UW Daily: March 11, 2015

UW System
UW System chief brings plainspoken style to ‘impossible job’, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, March 10
$8,000 monthly consultant is helping Cross with UW budget, management, and changes, Media Milwaukee, March 10

On Campus
UW-Madison academic staff opposes public authority for UW System without further study, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, March 10
UW-Madison¹s No. 5 vet school ranking could provide fuel for tuition hike, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, March 10
UW-L looking to cut vacant positions, grow enrollment to bridge budget cuts, La Crosse Tribune, March 10
UW-La Crosse holds public forum to discuss budget, WKBT, March 10
UW holds steady, Marquette drops in latest US News law school rankings, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, March 10
UW-Madison police seize 600 possibly stolen bicycles, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, March 10
UW researchers create music for cats, Channel 3000, March 10
Johnson photography exhibit to open at UW-Parkside, Racine Journal-Times, March 10

State
Legislature fast-tracking school accountability ‘pause bill,’ Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, March 10
Assembly Republicans moving ahead with sanctions for schools, Channel 3000, March 10

National
What Obama¹s ‘Student Aid Bill of Rights’ will – and won’t – do, Chronicle of Higher Ed, March 11
New evidence sheds light on why some borrowers struggle to repay student loans, Chronicle of Higher Ed, March 11
Obama puts focus on federal student loan servicers, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel (AP), March 10
Student loans viewed differently than other debt, study finds, Inside Higher Ed, March 11
 

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