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Madison, Wis. - For the first time in the team's history, the University of Wisconsin men's basketball team recently was ranked first in the nation, giving Wisconsin fans just one more reason to be proud. March Madness is just around the corner, and I know the team will enjoy tremendous support from everyone in our ......

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I know the cost of college is a big concern for so many families. But everyone should also know that the University of Wisconsin remains the best value anywhere in higher education.

In fact, under this budget, in-state tuition will be $3,000 less than at the Unive......

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From UW-Parkside to UW-Whitewater, and across the UW system, we will expand financial aid, recruit more minority students, and provide additional academic help to those who need it.

We will create a new health sciences major at UW-Stevens Point, new opportunities for t......

Full article >>> ment in research. We'll recruit top experts from around the country, and build partnerships with the Medical College of Wisconsin and leading healthcare corporations that will strengthen the regional economy. It will cement our status as one of America's leaders in scientific and medical research.

An investment in higher education is an investment in Wisco......

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