All property used by the Wisconsin Psychiatric Institute established under s. 46.044
, except real property used by the institute and except property of the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics, is transferred to the board which shall hold such property for the use of the psychiatric research institute.
The institute shall investigate medical and social conditions which directly or indirectly result in state care; develop and promote measures to relieve and prevent the need for state care; undertake special education and training; and generally seek by research and investigation to prevent conditions which result in state care. The institute shall render, under mutual agreement, services to the state institutions under the jurisdiction of the department of health services and the department of public instruction. Such state institutions are open to the institute for research and training.
The state cartographer shall:
Establish and maintain a union catalog of current and historical reference and thematic maps of all scales available in municipal, county, state and federal agencies relating to this state.
Promote liaison among the municipal, county, state and federal mapping agencies and surveyors to facilitate coordination and to exchange information on mapping and cartographic activities.
Keep abreast of the progress made by mapping agencies and their mapping developments.
Collect, maintain and disseminate information regarding innovation in cartographic techniques and mapping procedures, map and air photo indexes and control data, map accuracy standards, legal aspects of map publication and such other matters as will facilitate an effective cartographic program for the state.
Publish and distribute such special maps and map information as will promote the mapping of the state and preparation and use of maps by individuals, only to the extent, however, that such publication and distribution is not appropriately within the activities of any other state or commercial agency.
Assist the department of natural resources in its work as the state representative of the U.S. geographic board and its other functions under s. 23.25
University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics. 36.25(13g)(a)
The board shall establish at the University of Wisconsin-Madison the “University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics".
The board shall maintain, control and supervise the use of the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics, for the purposes of:
Delivering comprehensive, high-quality health care to patients using the hospitals and to those seeking care from its programs, including a commitment to provide such care for the medically indigent.
Providing an environment suitable for instructing medical and other health professions students, physicians, nurses and members of other health-related disciplines.
Sponsoring and supporting research in the delivery of health care to further the welfare of the patients treated and applying the advances in health knowledge to alleviate human suffering, promote health and prevent disease.
Assisting health programs and personnel throughout the state and region in the delivery of health care.
Precision Medicine Molecular Tumor Board.
From the appropriation under s. 20.285 (1) (a)
, the Board of Regents shall allocate $490,000 in each fiscal year to expand precision medicine at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center through the Precision Medicine Molecular Tumor Board by increasing access to precision medicine for cancer patients in this state, providing genomics resources to patients in need, and developing a precision medicine statewide database.
Medical student transfer program.
The board shall establish a program in the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health to consider the transfer of residents of this state from foreign medical schools after their 2nd year of study.
Medical practice in underserved areas.
The board shall allocate $400,000 in each fiscal year for the department of family medicine and practice in the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health to support the Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine, the Academy for Center-city Medical Education, and the Wisconsin Scholars Academy programs. The board may not expend any moneys allocated under this subsection in a fiscal year unless the board receives $400,000 in gifts and grants from private sources in that fiscal year for supporting such programs.
Graduate student financial aid.
The board shall establish a grant program for minority and disadvantaged graduate students enrolled in the system. The board shall give preference in awarding grants under this subsection to residents of this state. The board may not make a grant under this subsection to a person whose name appears on the statewide support lien docket under s. 49.854 (2) (b)
, unless the person provides to the board a payment agreement that has been approved by the county child support agency under s. 59.53 (5)
and that is consistent with rules promulgated under s. 49.858 (2) (a)
Minority and disadvantaged programs. 36.25(14m)(a)
The board shall fund programs for recruiting minority and disadvantaged students and for minority and disadvantaged students enrolled in the system.
By April 15, 1992, and annually thereafter, the board shall adopt a precollege, recruitment and retention plan for minority and disadvantaged students enrolled in the system.
By April 15, 1992, and annually thereafter by April 15, the board shall submit a report to the governor and to the chief clerk of each house of the legislature for distribution to the appropriate standing committees under s. 13.172 (3)
. The report shall include all of the following:
All financial aid distributed to students, categorized by ethnic group, class level and dependency status. The report shall include information on financial need, percentage of need satisfied by loan, percentage of need satisfied by grant and the percentage remaining unsatisfied.
The board may provide courses in military science and tactics.
School of veterinary medicine.
The board shall establish and maintain a school of veterinary medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Existing facilities shall be used to the maximum possible extent for auxiliary instructional and research support of the veterinary program.
Model school special education program. 36.25(19)(a)
The board may establish at the University of Wisconsin-Madison a model school for children with disabilities, as defined in s. 115.76 (5)
. The school shall utilize practical demonstration techniques to train teachers and other support personnel under s. 115.28 (7) (c)
The board may enter into an agreement with the school board of any school district to provide special education and related services through the model school to children with disabilities. The board may charge tuition for children served in the model school. Tuition charges made under such agreements shall be based on the net cost of providing the special education and other related services.
School of law; part-time enrollment and night courses.
The board shall direct the School of Law to:
Allow resident students who are admitted to law school to enroll in part-time programs;
Allow resident students who are admitted to law school 6 years after first enrolling to complete requirements for a degree; and
Offer to resident students who are admitted to law school a range of courses in the evening, including required courses necessary to be admitted to the state bar under SCR 40.03
Great Lakes Indian law program.
The board shall establish a Great Lakes Indian law program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School.
School of allied health professions.
The board may establish a School of Allied Health Professions at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Robert M. La Follette institute of public affairs.
There is established a Robert M. La Follette institute of public affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The institute shall engage in research, public service and educational activities to advance the knowledge of public affairs and the application of that knowledge to the needs of this state.
