Author: WTN News

The scientific community is taking the first tentative steps to address America's quiet crisis, the lack of young people entering the STEM disciplines. Organizers of a Discovery World exhibit set to open in Miwaukee this fall hope a little "wow" factor will turn kids on...

A paper we recently reviewed published on the MIT Workplace Center website titled suggests that personal lives continue to take a pounding at the hands of ever more demanding careers and jobs. The problem is global and getting worse....

Kay Napier, whose marketing expertise has played a role in successful product launches at Proctor & Gamble and McDonald's Corp., has been named to the board of directors of Third Wave Technologies....

The Legislature's second snub of a Doyle ethanol proposal has the governor and his Secretary of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection wondering why Republican lawmakers don't support a growing industry....

Bringing software developers to the workspace, and avoiding "geek speak," is Leslie Hearn's approach to information technology projects at TDS Telecom. She's putting her approach to the test on a project designed to simplify life for the company's call center service representatives....

Bill Hendee, dean of the Medical College of Wisconsin graduate school since 1995, will retire at the end of this month to devote more time to a scientific journal he edits, and to a national initiative to teach doctors more about the underlying science of...

Does John Jazwiec have as much to complain about as Darwin Smith, the former Kimberly-Clark CEO who disparaged Wisconsin's business climate back in the 1980s? Jazwiec, the RedPrairie software leader, has sparked another debate by hinting of the company's desire to leave Wisconsin....