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Startup Weekend seeks to inspire ed tech invention

Startup Weekend seeks to inspire ed tech invention

In general, the business, nonprofit, and education sectors rarely have opportunities to cross paths and work together, understand each other’s needs and strengths, and know when and how to help each other, notes Kathe Crowley Conn.

At WARF speed

Contacted by a recruiting firm about an open position with the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Erik Iverson, president of the Infectious Disease Research Institute in Seattle, felt stunned and flattered. “When WARF’s name comes up, you pay attention,” he says. “Without a doubt, UW–Madison is one of the premier institutions when it comes to commercializing technology.”

The future of the tech sector

The future of the tech sector

In spite of the strides women and minorities have made in the workforce in recent decades, both groups are still grossly underrepresented in technology careers. Locally, the YWeb Career Academy, a partnership between the YWCA Madison and Adorable IO, is working to close the gap.

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40 Under 40, 2016 Class, Part 4

Get to know some of the professionals selected for In Business magazine’s 2016 class of 40 Under 40. You’ll learn a bit about their professional lives as well as some of their lesser-known talents. In this episode, we feature Rob Plesha, VP-actuarial services, small group and individual business, Unity Health Insurance; Amy Kerwin, president and founder, Primates Inc.; Mark Greene, senior director, United Way of Dane County; and Erin Arango-Escalante, director, client relations and early years, WIDA, UW–Madison.

40 Under 40, 2016 Class, Part 3

Get to know some of the professionals selected for In Business magazine’s 2016 class of 40 Under 40. You’ll learn a bit about their professional lives as well as some of their lesser-known talents. In this episode, we feature Jason Ilstrup, general manager of HotelRED; Ben Beere, president of Wrench Auto Service Inc.; Devin Renner, creative director–sales & marketing for True Coffee Roasters; and Dana Arnold, director–PR and social media, partner for Hiebing.

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