UW Daily: June 18, 2015

UW System
The top 10 myths about the UW system, Op-ed, On Milwaukee, June 17
The Tenure Apocalypse, Slate, June 17
UW changes contrary to conservative values — Paul Brodwin, Letter, Wisconsin State Journal, June 17

On Campus
Study: UWSP state economic impact tops $420 million, Stevens Point Journal, June 17
When Big Gifts Go To Campus Scholarships, It’s Worth Taking a Closer Look, Inside Philanthropy, June 17
UW-Madison biochemistry fellow seeks solutions to problems of infertility, preterm babies, Wisconsin State Journal, June 18
UW-Madison’s research programs pack punch, Agri-View, June 18
UW-Madison staff say better toilet paper, furloughs, vending changes would pay off, Capital Times, June 18
New Data Science Degree to be Offered at UW-River Falls, River Falls Journal, June 17
New Pewaukee cancer center branded with UW, ProHealth names, Milwaukee Business Journal, June 17
How Student Media are Approaching a Tipping Point on Print, PBS, June 17
Proposed tenure changes create uncertainty for UWSP, Stevens Point Journal, June 17
Wisconsin Small-Farms Tour set, Agri-View, June 18
Engineers find a simple yet clever way to boost chip speeds, Phys.org, June 17
Different D.A. may consider UW Police bike theft ring case, WKOW, June 17
How much would you pay for Badger season tickets?, WMTV, June 17
State’s county fairs offer something for all, Wausau Daily Herald, June 17

Big budget: Scott Walker is up against a deadline on his latest spending plan, Capital Times, June 17
Scott Walker’s latest target: College professors, Politico, June 18

Threats to universities go unheard amid sound and the fury, Times Higher Ed (UK), June 18
How much a college student can earn from a summer job without losing financial aid, Washington Post, June 18
The Watchdogs of College Education Rarely Bite, Wall Street Journal, June 17
Another Challenge on Campus Sexual Assault: Getting Minority Students to Report It, Chronicle of Higher Ed, June 18
Federal Government’s Student-Loan Watchdog Will Step Down, Chronicle of Higher Ed, June 17