A Fitchburg family has won a $22.5 million payment from a state malpractice fund in a lawsuit claiming a 6-week-old boy suffered permanent brain damage from oxygen deprivation during surgery at UW Health’s American Family Children’s Hospital.
“This is definitely a near-historic low,” the report's lead author said, referring to Wisconsin's per-pupil spending level for higher education.
Tapping into a growing disparity between resident and non-resident tuition rates and aimed at addressing the state's workforce shortage, the bill allows non-residents graduates to “earn” in-state tuition after graduation.
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Despite the large number of complainants suggesting his behavior toward women was "pervasive and well-known," the report found no evidence she knew of her husband's behavior.
UW-Madison pledged to expand its reach in the growing field of data science with a $20 million gift from American Family Insurance to establish a data science institute on campus.
The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse’s prohibition on plastic straws has reduced the school’s waste output and pushed the campus to be more environmentally conscious, student leaders say.
UW-Madison's Center for Dairy Research is exploring new technology that could change how dairy products are sold.
Officials would not say which, if any, candidates received job offers for the position, one of a handful of key deputies reporting directly to Chancellor Rebecca Blank.
Students and staff at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse have been given more power in booking guest lecturers after the chancellor invited a porn star to speak on campus last November.
Foxconn made the announcement Friday morning at Monona Terrace. Representatives from BMO Financial Group and UW-Madison were also in attendance.
Last spring, the university proposed cutting 13 majors, including history, English and political science in response to a $4.5 million budget deficit, and as part of a push to emphasize what the university described as "high-demand career paths."
"There's a finality to me being there, which I'm going to try to somehow capture without taking it away from the students," Leckrone said of his 45th and final spring concert.
The Teaching Assistants' Association, the oldest graduate student employee union in the U.S., has a long history of fighting for higher wages and fee relief.
UW System Board of Regents president John Robert Behling encouraged the two board members caught up in court challenges to sit with other Regents at Thursday's meeting on UW-Madison's campus.
"We’re getting to the point where the university doesn’t have large enough lecture halls to meet the demand to offer these courses," one of UW-Madison's computer science professors said.
“One of the beautiful things with this job, specifically, is the collaboration with the scientists," Tracy Drier said. "That’s some serious science these guys are doing ... and I get to work with them."