A Wisconsin dairy farm, Rosy-Lane Holsteins, is the winner of a national award for Outstanding Dairy Farm Sustainability. The ninth annual U.S. Dairy Sustainability Awards were announced on April 22, 2020 in recognition of Earth Day. The Watertown farm is owned by Lloyd BS ’80 and Daphne (Johnson) Holterman BS ’81 and their partners Tim Strobel FISC ’95 ’96 and Jordan Matthews BS ’09 and is one of three national winners in its category.
GlobeSt, a premier online destination for commercial real estate content, recently published its annual Women of Influence list. The list featured 200 women from across the U.S. making their mark on the commercial real estate world. University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate Corie Spankowski was honored in the corporate communications category.
University of Wisconsin alumnus Garrett Dash Nelson is Curator of Maps for the Norman B. Leventhal Map and Education Center at the Boston Public Library, and he led the team that developed the startlingly relevant new online exhibition, “BENDING LINES: Maps and Data from Distortion to Deception.”
Anthony was named chief of the civil and environmental engineering section of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Rock Island, Illinois. In this role, he serves as technical manager for the levee rehabilitation for a 5 state region.
A graduate of University of Wisconsin (1986), Joseph R. Weiland, CFP® is the managing partner of Arlington Financial Advisors in Santa Barbara. He began his expansive career as a financial advisor 30 years ago and has spent the last three decades advising both high net-worth individuals and business owners. Weiland is much more than a financial expert but also a confidante for his clients with a keen ability to offer perspective and advice beyond the numbers.
Brenda Mizenko was selected for the 2020-2021 South Dakota Math and Science Leadership Cohort. This a selective and competitive leadership program sponsored by the South Dakota Department of Education. She will work with other teachers statewide to establish more STEM opportunities throughout South Dakota, look at different research based practices, explore challenges and opportunities in K-12 STEM education, and work on other projects as well.
In 1967-1969, we were in Madison for my husband’s enzymology fellowship at the McArdle Lab. I took one son to the campus for weekly speech therapy. It was tense walking over Bascom Hill past anti-war students purportedly carrying bricks in their book bags. Don’t recall any damage from throwing bricks.