Education

Early Stage Symposium to focus on investor diversity

Margie Bacheler, educational initiatives director for the nationwide Angel Capital Association (ACA), will speak on building diversity among early-stage investors on Thursday, Nov. 10, during the Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium to be held Nov. 9–10 at Monona Terrace in Madison.

WNA Foundation announces contests

The Wisconsin Newspaper Association (WNA) Foundation has kicked off the Wisconsin Civics Games and the Civics Games Editorial Writing & Cartoon Contest for 2022, the second year the organization has held the events.

MABA holds Fall Career Day

The Madison Area Builders Association (MABA) announced it will be hosting its first Fall Career Day on Wednesday, Sept. 28.

UW–Madison community program wins regional award

The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s UniverCity Year program has been named a regional winner of the 2022 W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Engagement Scholarship Award from the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities.

TDS donates laptops to YWCA

TDS Telecommunications LLC (TDS) has donated 130 refurbished laptop computers, previously utilized by TDS associates, to the residents at YWCA Madison.

Edvest reaches $2 billion in withdrawals

The number represents nearly 77,000 families across Wisconsin that have invested and used funds through Edvest to cover higher education costs such as tuition, books, housing, and fees.

UW rises on top colleges lists

According to a ranking from Niche, the University of Wisconsin–Madison rose 12 spots to No. 53 on the annual list of Best Colleges in America.

AprilAire donates 200 filled backpacks

In a joint release, Madison-headquartered AprilAire and St. Vincent de Paul in Madison announced the donation of 200 filled backpacks for donation to 200 elementary, 50 middle school, and 50 high school students.

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