: Surprise: Bees Need Meat; Microbes in flowers are crucial to bee diets, and microbiome changes could be starving the insects, Scientific American, Aug 23

MAD: What Happened to All the Walleye up Here?, WXPR, Aug 23

MAD: Corn disease solutions sought at UW’s Arlington research station, Portage Daily Register, Aug 23

MAD: The M List 2019: Evolutionaries, Madison Magazine, Aug 23


MIL: Engagement photos are a relatively new phenomenon, says UWM professor , INSIDER, Aug 22

MIL: UWM at Washington County assistant professor writes on ‘The Hunt’ controversy , Hollywood Reporter, Aug 22

MIL: UWM alum and cancer survivor wins new car after a hole-in-one at charity outing , WISN, Aug 22

MIL: School of Architecture dean collects street art , Milwaukee Magazine, Aug 22


OSH: Finding Balance Together teaches exercises on preventing falls, WBAY, Aug 23

OSH: Program helping elderly population ‘Finding Balance Together’, WRFV, Aug 23

OSH: New teachers hired, Waupaca County News, Aug 22


PRK: Super Saturday: “Picnic in the Park” and “Art of the Car” on Aug. 24, Kenosha News, Aug 22

PRK: UW-Parkside will hold smart city lectures, Kenosha News, Aug 22

PRK: Online program through Parkside leads to bachelor’s degree in business administration, Kenosha News, Aug 22

PRK: In ‘plein’ view: Parkland art professor’s paintings part of faculty exhibition, The News-Gazette, Aug 22

PRK: ‘RAM Artist Fellowship Exhibition 2019’ opens Aug 22, Journal Times, Aug 21

PRK: UWP announces Fall Sports Pass, Kenosha News, Aug 22


RVF: WCMA Applauds Renovation Project, Deli Market News, Aug 23


STO: UW-Stout art students open new gallery space in Menomonie (Gallery 610 was started by two UW-Stout students and an alumnus.), Volume One, Aug 21
STO: UW-Stout launches Esports program (Team is slated to compete in the fall of 2020.), Volume One, Aug 21
STO: Menomonie bookstore keeps indie bookselling alive (Owner Susan Thurin is a UW-Stout professor emeritus of English.), Volume One, Aug 21
STO: New teachers hired (Alumnus Bryce Jaglinski is teaching at the New London School District.), Waupaca County News, Aug 22


SUP: Superior bans conversion therapy (includes quote from UW-Superior psychology professor Eleni Pinnow), Duluth News Tribune, Aug. 22

SUP: Columbus Day has a new name in Superior: Indigenous People’s Day (includes quote from UW-Superior gender and sexuality programs coordinator T. Leeper), Duluth News Tribune, Aug. 22

SUP: Earn Wisconsin Master Naturalist title at Superior class (class offered by the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve, one of four research centers at UW-Superior), Duluth News Tribune, Aug. 22

SUP: CBS 3’s Kristen Vake (UW-Superior alumna), Hometown Focus, Aug. 23


WWT: Local veteran to receive a car from insurance company,, Aug. 23

WWT: UW-Whitewater earns ‘distinction’ honor again, Lake Geneva Regional News, Aug. 21

WWT: 2019-2020 Music Mosaics Series announced, Lake Mills Leader, Aug. 21


Trump Orders Student Loan Forgiveness for Disabled Veterans The New York Times, Aug 22

Even Some College Tends to Pay Off Inside Higher Ed, Aug 22

The New Norm for Back to School: Active-Shooter-Response Training The Chronicle of Higher Education, Aug 22

Meeting a Russian Scientist? He Might Need to Report on You The New York Times, Aug 22

Rural Western States Work Together to Tackle Physician Shortages U.S. News, Aug 22

Parents Gave Up Custody of Their Children to Help Them Get Financial Aid. Now, Some Are Abandoning That Idea. ProPublica Illinois, Aug 22

Florida residents still make up most of the freshmen class at state public universities Fort Myers News-Press, Aug 22

KU researcher charged with failing to disclose conflict of interest with Chinese university KMBC News, Aug 22

Op-Ed: Students on both ends of the economic spectrum face challenges in college The Washington Post, Aug 22

