UW-Extension’s Center for Technology Commercialization (CTC) is offering a match grant of up to $75,000 to provide additional assistance to companies in the process of completing a Small Business Innovation Res
The University of Wisconsin-Extension 4-H Youth Development Program inducted 11 laureates into the Wisconsin 4-H Hall of Fame Saturday, November 7. The 2015 laureates are the second Hall of Fame class, after 10
MADISON – The University of Wisconsin Colleges and University of Wisconsin-Extension have been chosen to participate in a national pilot project to help define new more comprehensive academic transcript models
Keep food safety in mind as you prepare your child’s school lunch, says Barbara Ingham, University of Wisconsin-Extension food science specialist.
Ingham has some recommendations for packing a safe lunch.
Linda Kustka of Madison, Wisconsin was inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame on October 9 for her lifetime achievements and contributions to 4-H.
Honored by the Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development Program,
MADISON, Wis. –UW Colleges and UW-Extension Chancellor Cathy Sandeen today announced Lindon Larson as the new Associate Vice Chancellor of Communication and Marketing at University of Wisconsin Colleges and Uni
Complaints about credit reports are up 45 percent nationally in the past year, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). In Wisconsin, credit reporting complaints have more than doubled in t
The Wisconsin Master Naturalist program is pleased to announce that Becky Sapper will be the new director of the program effective October 1, 2015.Sapper has been involved with the Wisconsin Master Naturali
University of Wisconsin-Extension 4-H Youth Development clubs and groups across the state will celebrate the ways 4-H has changed their lives and communities during National 4-H Week October 4-10, 2015. County
More Wisconsin residents gained health insurance in 2014, according to information from the U.S. Census American Community Survey—a trend that’s in line with the rest of the U.S. population.
Madison, Wis. – A self-professed “public radio kid” from Lexington, Ky. has joined Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR)’s resident raconteur, Michael Feldman, to match wits and quips as the new announcer for Feldman’s
MADISON – Less than two years after its launch, the number of Wisconsin’s working adults taking advantage of the innovative University of Wisconsin Flexible Option program is larger than anticipated and growing
(Madison, Wis.) Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) has selected Noah Ovshinsky, former Interim Managing Editor, as WPR’s new full-time Managing Editor of News. After a competitive national search Ovshinsky was select
Storytellers from each of 11 sovereign nations located in Wisconsin share the unique histories of their people and communities in a new Wisconsin Public Television (WPT) series of Tribal Histories documentaries
Farmers in Wisconsin use plastics in a variety of ways. One of the most visible is the storage of animal feed in long tubes of plastic film called silo (silage) bags. Farmers use silo bags because they are rela