Wilder Crane professorship of government.
The board shall establish the Wilder Crane professorship of government at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee department of political science.
Employee-owned businesses program.
Through the University of Wisconsin small business development center, in cooperation with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, the technical college system board and the University of Wisconsin-Extension, the board shall create, as needed, educational programs to provide training in the management of employee-owned businesses and shall provide technical assistance to employee-owned businesses in matters affecting their management and business operations, including assistance with governmental relations and assistance in obtaining management, technical and financial assistance.
Industrial and economic development research program. 36.25(25)(a)(a)
The board shall award industrial and economic grants to fund industrial and economic development research projects and outreach activities.
Provide for a review process for project proposals by appropriate professionally qualified reviewers.
Specify the duration of the project to be funded by the grant.
Biennially by November 15, the board shall submit a report to the joint committee on finance specifying the projects funded under this subsection in the previous fiscal biennium, the duration of the funded projects and the relationship of the funded projects to this state's economy.
Child care centers.
A college campus may establish a child care center.
Integrated agriculture program.
The board shall establish an integrated agriculture program.
Schools of business.
The board shall support improvements in master's level business programs. The board may provide financial support for such improvements only if it receives matching funds for the same purpose from private contributions.
Center for environmental education.
There is established in the College of Natural Resources at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point a center for environmental education to assist in the development, dissemination, implementation, and evaluation of environmental education programs for elementary and secondary school teachers and pupils. The center shall do all of the following:
Assist the department of public instruction to periodically assess the environmental literacy of this state's teachers and students.
Develop, offer and evaluate environmental education courses for teachers.
Select and train natural resource and environmental education specialists with teaching experience to assist in providing environmental education courses and programs to teachers in this state.
Assist the department of public instruction and cooperative educational service agencies to assist school districts in conducting environmental education needs assessments.
Provide environmental education workshops and consulting services to teacher educators from teacher training institutions located in this state.
Establish an environmental education curriculum and materials center for use by school teachers, faculty of teacher training institutions located in this state and others in educational programs who need such materials.
Assist the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point College of Natural Resources in providing opportunities for teachers to complete advanced training in environmental education through the college's master's degree program.
Study on the reintroduction of elk. 36.25(29r)(a)
The board shall direct the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point to conduct a study to determine the feasibility of reintroducing elk into the northern part of the state and to formulate a management plan for the reintroduction of elk if the conclusions of the study demonstrate that the reintroduction is feasible.
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point shall conduct the study by monitoring the behavior of an experimental herd that the university shall bring into the state. The university shall also assess the herd's compatibility with other resources in the area where the study is conducted.
The board shall maintain in the extension a solid and hazardous waste education center to promote pollution prevention, as defined in s. 299.13 (1) (dm)
. In cooperation with the department of natural resources, the center shall conduct an education and technical assistance program to promote pollution prevention in this state.
Recycling market development program.
The board shall establish in the extension a program of education and technical assistance related to recycling market development. The program shall serve waste generators; solid waste scrap brokers, dealers and processors; business entities that use or could use recovered materials or that produce or could produce products from recovered materials and persons who provide support services to those business entities; and the general public.
Agricultural technology and family farm programs.
The board may establish agricultural technology and family farm programs in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Biotechnology education; consumers.
The board shall establish extension programs to educate consumers about biotechnology processes and products and risk assessment techniques.
Agricultural Safety and Health Center. 36.25(32)(a)
The board shall establish an Agricultural Safety and Health Center in the extension. The center shall do all of the following:
Develop curriculum and materials for a tractor and machine operation safety training course for persons who are at least 12 years of age but under 18 years of age that is equivalent to the requirements, other than age, specified under 29 CFR 570.70
Perform instructor training and coordination necessary to provide a statewide program of tractor and machinery operation safety training to persons who are at least 12 years of age but under 18 years of age and certification of persons successfully completing such training.
Develop and disseminate educational and informational materials and present programs on farm safety and health topics.
The board shall award grants totaling not more than $500 annually per county to sponsors of farm safety education, training or information programs. To be eligible for a grant, a sponsor shall:
Secure or provide equal matching funds from private or public sources.
Demonstrate that the program for which a grant is sought was developed in consultation with extension personnel, public health personnel, vocational agriculture instructors or other persons with expertise or interest in farm safety topics.
Quality improvement awards.
The board annually may award up to $500 each to no more than 10 system employees who make suggestions that result in significant quality improvements for the system relating to supplies and expenses. The board shall appoint a council under s. 15.04 (1) (c)
to nominate recipients for the awards. The board shall not make more than one award to an employee in the same fiscal year. An award is not part of an employee's base pay.
Center for urban land economics research.
The board shall establish a center for urban land economics research in the School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison to conduct research and undertake educational, public outreach and grant activities related to real estate and urban land economics.
The board shall maintain an herbarium at the University of Wisconsin-Madison to be known as the “Wisconsin State Herbarium".
Higher education location program.
The board shall maintain in the extension a higher education location program to provide information on undergraduate admission requirements, degree programs, enrollment, student financial aid, student housing and admission forms.
Area Health Education Center.
The board shall maintain at the University of Wisconsin-Madison an area health education center to support community-based primary care training programs.
Educational technology projects. 36.25(38)(b)
The board shall provide for projects that have the following purposes:
The development of system technology infrastructure.
The development of curricula to train students enrolled in the schools of education in the use of educational technology in primary and secondary schools.
To provide professional development in the use of educational technology for primary and secondary school teachers.
To provide faculty with educational technology and to train faculty in its use.