UW Daily: July 31, 2015

On Campus
Lubars give $10 million for new UW-Milwaukee Entrepreneurship Center, TMJ4, July 30
$10M gift to UWM will be used to establish Lubar Center for Entrepreneurship, Fox 6, July 30
Don’t snicker — famed UW course chews over science of candy, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 31
Photos: Creating confections at the UW ‘candy school’, Capital Times, July 31
Weather great for day on lake, but how’s the water? New website tells you, Wisconsin State Journal, July 30
Admissions appeals process for athletic recruits may change, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 30
Students from LAKES project to present summer research Aug. 5, Dunn County News, July 30
Monsanto Roundup Ready Soybean Patent Expiration Ushers in Generic GMOs, MIT Technology Review, July 30
New director takes helm of Main Street Menomonie, Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, July 31
Madison considers allowing bee hives in employment districts, Milwaukee Business Journal, July 31

National
Pell Grants for Prisoners? A Limited Program Sparks Hope for Broader Change, Chronicle of Higher Education, July 31
3 Things to Know About Higher Education in Prisons, Chronicle of Higher Education, July 31
Making Work-Study Work, Inside Higher Ed, July 31
That ‘Useless’ Liberal Arts Degree Has Become Tech’s Hottest Ticket, Forbes, August 17, 2015 issue
Many Colleges Have Armed Police Squads, But Are They Worth The Risk?, NPR News, July 30
Feds announce new experiment: Pell grants for prisoners, Washington Post, July 31
Law Schools Fight Bar Association Over How Graduates’ Jobs Are Counted, Wall Street Journal, July 30
White House Plan To Let Inmates Access Pell Grants Earns Praise From Reform Advocates, WPR, July 30

 

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