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Kimberly Aime (MA, Ohio State Univ.) has been blogging since 2005. Through her blog, she has maintained steady work as a freelancer, including two book deals. Through her classes, she helps other writers use social media to create an online presence and writing portfolio.
GIOSUE A. ALAGNA
Giosue A. Alagna (MA in public affairs; MA candidate in Spanish and Portuguese), an experienced translator and language teacher, has worked in Peru, Spain, and Italy.
DANIEL ARES LOPEZ
Daniel Ares Lopez (PhD candidate in Hispanic literature) is a native Spanish speaker who has taught Spanish to adults for many years. His areas of interest include linguistics, philology, and teaching Spanish as a second language in multicultural classrooms.
Tami Bahr is the assistant director of Connections Counseling in Madison, WI.
CRAIG H. BENSON
Craig H. Benson , Distinguished Professor, Environmental Engineering, is an expert on environmental containment systems, solid waste, radioactive waste, re-using industrial byproducts in construction applications and sustainable engineering.
Vicki Bier , Professor, industrial and systems engineering; director, Center for Human Performance and Risk Analysis is an expert on risk analysis and decision analysis, as applied to nuclear power safety, homeland security and critical-infrastructure protection.
Bridget Birdsall (MFA, Vermont College) decided in midlife to overcome dyslexic challenges and pursue her passion for writing, especially young adult literature. An award-winning author, she helps other writers find their voice and get their words out into the world.
Christopher Bolander (PhD in French, UW-Madison) has lived in Montreal and has published and presented on Québécois literature and culture.
Marilyn Bonjean (Ed.D) has more than 20 years of clinical experience with older adults and is a nationally known speaker on issues related to their well-being.
Douglas Bosley (MFA, UW-Madison) was born and raised in the upper Mojave Desert of Southern California. He graduated from Western Washington University in 2009 with a BA in fine arts/printmaking before his MFA at UW-Madison.
Chelcy Bowles director of continuing education in music at UW-Madison, Chelcy directs and teaches adult programs in the community and professional development courses in music. An experienced classical and traditional Irish musician, she is a member of Capitol Ceili Band.
Kay Brathol-Hostvet (BFA, UW-Stout) is an enthusiastic instructor who brings a wealth of experience in drawing, design, and painting to the classroom. She is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America and represented locally by Artisan Gallery, Paoli. www.kaybratholhostvet.com
Robert Breslow is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist (BCPS) and teaches at UW-Madison.
Alison Brooks (Licence es lettres, Univ. de Paris) is a teacher and translator of Arabic and French and is pursuing a master's in African languages and literature at UW-Madison. A former Peace Corps volunteer, she's lived in Tunisia, France, Syria, and Lebanon.
Carrie Broughton (RN) attended the Madison General School of Nursing and UW-Madison and is board certified in gerontology and mental health. A graduate of the first class of Continuing Studies' Mental Health and the Older Adult Certificate Series, she has worked in Behavioral Services at Meriter Hospital for nearly 35 years.
Scott Caldwell (MA) is a licensed substance-abuse counselor who has trained professionals working with youth in health care, schools, juvenile justice, and human services.
SUZANNA WATERS CASTILLO
Suzanna Waters Castillo (PhD, UW-Madison) directs and teaches programs on aging and long-term care for UW-Madison Continuing Studies.
Arsenio Cicero (PhD, UW-Madison) is a native of Havana and an experienced Spanish instructor who has taught extensively in Wisconsin. He is interested in combining language and culture in the classes he teaches.
SONYA CLARK, MM
Sonya Clark (MM in piano performance and pedagogy, UW-Madison) maintains an active performance schedule and a full studio. The recipient of several awards, including the Corey Memorial Piano Scholarship, she immensely enjoys teaching.
Georgia Corner was a soloist with the Erick Hawkins Dance Company from 1996-2000. A founder of the NYC-based Wellspring Project, she has danced with Douglas Dunn and Dancers, Dura Mater, Lise Brenner, and Beverly Brown.
Michael Corradini is a professor of engineering physics and chair of the Energy Institute. His expertise is nuclear engineer with research interests focused on thermal hydraulics and multiphase flow for nuclear safety.
