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September 29, 2005
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"Wiley pledges workplace training at UW," Wisconsin State Journal, Sept. 29.
UW-Madison Chancellor John Wiley will require employees who work at his discretion to undergo training on sexual harassment policies, and will work with faculty and staff governance groups to review campus personnel practices.
"Chancellor urges collaboration," Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Sept. 29.
UW-Milwaukee Chancellor Carlos Santiago explains how he wants to work with Waukesha County officials and colleges to create a regional research university that can stimulate Wisconsin's economy.
"Barrows' attorney defends client," Column, Daily Cardinal, Sept. 29.
A column by Lester Pines, attorney for UW-Madison administrator Paul Barrows.
"Keeping the light on," Oshkosh Northwestern, Sept. 29.
UW-Oshkosh studying to be school counselors will give enrichment lessons to students at an Oshkosh elementary school as part of the Lighted School House after-school program.
"UWSP athletes host hurricane benefit," Stevens Point Journal, Sept. 29.
The UW-Stevens Point athletic department will host a charity basketball game this Friday to benefit those affected by hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
"Cloning ban heads toward expected veto," Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Sept. 29.
Citing the possible threats to stem-cell research, Gov. Jim Doyle promised to veto a bill, passed by the state Senate yesterday, that would ban human cloning in Wisconsin; Chancellor Wiley notes that move to ban research "sends a frightening message."
"Charter school proposal being met with resistance," Channel 3000, Sept. 29.
Group proposing an International Academy public charter school is seeking UW oversight and Legislative approval.