A message from Chancellor Ray Cross
Amanda Day is on her way to earning an online degree in Health and Wellness Management through UW-Extension
Her loss was her gain
UW-Extension's Independent Learning has helped students meet their educational goals for 120 years and counting
Happy 120th to Independent Learning!
Tracy Lynn Lemon earns her degree at UW Colleges Online
Merrill mom earns degree virtually
UW-Richland offers an affordable starting point for Abdl Haleem family
Following in the family footsteps at UW Richland
UW-Waukesha students experience London with help from Continuing Education
Students and community members find magic on London theater tour
UW-Washington County student Jessica DeLaurier went from an orphanage to Oxford University
From orphanage to Oxford
Samantha Below earns college credit at UW-Waukesha as a high school student
Below goes above and beyond at UW Waukesha
Megan Wetherbee enjoys UW-Madison status at UW-Fond du Lac
Pre med student starts degree at UW Fond du Lac
Robert Sewell Jr. likes the size, cost and location of UW-Fox Valley.
UWFox student appreciates small classes as he pursues big dreams
Joe Hills turned to UWFox to complete degree after a 30 year gap
Entrepreneur gets good start on degree after 30 year gap
M. Geoffrey Murray was elected president of both the UW-Fond du Lac Student Government Association and the UW Colleges Student Governance Council
Entrepreneur dives into student government
Brenda Tyczkowski has watched the explosion of healthcare information technology during 20-plus years as a nurse, nursing director and now academic director of the UW System’s first healthcare IT degree.
UW System’s first healthcare IT degree meets needs in exploding field
Janna Rasmussen enrolled in higher education classes online through the UW System after a bet with her son
Steak dinner bet whets this family’s appetite for learning
The Baraboo Downtown Market Analysis by UW-Extension helped The Green Vine develop a business plan.
Baraboo economic roadmap
Adel Talaat is a UW-Madison professor and client of the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs' Network (WEN), managed by UW-Extension.
Taking the leap from Ph.D. to CEO
Scott Koffarnus, CEO and creative director of Cineviz, credits the UW-Green Bay SBDC in helping him focus and grow his business.
Do the impossible
Whole Trees Architecture & Structures helped by the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs' Network and the Wisconsin Small Business Development Network, both managed by UW-Extension.
Forest waste: alternative to steel & concrete
O'so Brewing Co. credits the help of the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network.
Beer that’s O’so good!
Business and industry leaders gathered for the UW-Marathon County's 2nd annual Business & Industry Roundtable.
Staying in touch with local needs
Broadband in Wisconsin: Sowing the seeds of change
Sowing the seeds of change
Susan Straley of Rentapen Inc. says SBDC assistance was crucial to her company’s 48% increase in sales.
Meet the Queen of Lean Machine Design
Harry Lum, owner of Convenience Electronics Inc. (CEI), McFarland, credits the help of UW-Extension's Phil Jackson, a Wisconsin Small Business Development Center counselor.
Backlog is gone; shipping, 100% on time
Anytime, anywhere access to crop information
Anytime, anywhere access to crop information
Bruce Brown, a senior geologist for UW-Extension’s Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, visited all of the frac sand counties of western Wisconsin.
Wisconsin’s gold rush
UW-Fond du Lac students spent a spring break on a Habitat for Humanity project in Albany, Ga.
’Habitat runs on the hearts and souls of people.’
Chequamegon Bay region gets new Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) station with public and private support
The Chequamegon Connection
Remembering Wisconsin Public Radio's Jim Packard of Whad'Ya Know?
Remembering Jim Packard
Students at UW-Marshfield/Wood County give back to their community
“Sweet Dreams” help for traumatic times
UW-Extension's Leadership Wisconsin two-year leadership training included a trip to Milwaukee.
A rare opportunity
Adam Schrager of Wisconsin Public Television, part of UW-Extension's public broadcasting division, asked voters "What's on your mind, Wisconsin?" and presented political campaign Fact Check workshops.
What’s on your mind, Wisconsin?
UW-Extension staff got a Navy grant to present a winter Operation Military Kids camp, a military and 4-H collaboration, at Upham Woods in Wisconsin Dells.
One deployed. The rest also serve.
UW-Extension's Pyle Center in Madison hosted a Rhythm & Booms fireworks viewing party for pediatrics patients of American Family Children's Hospital.
Pediatric patients have a blast at fireworks show
4-H, a program of UW-Extension and local government partners in Wisconsin, presents STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) activities.
Building robots and confidence
The Green County 4-H Dog Project helped raise funds for a service dog for Katie Jacobson’s son Griffin.
The G-Team: a boy and his service dog
Richland Middle School principal Dave Guy, Technology Expo volunteer Keely Liska and Steve Kohlstedt of UW-Extension
Tech Expo bridges generations
The University of Wisconsin-Extension eParenting High Tech Kids is developed by the UW-Extension Family Living team to teach families about social media like Facebook and Skype, video gaming and other technology.
eParenting high tech kids
Thomas Thomson, 70, has peers in their 20s at UW-Fox Valley, Menasha, one of the 13 University of Wisconsin Colleges campuses.
70-year-old starts path to Ph.D.
UW-Rock County graduate Jim Bushelle, owner of the Janesville Hot Air Balloon Co., teaches a College for Kids science class.
Kids’ science interest balloons
4-H, a program of UW-Extension and local government partners in Wisconsin, offers youth leadership training for members like Joe Kreitzer, an archery instructor in Washington County.
Washington County to Washington, D.C.
College for Kids at the University of Wisconsin-Marshfield/Wood County interests youth in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) hands-on activities.
Science beats snacks
The University of Wisconsin-Extension's Family Living Programs has teamed up with community-based Head Start programs on the Money Smart in Head Start (M$iHS) initiative.
Money $mart in Head Start
UW-Extension business clients Tim and Kelly Knipper installed the backsplash featured in this exhibit at Business Expo 2012, where they won "Best of Show -- Large Display."
Mistakes on paper less costly than in real world
SBDC key to Door Landscape’s success