With a passion for applied social science research, Jessa Valentine earned a PhD in Sociology from UW–Madison. She now works as a managing consultant for DVP-PRAXIS LTD, a consulting firm focused on higher education and the workforce.
Having obtained his doctorate in sociology from UW–Madison in 2014, Hanif Nu’Man currently applies his disciplinary knowledge in his work as the Chief Sociologist of ReSCI Consulting, LLC—a management consultancy firm he founded based in Madison.
Graduating from UW–Madison in 1995 with a PhD in electrical engineering, Winslow Sargeant is motivated by a passion for solving problems.
With the company’s first calendar year in the books, ETO Consulting’s founder and president, and UW–Madison alumnus, Tom Kuplic, finds himself the happiest and most successful he’s ever been.
Science writer, Timothy Oleson, is the first to admit he followed a roundabout path to combine his range of interests, and land a job that strings together his years of studying them.
From a young age, Kate Baldwin was interested in how visual illustrations in text books helped to communicate complex theories.
Growing alongside the up-and-coming local success story of Phoenix Nuclear Labs, UW–Madison alumnus, Evan Sengbusch, exemplifies how a well-rounded résumé of expertise, and a push from an advisor can lead to extraordinary post-graduate ventures.
Examining the résumé of Liz Percak-Dennett, a Wisconsin alumni who completed her PhD in geoscience in 2014, would bring pride to any fellow Badger, and awe to any employer, including Hess Corporation in Houston – the lucky one that snatched her up right out of an internship.
The dynamics of a medical technology start-up company can be difficult and constantly changing, but Ben Moga’s company Tasso is alive and thriving.
While trying to figure out who she was during her teenage years, Emily Haga discovered plants.