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    • CLC Special Agreement Regarding Labor Codes of Conduct 

      Crim, Dawn (2003-01)
      In her role as the chancellor's director for community relations at UW-Madison, Dawn Crim has often been at the center of the very public and sometimes controversial issue of university labor licensing. In order to ...
    • Diversity at UW-Madison: What Numbers Say 

      Milner, Jocelyn (2005-11-09)
    • Engaging the Wisconsin Experience 

      Brower, Aaron (2007-04-18)
      The Offices of the Dean of Students (ODOS) is expanding its role as the central "connector" for students' experiences across campus. Two ODOS leaders will share details of the office?s new mission, vision, and cross-campus ...
    • A First Look at First-Generation Undergraduates at UW-Madison 

      Huhn, Clare (2008-03-04)
      The UW-Madison Office of Undergraduate Admissions has recently started collecting and recording the first-generation status of undergraduate applicants. This creates a new opportunity to learn more about a group of students ...
    • Higher Education Today and Tomorrow 

      Zeibarth, Jeff; Stebar, Jeff (2006-09-26)
      Respondents: Alan Fish, Associate Vice Chancellor, Facilities, Planning, and Management, UW-Madison; and Daniel Okoli, Campus Architect, UW?Madison. Moderator: Kenneth Frazier, Interim Chief Information Officer and ...
    • Results from UW-Madison's 2006 Undergraduate Student Survey 

      Harrigan, Margaret (2007-03-28)
      In spring 2006, the Office of the Provost sponsored the ninth UW-Madison Undergraduate Survey. Responses from a random sample of 1,300 undergraduates were used to assess student attitudes, engagement, and satisfaction with ...
    • Supporting Student Veteran Success at Madison's Postsecondary Institutions 

      Shumway, Michael; Koepsel, Tami; Bechtol, John (2009-09-24)
      The recent adoption of the Post-9/11 GI Bill has made postsecondary education accessible to many veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. As a result, the program will bring thousands of veteran students to campuses ...