Midwestern-Grown Holiday ‘Febgiving’ Featured in the New York Times: James Norton, Rebecca Dilley

The New York Times featured writer James Norton (’99) and photographer Rebecca Dilley (’02) in a story about Friendsgiving celebrations.

Dr. Sylvestra Ramirez “Defining Moment” Feature in PT in Motion Magazine

Physical Therapy of Milwaukee’s Clinic Founder/Director/Physical Therapist Dr. Sylvestra Ramirez has been featured in the American Physical Therapy Association’s PT in Motion magazine.

PTM Awarded the Wisconsin Minority Business Award for Outstanding Small Business: Dr. Sylvestra Ramirez

Physical Therapy of Milwaukee’s Clinic Founder/Director/Physical Therapist Dr. Sylvestra Ramirez and her staff have been awarded the Wisconsin Minority Business Enterprise Award for Outstanding Small Business.

Reflections from Stephen L. Anderson (Class of August, 1966) B.A. in Spanish

Stephen Anderson served in the Peace Corps for two years in Chile after graduating from UW-Madison in August 1966.

UW-Madison alumna graduates as first U.S. participant in international business accelerator VV GROW: Amber Swenor

Founder of Strategic Partners Marketing, Amber Swenor, has completed a year-long global business accelerator for women entrepreneurs.

Paz Ochoa Joins Bernardo|Wills Architects

Paz Ochoa, ASLA, landscape architect, has joined Bernardo|Wills Architects.

Hans Obma Lands Recurring Role on Better Call Saul (AMC)

UW-Madison graduate Hans Obma has recently booked a slew of foreign roles in Hollywood. Since 2017 he played Hungarian, French, German and Croatian characters on primetime television shows. Obma is currently recurring as German-speaking “Adrian” on Better Call Saul (AMC), the acclaimed prequel to Breaking Bad.

Barbara Gruener recognized as a Top Counseling Blogger for 2017

OnlineCounselingPrograms.com has recognized Barbara Gruener ’84 for her outstanding blog, called “The Corner on Character.”