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CALS In the News for the week of March 17 – March 23

UW/Industry partnerships yield better solutions:

UW-industry partnerships yield better solutions
InBusiness, 3/22/2018
Co-written by: Kate VandenBosch, Dean, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Co-written by: Chris Salm, Alumnus, Animal Sciences

WARF essay: Business, higher education need each other
The National Provisioner, 3/20/2018
Mentioned: Kate VandenBosch, Dean, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Mentioned: Chris Salm, Alumnus, Animal Sciences

Wisconsin Idea: industries, universities need each other
Wisconsin State Farmer, 3/16/2018
Mentioned: Kate VandenBosch, Dean, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Mentioned: Chris Salm, Alumnus, Animal Sciences

Column: UW, industry partnerships yield better solutions
Oshkosh Northwestern, 3/12/2018
Co-written by: Kate VandenBosch, Dean, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Co-written by: Chris Salm, Alumnus, Animal Sciences

News:

Decline In Hunters Threatens How U.S. Pays For Conservation
National Public Radio, 3/20/2018
Quoted: Adena Rissman, Forest and Wildlife Ecology
Mentioned: Tom Heberlein, Emeritus, Community and Environmental Sociology

Blood, Rats and Anticoagulants: The Story of Warfarin
Scientific American, 3/16/2018
Mentioned: Karl Paul Link, Deceased, Biochemistry

Elire des scientifiques au Congres Americain?
Radio Canada, 3/11/2018
Quoted: Dominique Brossard, Life Sciences Communication

Wisconsin organic dairy farms are getting squeezed by mega-size farms in Texas
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 3/23/2018
Quoted: Steve Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics

History, culture, research, big business and talk of tariffs for Wisconsin’s cranberry industry
Madison.com, 3/18/2018
Mentioned: UW-Madison’s cranberry research program
Pictured: Lorraine Rodriguez, Student, Horticulture

Research aimed at helping cranberry industry
Madison.com, 3/18/2018
Quoted: Amaya Atucha, Horticulture
Mentioned: Juan Zalapa, Horticulture

Experts warn DNA testing kits could put your genetic information in the wrong hands
Channel 3000.com, 3/19/2018
Quoted: Michael Cox, Biochemistry

New Census Data Show Wisconsin Population Trends Recovering From Recession 
Wisconsin Public Radio, 3/22/2018
Quoted: David Egan-Robertson, Community and Environmental Sociology
Mentioned: UW-Madison Applied Populations Lab

Early Estimates Show Wisconsin Unemployment Rate At All Time Low In February 
Wisconsin Public Radio, 3/22/2018
Mentioned: Steven Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics

UW–Madison graduate programs receive top rankings
Channel 3000.com, 3/20/2018
Mentioned: Department of Biological Systems Engineering
Mentioned: Department of Microbiology
Mentioned: Department of Biochemistry

Four Inducted into Wisconsin Meat Industry Hall of Fall
Wisconsin Farm Report, 3/21/2018
Mentioned: Elton Aberle, Emeritus, Animal Sciences
Mentioned: UW-Madison Meat Science and Muscle Biology Laboratory

Four to be Inducted into Wisconsin Meat Hall of Fame
Wisconsin Ag Connection, 3/21/2018
Mentioned: Elton Aberle, Emeritus, Animal Sciences
Mentioned: UW-Madison Meat Science and Muscle Biology Laboratory

Watch your ears! Farmers still suffer hearing loss
Agweek, 3/19/2018
Quoted: Cheryl Skjolaas, Biological Systems Engineering

Big Ten home to some of the world’s best ag schools
Brownfield News, 3/16/2018
Mentioned: UW-Madison’s agriculture and forestry programs

Interest high in state hemp program 
The Country Today, 3/17/2018
Quoted: Bill Barker, Associate Dean for Research

71st Alice in Dairyland finalists announced
The Country Today, 3/19/2018
Mentioned: Kristen Broege, Student, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Sydney Endres, Alumnus, Dairy Science and Life Sciences Communication
Mentioned: Jacqueline Hilliard, Alumnus, Horticulture and Agronomy

Would controlled milk production work in the U.S.?
Wisconsin State Farmer, 3/18/2018
Mentioned: Wisconsin Center for Dairy Profitability

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