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Cross exit opens door for UW transformation

Ray Cross is retiring after tough five years at the helm of the sprawling University of Wisconsin System (UWS). He had to contend with major challenges that were working against happy times in the president’s office, including: • Declining numbers of 18-year-olds with successive high school graduating classes and therefore declining enrollments at most of the 26 ...

Massive birds decline can be reversed

Shawn Graff has spent his life in preservation and conservation – first of historic Wisconsin mansions and museums, then of precious lands in the Milwaukee River and Lake Michigan watersheds. His latest cause is to reverse a major decline in woodland and grassland birds across America. He likes challenges, and as Midwest Director of the American ...

Beyond cheese, brats, beer to neutron economy

The term “neutron economy” is coming alive in Fitchburg, Wisconsin, proving that big-time innovation and ventures are happening in fly-over country. The excitement level was about as high as it gets in business at the grand opening of the Phoenix Neutron Imaging Center (PNIC) Friday. CEO Ross Radel, who grew up on a farm in Wisconsin, ...

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When exploding health care costs threatened Serigraph's solvency, CEO John Torinus Jr. searched the country for solutions. Using his findings, Torinus applied innovative, cutting-edge strategies and cut his company's health care expenses well below the national average while improving his employees' care.