"It’s important to remember: No one person, country, or ethnicity created this pandemic — disease does not discriminate," a university statement said.
The committee hopes to stay on schedule by having virtual interviews instead of in-person.
This decision is unprecedented for Wisconsin's largest university and taken to slow the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus.
With increasing concerns about COVID-19, UW-Stout has restricted face-to-face instruction and cancelled all travel programs and events for the…
John and Tashia Morgridge announced another gift to their alma mater Thursday that will support up to $70 million in matching donations for faculty recruitment and retention at UW-Madison.
Whatever challenges arise, the UW-Stout community will tackle them together.
The group decided not to state a preference for individuals who hold a doctoral degree in their job description.
UW-Madison faculty recruitment and retention has relatively rebounded since budget cuts and controversial changes in tenure policies.
Faculty, graduate assistants and staff make up 96% of the System’s 40,000-member workforce, but none of them have a seat on the search committee tasked with the next System president.
Fewer students enrolled this fall than officials projected, leading to a multi-million dollar deficit that the college is addressing by reducing the size of its workforce.