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THE CHAZEN MUSEUM OF ART EXPANDS

Guests: Russell Panczenko, Director, Chazen Museum of Art Petie Rudy, Docent, Chazen Museum of Art In 2005, Simona and Jerome A. Chazen stepped forward with a visionary gift of $25 million toward the expansion of the Chazen Museum of Art. More than 140 additional donors, all private sources, then completed the $43 million needed to… Read more »

CONQUER CYBEROVERLOAD

Guest: Joanne Cantor, Ph.D., Professor Emerita, UW-Madison;Author of Conquer CyberOverload: Get More Done, Boost Your Creativity, and Reduce Stress Many people think they can multitask. The truth is, tasks that involve language processing or decision making need your full attention. So when you try to do two such tasks at the same time, you end… Read more »

HEALTH CARE REFORM: AN INSIDER’S PERSPECTIVE

Guest: Allan Wearing, Sales and Marketing Director, Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin Allan Wearing has had a long and extensive career in the Wisconsin health insurance industry spending 30 years with Blue Cross & Blue Shield United of Wisconsin before joining Group Health Cooperative. On this radio program, Al Wearing uses his trained… Read more »

WISCONSIN INNOVATIONS ON DISPLAY

Guests: Dave Driscoll, Principal Curator, Wisconsin Innovations: From the Iconic to the Unexpected Exhibit Laura Beam, Coordinator, History on the Square Event, Wisconsin Historical Foundation Wisconsin ideas, ingenuity and artifacts all come together at the Wisconsin Historical Museum in its recently opened exhibit,Wisconsin Innovations: From the Iconic to the Unexpected. Even the exhibit is “new”… Read more »

PARTING THOUGHTS FROM JEREMI SURI AND ALISON ALTER

Guests: Jeremi Suri, former UW Madison History Professor Alison Alter, former Development Director, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters “History is about change,” says Jeremi Suri who, with his wife, Alison Alter, departed this summer from the University of Wisconsin Madison where they built a formidable reputation over the past ten years, to continue… Read more »