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Five Medical College of Wisconsin Faculty Members Named Health Care Heroes
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Five Medical College of Wisconsin Faculty Members Named Health Care Heroes

The winners were featured in the BizTimes’ Dec. 18, 2017 issue.

Veterans Struggle At UW-Milwaukee

Veterans Struggle At UW-Milwaukee

UW work group seeks to improve process, give Vets more credit for military classes.

UWM hosts Wisconsin Science Festival in Milwaukee Oct. 21-23
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UWM hosts Wisconsin Science Festival in Milwaukee Oct. 21-23

The programs are not strictly limited to science topics.

Northwestern Mutual to receive fourth annual Mary Ellen Stanek Award
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Northwestern Mutual to receive fourth annual Mary Ellen Stanek Award

Award honoring diversity in corporate governance given by Greater Milwaukee Committee & Milwaukee Women inc.

Wisconsin Energy Corp. Chairman & CEO Gale Klappa to receive third annual Mary Ellen Stanek Award
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Wisconsin Energy Corp. Chairman & CEO Gale Klappa to receive third annual Mary Ellen Stanek Award

Award honoring diversity in corporate governance given by Greater Milwaukee Committee & Milwaukee Women inc.

Plenty of Horne: Will Water Technology Transform the City?
Plenty of Horne

Will Water Technology Transform the City?

Badger Meter CEO says Milwaukee can remake itself as 15th century Florence once did, in speech at downtown GMC event.

ManpowerGroup Chairman & CEO Jeffrey Joerres to receive second annual Mary Ellen Stanek Award
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ManpowerGroup Chairman & CEO Jeffrey Joerres to receive second annual Mary Ellen Stanek Award

Award honoring diversity in corporate governance given by Greater Milwaukee Committee & Milwaukee Women inc.

Back in the News: The Glass Ceiling for Women
Back in the News

The Glass Ceiling for Women

Latest report shows little progress for women in state’s corporate boardrooms.

Murphy’s Law: Women Need Not Apply
Murphy’s Law

Women Need Not Apply

Led by MGIC, seven of Wisconsin’s top companies are men’s clubs, with no women in the executive suite.