MILWAUKEE —UW-Milwaukee Chancellor Carlos Santiago and UW-Madison Chancellor John Wiley spoke about cooperative programs involving the state’s two largest universities during a Monday, Jan. 8, 2007 luncheon at the Milwaukee Hyatt Regency, 333 W. Kilbourn. To view a Mediasite presentation of the event, click here. To read a WisBusiness.com story, click here.
The joint appearance built upon WIN-Milwaukee’s work in emphasizing the potential of the “I-Q Corridor” that connects the economies of
“We were thrilled to have the chancellors speaking about programs that already require their cooperation — and the prospect for more partnerships to come,” said Tom Still, president of WIN and its parent organization, the Wisconsin Technology Council. “The economies of the state and the I-Q Corridor can only improve when these two institutions find common ground.”
WIN is the membership subsidiary of the Wisconsin Technology Council, the science and tech policy advisers to the governor and the Legislature. To join WIN, go to www.wisconsintechnologycouncil.com or call Andrea Johnson at 608-442-7557, ext. 27.