Everyone is welcome to join the Breast Cancer Awareness 5k/walk/Run through the park.
Hold on tight, for the future of health is being shaped by the trailblazing companies of Wisconsin, propelling us into an era of personalized medicine that transcends barriers, dismantles inequities, and revolutionizes the very essence of healthcare. Welcome to a world where Wisconsin’s innovation prowess reigns supreme, where the power to heal lies in our hands, guided by the visionaries who call Wisconsin home! Join our sessions to learn more.
The Wisconsin Book Festival, presented by Madison Public Library in partnership with Madison Public Library Foundation, presents free, public author events that celebrate books and spark conversations. Each year, the festival creates a robust schedule of accomplished and new writers whose fiction, nonfiction, and poetry books appeal to all ages of readers.
More than 400 business and industry leaders, economic development professionals, and academics from throughout our state will gather Oct. 23-24 in Appleton for the second annual Wisconsin Economic Summit. The theme for this year’s summit is TOGETHER. We will explore how businesses, nonprofits, educators, and economic developers can work together—and connect with public resources—to build an economy that gives all Wisconsinites the opportunity to thrive.
You can save up to 15 minutes when you donate blood by using RapidPass! Visit RedCrossBlood.org/RapidPass for more information. Come give Oct. 21 thru Nov. 9 and get a $10 gift card by email. PLUS, get a chance to win a $5,000 prize to treat yourself! You could be one of three lucky winners (one a week). Terms apply: rcblood.org/lunch
Led by the brilliant Diana Pastrana, Conflict and Culture Consultant from DefyNE, this facilitated discussion promises to be a game-changer in your professional journey. Diana will guide us through the art of shifting toxicity to positivity through intentional change and creating a culture of inclusivity and belonging.
M+DEV is a video game development conference for professional game developers and those seeking to become professional game developers. This conference provides a gathering place for game developers in the state, the region and beyond to discuss and share the latest information on the science, art, mechanics and business of making games.
Administered in partnership between Discovery to Product and the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, the Draper TIF provides a mechanism to support the additional research often necessary to bring new concepts and inventions to the patent and licensing stage. The program goal is the eventual introduction of new products and processes into the marketplace for the public good.
Join us for an interactive discussion with Charles Lee Isbell Jr., University of Wisconsin–Madison’s provost. Provost Isbell has a deep and distinguished background that blends institutional leadership in computer science, research into machine learning and artificial intelligence, and interdisciplinary collaboration.