Bear Brooch appears on MSNBC: Robert F. Schroeder

I created a brooch with the subject of the Bear for MSNBC commentator Jill Wine-Banks.

The Flowers Are Burning…Oceans A Rising An Art and Climate Justice Exhibition: Helen Klebesadel and Mary Kay Neumann

“The Flowers Are Burning: Incandescent Watercolors by Helen Klebesadel and Mary Kay Neumann” is a collaborative art and climate justice project that has been traveling on exhibition since 2015. “The Flowers are Burning…Oceans A Rising: An Art and Climate Justice Exhibition” is the current chapter of this collaboration’s evolution.

Eric Obscherning (’15) promoted to Senior Consultant at C&M International in Washington, D.C.

Eric Obscherning was promoted to Senior Consultant at Crowell & Moring International, a global policy and government affairs consulting firm and an affiliate of Crowell & Moring LLP, effective January 1, 2020.

Tucson Chapter Game Watch at Rose Bowl Game: Badgers cheering on the Rose Bowl Team

A group of approximately 50 Badger Alums and Friends gathered in two rooms at Risky Business to join the Rose Bowl Game Watch. Except for the ending, everyone had a great time. On to next year and On Wisconsin! Allan R. Koritzinsky Tucson Chapter President UW BS ’63 UW JD ’66

Lateral Associate, Recent Law School Graduates Join Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP: Madison C. Shepley

Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP has announced that one lateral attorney and five recent law school graduates have joined the firm’s Chicago office as associates, including Madison C. Shepley.

Obituary for Dennis Taylor

Dennis Taylor passed away May 21, 2019.

Promotion to Chief of Science and Technology Infusion Division – Western Region National Weather Service: Michael Staudenmaier

I have been appointed as the new Division Chief of the Science and Technology Infusion Division at the National Weather Service – Western Regional Headquarters.

Mark Daluge receives Visionary Leadership Award

Mark Daluge ’03, was awarded the Rita Beard Visionary Leadership Award during the recent North American Invasive Species Management Association (NAISMA) meeting in Saratoga Springs, NY.

In Celebration of Dorothy Olund

Dorothy “Dotty” Ames Turner Olund, age 75, of Sarona, WI died Monday, July 29, 2019 at Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire, WI surrounded by her loving family.

Giving back to the community: Ken Kantor

After his career in project and account management, Ken is giving back to the community to help kids be successful with science, technology, engineering, art, and math.