As William D. Gregory, dean of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's school of engineering, leaves his post behind, he has more to look forward to than fewer budget headaches.
Gregory, who is stepping down as dean of UW-M's College of Engineering and Applied Science in June, will retain his job as a tenured professor; but more important, he is looking forward to making......Full article >>>
cess, but a necessary one," he noted. "You're dealing with diagnoses. It's looking good right now. In tissue studies we can identify the cancerous tissue 90 percent of the time. That's compared to mammograms, where [you get] false positives something like 80 percent of the time. We're trying to improve the accuracy of that."
Gregory's son, Chris, co-inventor for one patent that has been i......Full article >>>
ctive that way."
One way in which UW, like most universities, is not particularly proactive is the manner in which it distributes revenues. Put plainly, revenue distribution should match expenses, course by course, so that programs that are more expensive to run receive commensurate funding.
"That doesn't normally happen in universities," William said. "I've been rather vocal abo......Full article >>>
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