As the year comes to a close, the Office of Business Engagement is taking a moment to reflect on 2022—a year of connection, growth and partnership. Here are our top headlines for the year, which were all made possible thanks to our business and industry partners.
Babayosimi (Simi) Fadiran, a microbiology major in his second year, is the 2022 recipient of the Jake Leinenkugel Diversity in Brewing Award, which supports students from underrepresented groups pursuing studies in brewing or fermentation sciences at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
On February 10, Aldevron hosted a virtual celebration of its lab facility expansion in Madison. Aldevron produces the raw materials that allow clients to make groundbreaking therapies, and its protein business unit has operated within …
Chancellor Rebecca Blank, left, and Kate VandenBosch, dean of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, wade into the knee-deep water of a cranberry marsh as university officials tour farming operations at Cranberry Creek Cranberries, …
The opening of a new data center at UW–Madison will thrust Wisconsin into the forefront of a revolution in social science research, creating new opportunities for growth and collaboration – including drivers of new business startups, and the effect of state and federal fiscal policy on macroeconomic performance.
Oshkosh Corporation, a company that employs over 100 UW-Madison alumni, and that is actively working with distinguished alumni from the College of Engineering, was recently selected for a contract to supply tactical vehicles to the U.S. Department of Defense — an agreement valued at 30 billion dollars.
Working together Orchid Monroe and UW–Madison’s Wisconsin Electric Machines and Power Electronics Consortium had the opportunity to think big!