CALS in the News for the Week of Sept. 7 – 11, 2015


Universities invest in campus creameries for the future
Progressive Dairy 9/2015
Quoted: John Lucey, Food Science

One sweet class!
Republican American 9/9/2015
Quoted: Rich Hartel, Food Science

Chicago Botanic Garden’s Kris Jarantoski has grown an oasis like no other
Chicago Tribune 9/8/2015
Quoted: Kris Jarantoski, Alumnus

Is There Even Such a Thing as Conflict-Free Minerals?
Yahoo! News 9/4/2015
Quoted: Dominic Parker, Ag & Applied Economics

Grants from conversion of Blue Cross into a for-profit company benefit many
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 9/5/2015
Quoted: Sam Dennis, Landscape Architecture

Tiny insect, big plans
Baraboo News Republic 9/9/2015
Quoted: Chris Williamson, Entomology

How Does Immigration Affect The U.S. Economy?
Wisconsin Public Radio 9/7/2015
Quoted: Steve Deller, Ag & Applied Economics

Veggie project gets help
Wisconsin State Farmer 9/3/2015
Quoted: Julie Dawson, Horticulture

Managing somatic cell counts – looking back and to the future
Agri-View 9/10/2015
Quoted: Pamela Ruegg, Dairy Science

Students advance their degrees and careers in Summer Term
UW Continuing Studies News 9/4/2015
Mentioned: Life Sciences Communication

Lager’s missing link: New discoveries about beer through DNA sequencing
WKOW-TV 9/7/2015
Quoted: Chris Todd Hittinger, Genetics

Master Gardeners hold Taste of Garden Door, Pesto Festo
Green Bay Press Gazette 9/8/2015
Mentioned: Peninsular Agricultural Research Station

Visit UW-Madison dairy science dept.
Wisconsin AgClips 9/8/2015
Quoted: Kent Weigel, Dairy Science

Of Interest

UW System officials look to change UW Extension mission
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 9/10/2015

Food Industry Enlisted Academics in G.M.O. Lobbying War, Emails Show
The New York Times 9/5/2015

UW-Madison ranked 11th best public college by U.S. News & World Report
UW-Madison News 9/9/2015

How Low Can Oil Go? Goldman Says $20 a Barrel Is a Possibility
Bloomberg 9/11/2015