Op-Ed: The Great Student-Loan Scam The Wall Street Journal, Aug 22


On Campus

EAU: Construction Completion: Campus projects at UWEC, UW-Stout wrap up as students return, Volume One, Aug. 21

EAU: UW-Eau Claire Chancellor: Sonnentag project advancing, Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Aug. 21

EAU: Dramatic entrance: Region’s stages offer full slate of varied theater productions (includes UW-Eau Claire productions), Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Aug. 22

EAU: WIIIIIIIIIIIILD RIDE: A look at Odd Humyns’ first artist in residence (Odd Humyns owners and artist are UW-Eau Claire alumni), Volume One, Aug. 21

EAU: 5 Famous Blugolds, Volume One, Aug. 21


GRB: Mai J. Lo Lee of UWGB to Moderate Panel on Campus Cultural Centers, Madison365, Aug 22

GRB: Poetry Slam returns to Kathie’s Stage Door Pub during Manitowoc Art Slam weekend (featuring UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Jessica Lyn Van Slooten), Herald Times Reporter, Aug. 20

GRB: New Presidents or Provosts: Belmont College (Ohio), Empire State College, Everett CC, Hastings College, Ottawa U-Arizona, Tallahassee CC, University of North Carolina Asheville, University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Washington State U, Winthrop U; Inside Higher Ed; Aug. 21

GRB: UWGB’s Jessica Lindstrom enjoys dominant first pro season, Green Bay Press Gazette, Aug. 19

GRB: A look at loans: Student debt task force hopes to help people with hefty student loans (UW-Green Bay student quoted), Fox 11, Aug. 21


LAX: Kleinschmidt new associate principal at MHS(New administrator holds a degree from UWL.), HNGnews, Aug. 21
LAX: Inbox: They’re gonna call it
 (Former UWL player Tom Newberry referred to in Division III discussion of top players.),, Aug. 22
LAX: Mai J. Lo Lee of UWGB to Moderate Panel on Campus Cultural Centers
 (Lee holds a master’s degree in education from UWL.) Madison365, Aug. 22


MAD: As ‘Nails’ Tales’ sculpture removed, community and art experts debate its artistic value, Wisconsin State Journal, Aug 22

MAD: Genetic risks revealed by artificial intelligence study at UW, Marshfield Clinic, Wisconsin State Journal, Aug 22

MAD: Coach Chryst: Quintez Cephus practices with team, first time since reinstated as student, Wisc-TV, Aug 22

MAD: Crystal Mason Was One Of Thousands Who Cast A Provisional Ballot. She Was The Only One Prosecuted For A Crime., Huffington Post, Aug 22

MAD: Decrease anxiety in kids and parents before school starts, NBC-15, Aug 22

MAD: What’s Republicans’ Problem With College?, The Atlantic, Aug 22


MIL: UWM professor’s devices could revolutionize stroke rehab , Wisconsin Muslim Journal, Aug 20

MIL: Professors offer advice as UWM students prepare for the new school year , Fox 6 Now, Aug 20

MIL: Vice president of UWM Student Association talks about free speech policies on UW campuses , Milwaukee Independent, Aug 20

MIL: UWM offers supply chain management track through both bachelor’s and master’s degrees , BizTimes, Aug 20


OSH: Things to do in Event City, The Oshkosh Northwestern, Aug 21

OSH: RAM Artist Fellowship Exhibition 2019 opens Aug. 22, The Journal Times, Aug 21


PLT: Concert preview: Country music double-header to headline UW-P’s Welcome Back Concert, Telegraph Herald, Aug 21

PLT: 3 Tips for Marketing Sheep and Goats, Equity Livestock, Aug 21

PLT: Producer Highlight- Stroh Family Long Time Patrons of Equity, Equity Livestock, Aug 21

PLT: Geimer honored posthumously for service to Baraboo campus, WiscNews, Aug 21

PLT: UW-Baraboo panel delays decision to waive residency limitation on citizen seat, WiscNews, Aug 21

PLT: Sauk Prairie veterans look back on Vietnam, WiscNews, Aug 21


PRK: Root River Environmental Education Community Center open (The REC is a partnership between the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and the City of Racine, with a mission is to provide community members with opportunities to explore the Great Lakes and connected ecosystems through recreation, education, demonstration and research), Journal Times, Aug 22

