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Low-Income Student Access at UW-Madison and Beyond: Problems and Solutions
Levels of access and success in higher education depend on the policies pursued by colleges and universities and the characteristics of applicants, enrollees, and graduates. These often controversial issues are closely ...
State Need Grant: The major grant program for the state of Washington
The Wisconsin Idea Forum is a biannual event sponsored by the University of Wisconsin System and hosted by system campuses. This is the second in the program series, which brings University of Wisconsin resources to bear ...
Diversity at UW-Madison: What Numbers Say
Changes in Doctoral Education Worldwide
Maresi Nerad will present a synthesis of her forthcoming book, Toward a Global PhD? Forces and Forms in Doctoral Education Worldwide (University of Washington Press, April 2008), and her ongoing research on this topic. In ...
Perspectives from the Public: How Wisconsinites View UW-Madison
What do Wisconsinites think about UW-Madison? How do they think it could better serve their communities? Katherine Cramer Walsh spent a year sitting in on informal gatherings and casual conversations in 23 communities ...
Marshalling Resources for Change: System-Level Initiatives to Increase Access and Success
Canada has a highly educated population, and its overall rates of participation in postsecondary education are among the highest in the world. The problem of accessibility in Canadian higher education lies not in the overall ...
The Role of Pre-College Programs in Maximizing Access and Persistence
The third forum in our series on The Challenge of Access and Persistence focused on the role of pre-college programs, providing the opportunity for participants from both K-12 and postsecondary education perspectives to ...
CLC Special Agreement Regarding Labor Codes of Conduct
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 ...
Hard Times in America's Laboratory for Democracy: Wisconsin Legislative Politics 1966 and Now
As a higher education policy analyst at the National Center for Higher Education, Jacob Stampen learned that the health of political systems greatly influence the quality of higher education. However, as a teacher and ...