UW System Clipsheet
September 2, 2005
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"UW offers hurricane aid to students," Capital Times, Sept. 1.
Chancellor John Wiley announces UW-Madison's efforts to help students affected by the hurricane get back on track.
"Displaced collegians sort out their lives," Associated Press, Sept. 2.
Several UW System campuses open their doors to students who will be forced to transfer because of southern universities torn apart by Hurricane Katrina.
Related: "College life flooded with uncertainty for local grad," The Journal Times Online, Sept. 2.
"UW-Madison stars in telescope construction," Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Sept. 2.
UW-Madison astronomers helped to build and gather the first images from the world's largest telescope in South Africa.
"Siblings give $100,000 for UWMC scholarships," Wausau Daily Herald, Sept. 2.
Five family members donate money to fund annual scholarships for UWMC students who demonstrate academic success and financial need.
"Second-stage businesses benefit from PeerSpectives," Column, Capital Region Business Journal, Sept. 1.
UW-Extension's Erica Kauten describes how Peer to Peer Learning for Entrepreneurs can help small businesses ease through growth stages.
"WMC wants educated work force as long as someone else pays for it," Column, Capital Region Business Journal, Sept. 1.
Sen. Mark Miller criticizes the lack of support from the Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce for higher education.