PRK: A musical night (The final Twilight Jazz concert for the season at the Kemper Center, featured the UW-Parkside Reunion Big Band playing big band classics), Kenosha News, Aug 22


RVF: WCMA Cheers Progress on UW-River Falls Dairy Pilot Plant Renovation, Hoard’s Dairyman, Aug 21

RVF: Home away from home: migrant ministry at Cumberland, Ashland Daily Press, Aug 22


STO: UW-Stout repurposes 900 dorm mattresses (Wood, steel, fabric and foam separated and recycled from mattresses.), Leader-Telegram, Aug 22
STO: Royal Credit Union testing new interactive game teaching financial literacy (UW-Stout senior Logan Myhre comments on the game.), WEAU TV 13, Aug 21
STO: Local teacher denied student loan forgiveness 4 times despite meeting requirements (Crystal Zastrow is a UW-Stout alumna.), WSAW TV 7, Aug. 21

STO: Construction completion (UW-Stout’s North Hall and Merle M. Price Commons are newly renovated.), Volume One, Aug. 21
STO: Madison-based Design Concepts changes name to Delve to better suit vision (Dave Wendt, the founder of Delve, is a UW-Stout alumnus.), Wisconsin State Journal, Aug. 21

STO: Dramatic entrance: Region’s stages offer full slate of varied theater productions (UW-Stout Theatre will perform “The Elephant Man” and “Godspell” this season.), Leader-Telegram, Aug. 21
STO: The ‘Mind’s Eye’ opens in sublime landscapes of Ben Bauer, elegantly capturing light playing in darkness (Ben Bauer is a UW-Stout alumnus.), Forbes, Aug. 21
STO: Storm sign defenseman (Mathia Ahman last played in college at UW-Stout.), Quad-City Times, Aug. 21


SUP: University of Wisconsin-Superior begins prep for students, Fox 21, Aug. 21

SUP: Waldvogel sets book signings (UW-Superior graduate), Rice Lake Chronotype, Aug. 21


Borrowing Rates for Older Students Have Surged Inside Higher Ed, Aug 21

The ‘Mind-Set List,’ a Whimsical Reminder of Generational Change on Campuses, Gets a New Home The Chronicle of Higher Education, Aug 21

Online Education Start-Up, Backed by Research University Credit Inside Higher Ed, Aug 21

Arizona colleges move to extend tuition rate for immigrants Associated Press, Aug 21

University of Alaska regents vote to end financial exigency Alaska Public Media, Aug 21

SIU has big, little ways of helping first-year students succeed The Southern Illinoisan, Aug 21

State of the University: Bodnar says UM must be ‘flagship for America’s future’ Missoula Current, Aug 21

Op-Ed: Free college is likely to provide an economic boost — for middle-class families more than poor students The Hechinger Report, Aug 21


On Campus

EAU: Overdose numbers fall, but problem persists (opioid crisis was focus of conference at UW-Eau Claire), Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Aug. 21

EAU: Collaborative meeting to battle opioid epidemic (UW-Eau Claire is partner in education on crisis), WEAU 13 News, Aug. 20


MAD: Second Harvest Food Bank testing an online ordering system at UW-Madison, The Daily Cardinal, Aug 20

MAD: Youngest student at UW-Madison, at 13 years old, to host STEM camp next week, WISC-TV, Aug 21

MAD: Pulling ‘Nails” – UW landmark being removed, Wisconsin Radio Network, Aug 21

MAD: Celebrating 40 years of legendary flamingo prank at UW-Madison, NBC-15, Aug 21

MAD: A cause for celebration for some, concern for others: Community reacts to Cephus’ return as Badger, WISC-TV, Aug 21

MAD: Second Harvest Food Bank testing an online ordering system at UW-Madison, Daily Cardinal, Aug 21

MAD: Participating in lifelong learning brings purpose to life’s later years, Daily Cardinal, Aug 21

MAD: “I was on the plane just bouncing around.” Cephus reacts to readmission, Madison365, Aug 21

MAD: Wisconsin’s Brain Drain Beyond the Numbers, Daily Cardinal, Aug 21

MAD: Exercise May Boost Mood for Women With Depression. Having a Coach May Help., New York Times, Aug 21

