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BEV BUTULA: Want an expert? Try the UW System

Looking for an expert on climate change, education, public policy, religion, art, transportation, psychology or nanotechnology? There are many options available, but did you know that many Wisconsin universities have expert databases.

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Judge rules against telecom company

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A Dane County judge has ruled against a telecommunications company that wanted to slow down a broadband project in rural communities. The University of Wisconsin System and others were awarded more than $37 million in grants for the project. Its goal is to deliver telecommunications capabilities to schools, hospitals and emergency services. But Wisconsin Independent Telecommunications ...

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Walker’s budget includes cuts to UW-Law School

The University of Wisconsin Law School will have to do more with less under Gov. Scott Walker’s state budget proposal. His 2011-13 budget includes a $250 million cut in state aid to the University of Wisconsin System that includes the state’s only public law school. “We anticipate significant cuts to our budget,” UW-Law School Dean Ken Davis said. How much ...

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Lawmakers boycott state Building Commission meeting (VIDEO)

By James Briggs It was a curious time to be late for a meeting. Alan Fish, vice chancellor of facilities for University of Wisconsin-Madison, on Wednesday walked into the state Building Commission meeting at the Capitol after the meeting was well under way. Fish and the University of Wisconsin System had a crucial last-minute agreement for more than $100 million ...

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