Company Overview of University of Wisconsin - Madison
The University of Wisconsin – Madison is an educational and research institution. Its schools and colleges offer graduate, post graduate, doctoral, research, and special academic programs. Its undergraduate and graduate courses include programs in the arts, sciences, engineering, medicine, business, and humanities. The University of Wisconsin – Madison was founded in 1848 and is based in Madison, Wisconsin. The university has endowment assets worth $1.12 billion.
161 Bascom Hall
500 Lincoln Drive
Madison, WI 53706
Founded in 1848
Key Executives for University of Wisconsin - Madison
Vice Chancellor for Administration
Dean of Graduate School and Vice Chancellor for Research
Director of Auxiliary Operations Analysis
Director of the Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research
Dean of the College of Letters and Science
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
University of Wisconsin - Madison Key Developments
University of Wisconsin - Madison Names John Lucas as Executive Director of University Communications
Jun 24 14
John Lucas, an experienced communicator with a background in news, social media and media relations, has been named executive director of University Communications at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Lucas joined University Communications in 2001 and has served in multiple roles before being named interim executive director in late 2013.
The University of Wisconsin - Madison Announces Board Changes
Jun 19 14
The University of Wisconsin - Madison announced that Ben Miller, who has served as it's interim director of federal relations for the past nine months, has been named to that role on a permanent basis. His interim appointment followed the retirement of Rhonda Norsetter, the company's federal relations director. Miller will maintain relationships with Wisconsin's congressional delegation, strengthen relationships with faculty who are active in D.C., and bolster partnerships with federal agencies and other higher education and scientific organizations located in the nation's capital.
Nestle Selects UW-Madison to Develop Curriculum for Major Dairy Training Program in China
Jun 6 14
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has been selected to develop the curriculum for a new $400 million dairy training center being established by the Nestle corporation in China's northeast province of Heilongjiang. Nestle executives will be on campus on June 10 to sign a three-year, $1.7 million agreement under which UW-Madison personnel will design and help deliver a series of courses covering key aspects of dairy farm management, including milk quality, milking management, reproductive management, feeding and feed delivery, animal health, biosecurity and overall farm management skills. The UW-Madison team's primary role is to plan the format, content and delivery of the training. Most of the actual teaching will be done by trainers employed by the Dairy Farming Institute or by expert consultants supplied by dairy industry firms -including several from Wisconsin - that are collaborating on the project. The effort will involve many UW-Madison's dairy scientists as well as specialists with dairy-related expertise in the School of Veterinary Medicine and other disciplines such as biological systems engineering and agricultural economics, as well as experts in curriculum and instruction.
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