UW Daily: July 14, 2015

UW System
UW-System universities address state budget signing, WEAU, July 13
UW Extension dealing with state spending cuts, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 13
UW-Superior looks to buyouts, retirements to cover budget cuts, Superior Telegram, July 14
UW-Stevens Point impacted by budget vetoes, WSAU, July 12
UW-Eau Claire discusses budget cut impacts, Video, WQOW, July 10
UW-Eau Claire forum addresses millions in budget cuts, WEAU, July 10
UW-Extension to reduce staff amid $5.2M cut in state funding, WISC TV-3
UW-Extension to cut staff, Kenosha News, July 14
UW-Extension to reduce staff amid $5.2M cut in state funding, Associated Press, July 14
UW System will use cash reserves due to budget cuts, WSAU, July 10
The Withering of a Once-Great State University, Column, Chronicle of Higher Education, July 13

On Campus
Bats, cows and grapes all part of UW Ag Research Field Days, Wisconsin State Journal, July 13
Promotions, tenure for faculty approved by Board of Regents, Dunn County News, July 13
UW-Eau Claire grad Konkol transitioning to life as Division I head coach, Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, July 14
UW study finds violent video games relieve short-term stress, but increase hostility, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 13

State
Scott Walker uses veto power sparingly on K-12 measures, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 13

National
Will other states follow Scott Walker’s lead on weakening teacher tenure?, Christian Science Monitor, July 13
Busy B’s at ‘DARE, Chronicle of Higher Education, July 14
The Workers Who Say ‘Thanks, but No Thanks’ to Jobs, Wall Street Journal, July 14
Money Magazine’s new college rankings finally get it right for students, Washington Post, July 13
High schools are doing away with class rank. What does that mean for college admissions? Washington Post, July 13

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