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LOOKING FORWARD TO WIND ENERGY IN WISCONSIN

Guest:  James Tinjum, PE, PhD, Associate Professor and Director of Distance Graduate Credit Programming, College of Engineering, UW-Madison Wind is a renewable source of energy.  Its motion – kinetic energy – can be captured in wind turbines to generate electricity.     According to the U.S. Information Administration, as of 2014, the percentage of Wisconsin’s… Read more »

KEEPING YOUR CAREER ON TRACK

Guest:  David Noer, PhD, Organization Development consultant…. You’ve done everything right so far:  You have a great education in a field with high potential.  You are bright, talented, motivated, and your professional value has been embraced.  You are employed in a position with a promising future for career advancement.  What could possibly go wrong?  “Career… Read more »

MADISON COLLEGE EXPANDS TO THE SOUTH SIDE

Guests:  Jack E . Daniels, PhD, President, Madison College; Steve Goldberg, Gift Development Specialist, Madison College After much research, data gathering, conversations and community will, the new Madison College South Madison Comprehensive Campus is well on its way to becoming a visible reality on the corner of Park Street and Badger Road.  Why the south… Read more »

LUNG CANCER AND RADON

Guests:  Susan Smedley Gerber, Event Manager, Lung Cancer Research Foundation’s Free to Breathe Yoga Challenge;  Jessica Maloney, Indoor Air & Radon Program Manager, Wisconsin Dept. of Health Services January is National Radon Action Month.  Why is this important?  Radon is a naturally occurring, odorless, colorless, radioactive gas that is found in Wisconsin homes.  Long-term exposure… Read more »

TO FITBIT OR NOT: THRIVING INTO YOUR LATER YEARS

Guest:  Frank Byrne, MD, President Emeritus, SSM Health at St. Mary’s Hospital in Madison – retired President of St. Mary’s Hospital Dr. Frank Byrne served as president of St. Mary’s from 2004-2015.  While he may have retired from his very visible and demanding leadership role at St. Mary’s, he has not retired from continuing to… Read more »