MAD: Will climate change cause more severe flooding?, WISC-TV, Aug 21


MIL: UWM associate professor writes on supporting black women’s fight against sexual abuse , Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Aug 20

MIL: UWM grad opens new Mitchell Street art gallery  , Urban Milwaukee, Aug 20

MIL: Wisconsin’s Most Powerful Latinos list includes UWM grads , Madison 365, Aug 20

MIL: UWM alumni win at Wilson Center Guitar Festival competition , Broadway World, Aug 20

MIL: Wisconsin dairy has $46.5 billion impact, UWM research finds , The Bullvine, Aug 20

MIL: Motorized scooters not allowed on UWM campus , WDJT, Aug 20


OSH: Fox Cities Marathon: One month until ready, set go!, WBAY, Aug 21

OSH: Thursday Night Lights turns 10 (televised football game between UWO and UW-Whitewater mentioned), Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Aug 21

OSH: Waupun Chamber of Commerce extends Despres’ role as director, Daily Citizen, Aug 21

OSH: Leavitts to lead United Way fundraising campaign for 2019, Oshkosh Herald (P5), Aug 21

OSH: UW-Oshkosh to honor 1994 baseball champs, Oshkosh Herald (P15), Aug 21

OSH: Community Events, Oshkosh Herald (P13), Aug 21


PLT: People, cows both important at dairy


PRK: Developing New Plays, Bringing Them to the Public with Br!NK! (The week-long Br!NK New Play Festival will initially be touring the region Sept. 3-6, visiting Arts @ Large, UW-Whitewater, UW-Parkside and Woodland Pattern Book Center in Milwaukee’s Riverwest neighborhood), Shepherd Express, Aug 20

PRK: Racine cellist, 22, splits time between classical quartet, Well-Known Strangers (Cameron Fair, who plans to graduate from UW-Parkside in 2020 with a degree in music performance, joined Betsy Ade and the Well-Known Strangers last summer around the same time he and three other Parkside students from the Brandgás String Quartet), Kenosha News, Aug 20


RVF: With textbooks that can run $150, universities are trying to come up with plans to ease costs, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Aug 20


STO: Value Colleges releases ranking of the Best Value Education Degree programs (UW-Stout is part of the list.), Jackson City Room, Aug 13
STO: Vaping prevention: Stipends awarded to Wisconsin organizations (UW-Stout is collaborating to address the issue of vaping.), Wisconsin Health News, Aug 6
STO: Jefferson school board to discuss athletic complex (UW-Stout alumnus Keith Kohls to be hired as a technology education teacher.), Daily Jefferson County Union, Aug 9
STO: A slice of the American dream: First-year food truck comes to the Dakota County Fair (Co-owner Kurt Anderson is a UW-Stout alumnus.), Sun This Week, Aug 6
STO: 35 top value marketing online degree programs (bachelor’s) 2019 (UW-Stout is ranked No. 26.), Dallas Affordable Schools, Aug 20
STO: UW-Whitewater picked to win WIAC football title (UW-Stout is picked to finish fifth in the conference.), Red Wing Rivertowns, Aug 20
STO: Things you didn’t know about Nate Stanley (Stanley’s father was a UW-Stout assistant women’s basketball coach.), West Lafayette Exponent, Aug 19
STO: Wisconsin legislators seek to insert their authority into free speech policies on UW campuses (A new bill memo says UW-Stout and other campuses have had free speech-related issues.), Milwaukee  Independent, Aug 21
STO: New teachers welcomed to Antigo district (Cora Dobrinska and Drew Pearson are UW-Stout alumni.), Antigo Daily Journal, Aug 20


STP: Finding the best way to pay back your student loans, WSAW, Aug. 20


SUP: Community gets inside look at UW-Superior’s ballast water treatment facility, WDIO, Aug. 20

SUP: Great Outdoors: University of Wisconsin-Superior ballast water treatment facility, Fox 21, Aug. 20


WWT: Whitewater alumnus Lake Bachar’s minor-league baseball team is going all out with custom jerseys to support dad’s cancer fight, Journal Sentinel, Aug. 13

