Paul F. Trebian, Ed.D., MBA/TM, will become president of the College of Menominee Nation (CMN) on May 15, 2018. The announcement by the College’s Board of Trustees follows a 14-month national search that attracted candidates from across the country. CMN… Read More
Patrick Steele has recently published his book, “Home of the Braves” which dives into the historical details of the Milwaukee Braves baseball program and their impact on Milwaukee before moving to Atlanta. Patrick is an associate professor of history at… Read More
Nick Grahl, P.E. joined Performa as a structural engineer. He is an experienced engineer carrying a license in professional engineering and is sitting for his structural engineering license summer of 2018.
Bianca Lynne Spriggs has been published by the University Press of Kentucky for her work “Black Bone: 25 Years of the Affrilachian Poets”. She is the recipient of a Kentucky Arts Council 2013 Al Smith Individual Arts Fellowship in Poetry… Read More
Dr. John Schneider, Chief Medical Officer of the Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division, has been appointed to the full-time faculty at The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) in the department of psychiatry and behavioral medicine as an assistant professor for… Read More
Shelley Lazarus was presented with the 2017 Entrepreneur of the Year Award by the GLMV Chamber of Commerce. Shelly’s company, Snarf Foods “So Good You’ll Snarf ‘Em Down!” creates gourmet snacks and candies based on old family recipes. A portion… Read More
The International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, located in Brookfield, Wis., announced Terry Davidson as its Chief Executive Officer. As the organizational strategist and operations lead, Terry is overseeing 140 staff members and serving as the primary liaison to the… Read More
Alumnae Susan Burke recently published her first novel, “Semiosis.” A character-driven science fiction work, it focuses on colonists from Earth who discover that they must forge alliances with a sentient species that consider themselves superior to humans.
Howard Schoenfeld, a litigator with DeWitt Ross & Stevens, has been named a member of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Wisconsin. Schoenfeld, who has been included as a member for 12 years, has practiced for more than 30 years… Read More
Kitty (Christine) Foth-Regner has released a novel set in a fictional five-star nursing home west of Milwaukee. “The Song of Sadie Sparrow” introduces readers to a group of wonderful and wise old folks, and the staffers who love them.