Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s Dual Attacks On The University Of Wisconsin, Forbes, June 12.
Christine Hartelt: Attacks on UW will have cascade of negative effects, Letter, Capital Times, June 15.
Democracy Campaign’s Matt Rothschild: Ray Cross and Rebecca Blank should resign, Capital Times, June 15.
6 UW System schools to add new master’s degree, WQOW, June 15.
UW-Platteville remembers tornado 1 year later, WISC-TV, June 15.
Tornado Reflections: See new exhibit UW Platteville is holding to mark one-year tornado anniversary, WKOW, June 16.
Snap-on introduces ergonomic industrial wrench developed at UWM, BizTimes, June 15.
Sustainability of WI Beef and Pork Producers: What is done on the farm?, Cattle Network, June 15.
Book relives UW men’s basketball team’s remarkable season, WISC-TV, June 15.
Police commission selects Marquardt, Milton Courier, June 15.
Poultry owners show birds at fair, Superior Telegram, June 16.
UW-Rock County dorm project in limbo, Janesville Gazette, June 16.
UW-La Crosse looking for participants for research study, WKBT, June 15.
UW faculty continue to voice concerns at tenure meeting, Badger Herald, June 15.
The Agenda: It tells you when to drink, Kenosha News, June 15.
UW-Marathon County opens College for Kids, WAOW, June 15.
Wixon’s female food technologists lead workshops for girls, BizTimes, June 15.
UW Students help with brewing “Inaugural Red,” WKOW, June 15.
UW-Extension wants to make sure people preserve food safely, WJFW, June 15.
UW-Madison hires its first wine scientist, Wisconsin State Journal, June 16.
Frac sand towns question whether rules protect them against silica pollution, EnergyWire, June 15.
Columnist: It’s not Scott Walker’s lack of a degree, it’s the attack on UW that makes him unfit, Column, Capital Times, June 15.
Scott Walker’s record as governor is taking some hits this year, Associated Press, June 16.
From Wisconsin to California, the decline of public higher ed continues, Los Angeles Times, June 15.
Drinking is central to college culture – and to sexual assault, Washington Post, June 14.
College students remain deeply divided over what consent actually means, Washington Post, June 14.
Colleges are using big data to identify when students are likely to flame out, Washington Post, June 14.