WWT: UW-Whitewater picked to win WIAC football title,, Aug. 20

Top Stories/UW System

Guilfoile takes over as interim chancellor at UW-Stout, The Dunn County News, Aug. 18



Majority of Republicans have negative view of higher ed, Pew finds, Inside Higher Ed, Aug 20

Historic Rise of College-Educated Women in Labor Force Changes Workplace The Wall Street Journal, Aug 20

Women in STEM college programs under attack for male discrimination Los Angeles Times, Aug 20

Persistent Partisan Breakdown on Higher Ed Inside Higher Ed, Aug 20

‘Free College’ a Tough Sell Even in State With Highest Student Debt Bloomberg, Aug 20

Report: Judging Colleges by How Much Recent Graduates Earn Is a Misleading Metric EdSurge, Aug 20

Streamlining the Transfer Process Inside Higher Ed, Aug 20

WSU students start classes Monday with a bit of good news: Student debt in Washington is lower than in many states The Spokesman-Review, Aug 20

New University of Memphis program seeks to increase graduation rate for black male students Memphis Commercial Appeal, Aug 20


On Campus

EAU: The Stowe Family Arch is installed at UW-Eau Claire as one of the final pieces to the Garfield Avenue Redevelopment Project, WEAU 13 News, Aug. 19


GRB: Glass Storm: A Survivor’s Story (co-authored by alumna Mary Lovell), WeAreGreenBay, Aug 19


LAX: Encore announced for “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” (Department of Theatre Arts will present an encore performance of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.”) La Crosse Tribune, Aug. 19


MAD: A cause for celebration for some, concern for others: Community reacts to Cephus’ return as Badger, WISC-TV, Aug 20

MAD: UW reinstates Quintez Cephus; playing again for Badgers depends on clearing ‘eligibility issues’, Wisconsin State Journal, Aug 19

MAD: ‘I understand why the decision was made’: Advocate responds to Cephus reinstatement at UW, Cap Times, Aug 19

MAD: Nails’ Tales sculpture coming down Wednesday, UW-Madison says, Wisconsin State Journal, Aug 19

MAD: One year after historic rains, flooding from below, Wisconsin State Journal, Aug 20


MIL: UWM prof talks about study of eye tracking and lie detection, Voice of America, Aug 19

MIL: UWM athletic director part of youth fundraiser, Milwaukee Business Journal, Aug 19

MIL: Tuition ‘promise’ program challenging for UWM, WUWM, Aug 19

MIL: Data Science Institute called one way to attract tech talent, BizTimes, Aug 19

MIL: UWM emeritus prof talks about overhaul of teacher certification, Milton Courier, Aug 19


OSH: ISSRM symposium at UWO featured, Oshkosh Independent, Aug 19

OSH: Addiction story quote UWO PD Chief Leibold, Fox11, Aug 19
OSH: Former UWO professor John Schaefer passes, State Journal, Aug 19

OSH: Jacksonville, NC, student named to UWO honor roll,, Aug 19

OSH: Corvallis, OR; Corvallis resident named to UWO dean’s list, Gazette Times, Aug 19
OSH: New prosecutor Lisa Rowe in Oconto County taught at UW-FDL and UW-Fox Cities, Green Bay Press Gazette, Aug 19

OSH: Explores state of journalism and work done by UWO professor Miles Maquire, Oshkosh Independent, Aug 19


PLT: Ceremony to honor man ‘influential in growing’ UW-P’s Pioneer Farm, Telegraph Herald, Aug 19

PLT: John Dixon’s legacy at Manitowoc Lincoln lives on five years after his passing, Herald Times Reporter, Aug 19


PRK: New Waubesa principal makes move from middle school (Corey Shefchik, a UW-Parkside alumnus, is now Waubesa Intermediate School’s new principal), Sun Prairie Star, Aug 19


STO: Guilfoile takes over as interim chancellor at UW-Stout (Patrick Guilfoile was appointed in March when Chancellor Emeritus Bob Meyer announced his retirement.), Dunn County News, Aug 19
STO: Twin scientists advance understanding of PV windows (Vincent Wheeler is a UW-Stout assistant professor in engineering and technology.), National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Aug 19

