UW System president, former Gov. Thompson, says the proposal is “the biggest threat to in-person classes.”
Wisconsin needs strong schools to attract and maintain a healthy workforce, but the state’s top two research facilities face numerous struggles.
Republican lawmakers also reject Democratic attempt to reign in spending millions of taxpayer dollars on private lawyers.
From faster car chargers to smaller wind turbines, “the way we look at this utility is going to totally change, and it’s going to happen” at UW-Milwaukee and elsewhere.
The number of campuses switching to virtual classes could grow as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.
Sites coming online as cases surge, state records another single-day record of 5,922 positive COVID-19 cases.
Dane County Executive says he has "deep concern," asks UW-Madison officials to send undergraduate students home.