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UW Daily – February 11, 2019

UW System/Top Stories 1.9 billion dollar request for aging UW System buildings, WMTV, Feb. 9 UW-Stevens Point seeks to offer three-year degrees, fish-farming major to build ‘capacity’, The Oshkosh Northwestern, Feb. 9 UW regents OK graduate tuition increases at 8 schools, WISC-TV, Feb. 9 University of Wisconsin System sees spike in graduation rates, WMTV, Feb. 10 University of Wisconsin Sees Spike in Graduation Rates, WDIO.

On Campus EAU: Jeff Bezos Aside, Sextortion Is Way Underreported (citing research by UW-Eau Claire criminal justice professor Justin Patchin), Wired.com, Feb. 8 EAU: Gerrymandering topic of forum speaker (expert is part of UW-Eau Claire Forum series), Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Feb. 8 EAU: Area students named to UW-Eau Claire dean’s list,  Juneau County Start-Times, Feb. 8 EAU: Interview: UWEC’s Supervisory Management Programs, WQOW News 18, Feb. 8 EAU: UW-EC’s Simpson Field gets improvements, Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Feb. 9 EAU: Annual ice fishing contest draws hundreds, despite bitter cold (event put on by UW-Eau Claire athletics, recreation), WQOW News 18, Feb. 9 EAU: Wife, therapist working to make sure man doesn’t lose his ‘voice’

LAX: Proposed parking benefit district proposal could provide extra funding for La Crosse neighborhoods (Campus area is part of paid on-street parking areas test.), WKBT, Feb. 8 LAX: Regents approve tuition hikes at UW-La Crosse, other campuses (UWL tuition for out-of-state undergrads will climb 1 percent increase.), La Crosse Tribune, Feb. 9 LAX: UW-La Crosse to host archaeologist on elusive history of effigy mounds (Retired archaeologist Robert A.

MAD: Project commemorating Black Student Strike of 1969 inspires students to keep working for change, Wisc-TV, Feb. 11 MAD: Study: transition to renewable energy could create 162,000 jobs in Wisconsin, Wisconsin State Journal, Feb. 11 MAD: Integrated management key to success when combating top soybean diseases, The Country Today, Feb. 11 MAD: At 80, famed composer John Harbison celebrates with more music, Wisconsin State Journal, Feb. 11 MAD: Doctors In Wisconsin Writing Fewer Prescriptions For Painkillers, WPR, Feb. 11 MAD: Funding Shortfalls, Worker Shortage Stress Wisconsin Nursing Homes, WPR, Feb. 11 MAD: Changes To Opioid Policy Could Lead To Fewer People Being Addicted, WUWM, Feb. 11 MAD: A ‘Fountain Of Youth’ Pill?

UWM’s new business school dean wants to create a ‘hub of excellence’ , Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Feb. 8 MIL: Milwaukee Engineering Research Conference to be held at UWM , Newswise, Feb. 8 MIL: UWM grad to be honored for dark matter research , Price County Review, Feb. 8 MIL: New Lubar School of Business dean to begin in January , Milwaukee Business Journal, Feb. 8 MIL: UWM-involved partnership helps spot asteroid from ‘rare species’ , Yahoo News, Feb. 8 MIL: UWM to hold 22nd annual French film festival , Milwaukee Magazine, Feb. 8

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