STO: Colleges that spent far less or more on instruction than they brought in from tuition and fees, 2016-18 (UW-Stout is No. 359 on the list of four-year public institutions.), Chronicle of Higher Education, Aug 18

STO: Somerset Republican announces bid for Senate District 10 seat (Cherie Link has a child who attends UW-Stout.), Rivertowns, Aug 19
STO: Things you didn’t know about Nate Stanley (Stanley’s father was a UW-Stout assistant women’s basketball coach.), Wilson Post, Aug 19
STO: From the files (In 2009, UW-Stout employees sent 765 pounds of books to the Republic of Korea.), Dunn County News, Aug 19


STP: Here’s what you should ask yourself before taking out student loans (features Mandy Slowinski, director of UW-Stevens Point Financial Aid and Scholarships), WSAW, Aug. 19


WWT: Welcome aboard,, Aug. 19

WWT: Ed Lawson: In the Army, he learned to take care of others, Waunakee Tribune, Aug. 19

WWT: Study Discovers Localized Standards Lead to More Diverse Gifted Education Programs, The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, Aug. 19

Top Stories/UW System

Require UW student to vote on building projects — Mark Steingraeber, Wisconsin State Journal, Aug 16

Wisconsin State Legislature introduces bill protecting free speech on UW campuses, Badger Herald, Aug 19



At This Rate, It Will Take 100 Years to Pay Off America’s Student Debt Bloomberg Businessweek, Aug 19

The quantum revolution is coming, and Chinese scientists are at the forefront The Washington Post, Aug 19

Trump Administration Plans to Give Huawei More Time to Work With U.S. Customers The Wall Street Journal, Aug 19

Trump appoints student loan industry executive to be top loan watchdog PBS, Aug 19

Court Victory for Foreign Students Enrolled in Fake College Inside Higher Ed, Aug 19

Fight Over For-Profit Colleges’ Funding Centers on Veterans The Wall Street Journal, Aug 19

Has Admissions Changed Since the Scandal? Inside Higher Ed, Aug 19

Morgan State to build more on-campus housing in effort to address strong growth, improve security The Baltimore Sun, Aug 19

How UT Dallas evolved from a small research center into one of the fastest-growing universities in just 50 years Dallas News, Aug 19

Mom sought 4-year college program for learning disabled son, then helped A&M create one Austin American-Statesman, Aug 19

Op-Ed: Two factors keep ‘new gen’ students from attending college. Here’s how to address them Los Angeles Times, Aug 19


On Campus

EAU: Sí Se Puede 2019: Wisconsin’s 34 Most Powerful Latinos, Part 1 (list includes UW-Eau Claire alum Catherine Emmanuelle), Fox Valley 365, Aug. 19

EAU: French lawn game finds fans in Eau Claire (Petanque taught at UW-Eau Claire Senior Americans Day), Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Aug. 18

EAU: Astronomy Update: The Eau Claire Planet Walk (downtown feature created by UW-Eau Claire student and professor in 2013), Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Aug. 17


GRB: Capitol Civic Center Community Chorale Unveils Dates and Information, Lakeshore News, Aug. 18

GRB: Get 2 the Point: Phuture Phoenix program helps students dream, WBAY, Aug. 13

GRB: BBB: College students look out for scams (UW-Green Bay student quoted), Fox 11, Aug. 16

GRB: Rare 1923 Green Bay Packers stock certificate up for auction (UW-Green Bay alumnus Chris Nerat quoted), Green Bay Press-Gazette, Aug. 16

GRB: Poetry Slam returns to Kathie’s Stage Door Pub during Art Slam Weekend (featuring UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Jessica Lyn Van Slooten), Lakeshore News, Aug. 16


LAX: The president and the economy (UW-La Crosse political analyst Tim Dale address candidates and what they need to do to attract interest in their campaigns.) WXOW, Aug. 16

LAX: Waupaca hires Jenson (30-year-old Aaron Jenson, who graduated from Waupaca High School in 2007 and UWL in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in recreation management, is new city administrator.) Waupaca County News, Aug. 16

LAX: Campus Connection: UW-La Crosse Alum part of top Army team  y (UW-La Crosse 2017 graduate Alastair Keys and partner place second in grueling competition.), La Crosse Tribune, Aug. 18


