Campus update

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UW press moves to new headquarters

The University of Wisconsin Press relocated last month to its new headquarters at 1903 Monroe St. The press had previously been leasing space on Pflaum Road in the town of Burke.

The 64-year-old Press publishes about 45 titles each year, along with 12 journals. Director Robert Mandel, said he wants to increase that number to 80 or so book titles and 20 journals by 2006. He said the move will help that by strengthening the relationship between the university and the Press.

The relocation cost an estimated $10,000.

Dunwoody named to UW-Madison grad school post

Sharon Dunwoody, current director of the UW-Madison School of Journalism, was named interim associate dean for the social sciences in the UW-Madison Graduate School.

Dunwoody will remain director of the journalism school as she assumes this new post.

Interim Graduate School Dean Martin Cadwallader said Dunwoody brings to the job a wealth of administrative experience, an outstanding scholarly pedigree and a deep commitment to the social sciences.

“We are very excited about having her as part of our administrative team,” Cadwallader said. “Her commitments to research, to quality graduate education and to the university as a whole have long been evident and we thing she’s going to be a tremendous help to us as the Graduate School confronts its many challenges and embarks on new initiatives.”

Dunwoody came to the UW-Madison faculty in 1981 and now holds the Evjue-Bascom Professorship in Journalism.

Babcock ice cream store officially reopens

The Babcock Dairy Store reopened its doors Tuesday after undergoing a major renovation.

The remodeled store, at 1605 Linden Dr., features natural maple, colorful tiles and flooring, glossy black menu boards and bright, modern lighting. In addition, a new logo designed with the help of a group of undergraduate art education students was unveiled.

The store’s hours are 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Saturday’s.

R.D. Nair named interim business dean

UW-Madison Chancellor John Wiley named R.D. Nair interim dean of the school of business effective Sept. 1.

Nair will serve until a permanent dean is appointed to succeed Dean Andrew J. Policano, who announced in January his intention to step down as dean to return to teaching.

Nair has been senior associate dean for academic affairs for the past seven years. He is also Pricerwaterhouse Coopers Professor of Accounting and Information Systems and executive director of the school?s Center for International Business Education and Research.

In his post Nair will oversee about 100 faculty, more than 2,000 students and an executive education program that serves more than 15,000 clients each year.


This article was published Aug 1, 2001 at 12:00 am and last updated Aug 1, 2001 at 12:00 am


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