UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM
Statement of purpose and mission.
Corporate title, officers, meetings, records.
Powers and duties of the board of regents.
Performance funding; innovation fund.
Student discrimination prohibited.
Wisconsin distinguished professorships.
Academic staff appointments.
Termination due to certain budget or program changes.
Layoff or termination of faculty member due to certain budget or program changes.
Conflict of interest.
Gifts; golf course.
Coordination with other educational agencies; credit for military education.
Student identification numbers.
Sale of other land; buildings and structures.
Minority student programs.
Misconduct; campus security.
Grants for study abroad.
Downer Woods and buildings preservation.
Use of animals for research purposes.
Accommodation of religious beliefs.
License plate scholarship programs.
Alcohol and other drug abuse prevention and intervention programs.
Environmental program grants and scholarships; Wisconsin Merit scholarships.
Nutritional improvement for elderly.
Reimbursement of pay supplements.
Reporting employment harassment and discrimination claims.
Grants for forestry cooperatives.
Veterinary diagnostic laboratory.
Telecommunications and information technology services.
Physician and dentist loan assistance program.
Health care provider loan assistance program.
Rural health development council.
Rural physician residency assistance program.
Office of educational opportunity.
Grants to meet emergency financial need.
The Tommy G. Thompson Center on Public Leadership.
Ch. 36 Cross-reference
See also UWS
, Wis. adm. code.
Statement of purpose and mission. 36.01(1)(1)
The legislature finds it in the public interest to provide a system of higher education which enables students of all ages, backgrounds and levels of income to participate in the search for knowledge and individual development; which stresses undergraduate teaching as its main priority; which offers selected professional graduate and research programs with emphasis on state and national needs; which fosters diversity of educational opportunity; which promotes service to the public; which makes effective and efficient use of human and physical resources; which functions cooperatively with other educational institutions and systems; and which promotes internal coordination and the wisest possible use of resources.
The mission of the system is to develop human resources, to discover and disseminate knowledge, to extend knowledge and its application beyond the boundaries of its campuses and to serve and stimulate society by developing in students heightened intellectual, cultural and humane sensitivities, scientific, professional and technological expertise and a sense of purpose. Inherent in this broad mission are methods of instruction, research, extended training and public service designed to educate people and improve the human condition. Basic to every purpose of the system is the search for truth.
History: 1973 c. 335
There is created in this state a system of institutions of learning to be known as the University of Wisconsin System. The principal office and one university of the system shall be located at or near the seat of state government.
History: 1973 c. 335
In this chapter:
“Academic staff" means professional and administrative personnel with duties, and subject to types of appointments, that are primarily associated with higher education institutions or their administration.
“Board of regents" or “board" means the board of regents of the University of Wisconsin System.
“Campus" means the publicly owned or leased buildings and grounds which comprise all or part of an institution or the extension.
“Chancellor" means the chief executive of an institution.
“College campus" means any one of the 2-year collegiate campuses of the system.
“Extension" means the community outreach, public service and extension services of the system.
“Faculty" means persons who hold the rank of professor, associate professor, assistant professor or instructor in an academic department or its functional equivalent in an institution and such academic staff as may be designated by the chancellor and faculty of the institution.
“Institution" means any university or an organizational equivalent designated by the board and the University of Wisconsin colleges.
“Instructional academic staff" means academic staff members with teaching responsibilities.
“Mainframe" means a large scale, central computer maintained by the board for multipurpose functions.
“President" means the chief executive of the system.
“Student" means any person who is registered for study in any institution for the current academic period. For the purpose of administering particular programs or functions involving students, the board shall promulgate rules defining continuation or termination of student status during periods between academic periods.