MAD: ‘A rock and a hard place’: UW-Madison weighs whether to readmit Quintez Cephus, State Journal, Aug 18

MAD: Madison College students prepare to transfer to four-year college through biotechnology internship, WISC-TV, Aug 18

MAD: Memorial Union Terrace celebrates LGBTQ Pride for first time, WISC-TV, Aug 19

MAD: As Free College Tuition ‘Promise’ Programs Grow, What About Wisconsin?, UWWM, Aug 19

MAD: Know Your Madisonian: Singing nurse meets patients where they are emotionally, Wisconsin State Journal, Aug 19

MAD: UW Med Flight shows off new base in Portage, WKOW, Aug 19


MIL: UWM economist talks about link between psychology and interest rates, Fortune, Aug 16

MIL: UWM physicist talks about the search for gravitational waves, WUWM, Aug 16

MIL: UWM student government member talks about campus speech proposal, Wisconsin Public Radio, Aug 16

MIL: UWM student teaching kids how to play the trumpet, NBC26, Aug 16

MIL: UWM to host meeting on managing Lake Michigan fishery, Kewaunee County Comet, Aug 16

MIL: UWM architecture historian helps Superior identify historically significant buildings, Superior Telegram, Aug 16

MIL: WEDC awards nearly $1 million to UWM-led Freshwater Collaborative, Connected Systems Institute, BizTimes, Aug 16

MIL: Professionally recorded UWM concert a key part of new Replacements box set, Radio Milwaukee, Aug 16


OSH: Lori Palmieri, UWO grad and Oshkosh mayor, on Wisconsin Most Powerful Latinos list, Madison 365, Aug. 19

OSH: Rhinelander, form UWO Dir of Environment Studies David Barnhill leading movement, WXPR Radio, Aug. 16

OSH: Mary Bayorgeon, Past President of Learning In Retirement at UWO on panel, Milwaukee Independent, Aug. 19

OSH: Bike like Mike event at UWO Oshkosh Herald, P. 11, Aug 14

OSH: UWO FDL campus hosts DOT meeting, KFIZ Radio, Aug. 19


PLT: Know your Madisonian: Singing nurse meets patients where they are emotionally, Wisconsin State Journal, Aug 16
PLT: Beaver Dam woman crowned fairest of the fair, Wis Dells Times, Aug 16


PRK: Snapshot: Bike cop serves community through enforcement, public relations, (Office Rusten Sheskey has been with the city for six and a half years, and with UW-Parkside PD for three year before that), Kenosha News, Aug 16


RVF: Pierce County officially bugged by emerald ash borer; Prescott preparing to react, River Towns, Aug 17


STO: People to Watch: Todd Wanek (Wanek, president and CEO of Ashley Furniture Industries, is a UW-Stout alumnus.), Homeworld Business, Aug 19

STO: UW-Stout: Technology, design students win best presentation award at Ice Vision Hackathon (The competition was held in Moscow.), Dunn County News, Aug 16
STO: Stepping Up: A healthy community (UW-Stout is part of the Health Dunn Right coalition.), Chippewa Falls Herald, Aug 16

STO: Paranormal researcher coming to La Crosse library to share stories of alien encounters (Chad Lewis is a UW-Stout alumnus.), La Crosse Tribune, Aug 15
STO: Notebook: Aikido seminar comes to Elk River, Filipiak sisters win MGA event (Abbey and Alexa Filipiak will play their senior seasons of golf at UW-Stout.), Star News, Aug 15

STO: Twining hired as LSC webmaster (Mike Twining is a UW-Stout alumnus.), Business North, Aug 18
STO: Link campaign: Announces her candidacy for the 10th Senate District (Cherie Link has a child attending UW-Stout.), Wisconsin Politics, Aug 18
STO: Express found success despite heartbreaking finale (UW-Stout’s Brad Rindfleisch plays for the team.), Leader-Telegram, Aug 17


WWT: The 50 best college football programs over 150 years, ESPN, Aug. 16

WWT: Hello, My Name is Marijuana Pepsi!,, Aug. 19
WWT: New director takes charge at Young Auditorium,, Aug. 19

WWT: Return to Russia: Man seeks to build cultural bridges, Janesville Gazette, Aug. 17