Education

Fluno Center to reopen in July

The Fluno Center announced it will reopen to the public on Sunday, July 25, after closing last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

One city mission

When his idea for Madison Preparatory Academy, a charter school for Black boys, was voted down by the Madison school board in 2011, Kaleem Caire dug in.

MTI/MMSD impasse may head to court

The Madison teachers’ union president has warned of possible legal action if the Madison Metropolitan School District refuses to reissue teacher contracts with automatic raises tied to experience and educational attainment.

UW to partner with electric vehicle startup

Canoo, a California startup developing electric vans and trucks, will partner with the University of Wisconsin–Madison to create an electric propulsion research center on campus.

Audit finds errors in UW bidding process

Auditors for the University of Wisconsin System have identified several errors in the bidding process for an information technology project at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Top 10 career fields and soft skills for freelance jobs

Having the security of one permanent employer can certainly be appealing, especially during a pandemic. However, sometimes security breeds complacency, and a new a study indicates freelance workers did more during the pandemic to grow their skill sets than their non-freelance peers.

MABA announces career day

The Madison Area Builders Association is hosting its seventh annual Career Day at the Parade of Homes the week of May 9.

Educating through the pandemic

Eighteen months after starting as the Albert O. Nicholas Dean, Wisconsin School of Business, Dr. Vallabh Sambamurthy, who prefers, “Dean Samba,” leads with a calm demeanor and a determination to implement what has been learned throughout the pandemic.

In Business magazine