CALS in the News (July 21

News articles about or of interest to CALS faculty and staff.

Wisconsin Ag Connection
Groundbreaking of New Arlington Dairy Facility Slated

Wisconsin Ag Connection
Wisconsin Students Honored by National Dairy Shrine

Muddied waters — Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
(quotes Dennis Frame, co-director of Discovery Farms)

Noxious weeds invade the Hudson area — Hudson Star-Observer
(quotes Mark Renz, agronomy)

Faculty Wars: Uw In Fierce Competition To Hire, Keep Top Staff — Capital Times
(quotes Dean Molly Jahn)

Doyle announces funding for ag projects — Wisconsin Agriculturist
(includes grants to CALS horticulture department and West Madison research station)

Doug Moe: Consensus? No, never on sundae — Capital Times
(mentioned: Stephen Babcock and Babcock Hall)

UW-Madison Dairy Curriculum to Focus on Reproduction — Wisconsin Ag Connection

Science Camp Offers Students Experience With Stem Cells — WISC-TV 3
(quoted: Gabriella Cesar)

Lactose Intolerance Doesn’t Mean Goodbye to Dairy —

Turning state students on to science — Wisconsin State Journal

Stem cell patent skeptics also filed — Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Huebsch defends Assembly budget — La Crosse Tribune

Lampert Smith: They sift, winnow way over the top — Wisconsin State Journal

Cost-Control Provisions in House Bill Would Hit Public Colleges Harder, Report Says — Chronicle of Higher Education