UW Daily: June 24, 2015

UW System
Blank: Why State Lawmakers Must Support Tenure at Public Universities, Column, Chronicle of Higher Education, June 24
Galen McKinley: Scott Walker, Legislature should stop swinging hammers at education, Op-ed, Capital Times, June 23

On Campus
UW researcher’s X-ray project helps map skeleton of galaxy, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 23
A New Alternative to Antibiotics? Modern Farmer, June 24
Invasive jumping worms on the move across state, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 23
Harvey Hall renovation project on schedule for 2016 reopening, WEAU, June 23
UW-Stout: Collaborative, meeting on campus, to push for increased STEM education, WisBusiness, June 23
Professor works to change ageist stereotypes in classes, with book, WisBusiness, June 22
How NASA Used X-Rays to Pinpoint a Distant Star, TIME, June 23
Deer Tick Uptick: Parts of Dane County experience levels 10 times higher than last yearWKOW, June 24
Creator of pink flamingo dies at 79USA Today, June 23

State
Scott Walker’s Latest Crusade Will Hurt Conservatives Like UsPolitico,.com, June 23
Most state employees will see no pay raise for the next two years, WKOW, June 24
Reform regent selection processOp-ed, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 23
Scott Walker, Set for a Bigger Stage, Faces G.O.P. Revolt in WisconsinNew York Times, June 23

National
Why many rape victims don’t fight or yell, Washington Post, June 23
Lower Rates on Student Loans for This Academic Year, New York Times, June 23
Why ‘Vocation’ Isn’t a Dirty Word, Inside Higher Ed, June 24

 

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