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The Urban League of Greater Madison is leading change and expanding opportunity in education and employment. We are currently seeking an experienced and passionate leader to join our team as Vice President of Education & Learning to help us transform education for children in the Greater Madison region and South Central Wisconsin, and lead our efforts to empower young people with a high quality education that makes a positive difference in their lives and others.
Patina Solutions, the fast-growing firm that provides proven, accomplished professionals with 25+ years of experience for key projects and engagements, has introduced a Change Effectiveness practice. This new practice is focused on helping clients plan, achieve and sustain successful adoption of their key initiatives by properly managing change throughout an organization.
Madison, Wisconsin, October 23, 2013 – Engineered Construction, Inc. broke ground on Park Towne Corporation’s 8,100 square foot re-development at 420 Gammon Road, Madison, WI. This will be a re-development of which was originally built for the TGI Friday’s restaurant. The re-development’s anchor tenant will be Wells Fargo bank, with approximately 4,000 square feet of space available for additional tenants. …read more →
Stemina Scientists Publish the Research behind their Rapid in vitro Screen for Screening Compounds that May Cause Birth Defects Stemina Biomarker Discovery, Inc. today announced the publication of its research and development efforts leading to the rapid in vitro birth defects screening test, quickPredict devTOX, in the journal Birth Defects Research Part B: Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology. Stemina launched the…read more →
Free Health Care Reform Seminars & Forums – Madison College Health Care Reform Seminar: October 23, 2013