Governor Tony Evers today introduced his proposed 2023-25 capital budget to legislators, enumerating a number of University of Wisconsin—Madison building projects in the next two fiscal years.
UW–Madison reacts to Evers biennial budget proposal
Governor Tony Evers announced his proposed budget for the 2023-25 biennium on Wednesday, including an increase in state support for UW System and a compensation plan to help state and university employees keep pace with …
Need for new Engineering building covered in Wisconsin State Journal
The Sunday, February 12, 2023 edition of the Wisconsin State Journal included a front-page article on the need for a new Engineering building at UW–Madison, excerpted below. Read the full article on WSJ’s website. In …
Budget Priorities for a World-Class University
A new engineering building. A compensation plan to attract and retain the best faculty and staff. New investment of state funding to boost the university’s research and academic excellence. Greater flexibility to pursue building and …
Statement from Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin on UW System budget request
“The 2023-25 budget request approved by the UW System Board of Regents is designed to help us build on our success, while keeping tuition affordable, especially for low-income Wisconsin students,” Mnookin said in a statement.
Chancellor Blank reaction to signing of 2021-23 biennial budget
Gov. Tony Evers today announced line-item vetoes and signed the 2021-23 state biennial budget. This concludes the complex process of allocating state taxpayer dollars for the next two fiscal years.
Budget bill passes legislature, heads to governor’s desk
The state Assembly and Senate passed the 2021-23 state budget bill, which will now go to Governor Tony Evers. The legislature’s version of the bill includes a total of $8.25 million in new funding for …
UW System President Thompson statement on pay plan
UW System President Tommy Thompson issued this statement following the Joint Finance Committee’s vote on state employee compensation: “The UW System’s faculty and staff are the best in the country and that has never been …
Chancellor Blank statement on employee pay plan
“We appreciate the action of the Joint Finance Committee to provide a 2 percent pay increase for all state employees, including faculty and staff at UW–Madison, in each of the next two years.”
UW leaders appreciate investment in academic building projects
The legislature’s Joint Finance Committee advanced its version of the state’s 2021-23 capital budget Tuesday, including funding for a new academic facility for the College of Letters & Science at UW-Madison.