ROBERT L. CURRY
Robert L. Curry has MFA degrees in both acting (SMU Professional Theater Training Program) and fiction (Vermont College). He has been a professional actor for 30 years, with seasons of classical repertory at American Players Theater in Spring Green, WI and The Old Globe in San Diego, CA. He is head of Playwrights Ink, a Madison Playwrights' development group. He has taught at UW-Madison Continuing Studies Write-by-the-Lake and School of the Arts at Rhinelander for more than a decade and also teaches academic and creative writing, literature, and film at Madison College. His screenplay, The Last Great Ride, was turned into a film starring Ernest Borgnine and Eileen Brennan.
JULIE M. DAHL
Julie M. Dahl (PhD in Spanish and Portuguese, UW-Madison) has extensive experience teaching adult language learners in a variety of contexts, in the U.S. and abroad. Her area of expertise is contemporary Spanish and Portuguese culture.
Jonatas Dasilva was trained in the classic European style and is influenced by the baroque, classic realist, figurative, and sequential art styles. He has taught classic realism for eight years and exhibited throughout the country.
Maggie Delaney-Potthoff , performs throughout the U.S. and Europe with the highly acclaimed band Harmonious Wail. One of Madison's finest jazz vocalists, she is also a private vocal coach and a recording artist.
Sims Delaney-Potthoff studied with Jethro Burns and with Matt Glaser at Berklee College of Music. He sings, writes, and arranges for Harmonious Wail, which he founded in 1987. An award-winning composer, he has been named Madison's Best Instrumentalist.
Christine Desmet is an award-winning writer of novels and screenplays who teaches fiction and screenwriting and mentors other writers at UW-Madison.
Lori Devoti has garnered excellent reviews for her teaching at Write-by-the-Lake Writer's Workshop & Retreat and at Writers' Institute. The author of urban fantasy, contemporary romance, and paranormal romance, she's been a finalist for many awards. Learn more at www.loridevoti.com.
DARRELL FRANCIS DIERINGER
Darrell Francis Dieringer (BS, UW-Madison) is a professional ballroom dancer, competing in American style rhythm. He and his professional dance partner operate the Art of Dance ballroom and Latin dance school.
Mary Diman (MFA, BS painting, UW-Madison), has taught studio painting for UW-Madison, School of the Arts at Rhinelander and Studio Painting at Green lake for 30 years. Her paintings are in invitational and juried shows nationally, and in museum, university, corporate, and private collections. She has also been a scientific illustrator, web designer, and gallery director. Visit marydiman.wordpress.com
Stella Dobbins (MA, Univ. of Houston) is an artist and art historian who exhibits her artwork nationwide and is a signature member of the National Watercolor Society.
Robbi Dreifuerst (MS, UW-Madison) is director of the Wisconsin Certified Public Manager Program for UW-Madison Continuing Studies.
Patrick Eagan , Professor, Engineering Professional Development, conceives, plans, conducts, evaluates professional education programs and conducts research on industrial/municipal environmental engineering, design, management and water resources.
DONNA EREZ NAVOT
Donna Erez Navot Donna Erez Navot (JD, Cardozo Law School) directs the Mediation Clinic at UW Law School. She has worked in the Child Permanency Mediation Program of the New York City Family Court, where she mediated placement of children in foster care.
ELIZABETH A. FENTRESS
Elizabeth A. Fentress is a professional playwright, director, and actress. Her play
Liz's Circus Story
, which she wrote and performed, premiered on Kentucky Educational Television; her play
The Honey Harvest
premiered at the Horse Cave Theatre.
JENNIFER L. FINK
Jennifer L. Fink is a working freelance writer who has previously taught at the School of the Arts and Moraine Park Technical College. Her classes have included Non-Fiction Writing, Creative Writing, Telling Your Story (a memoir and essay class), Honoring Your Creativity, and Writing for Magazines and the Web, as well as various writing workshops. She also teaches an online writing course, Feature Writing in the Digital Age, through UW-Madison's Continuing Studies. In addition, Jennifer presents and leads homeschooling workshops, including Homeschooling Boys, Single-Parent Homeschooling, and Let's Make Paper Airplanes, at homeschooling conferences. She's also organized and moderated sessions at the American Society of Journalists and Authors annual conference.
Linda Friend was a Senior Producer at Wisconsin Public Television where she was awarded more than 40 national broadcast awards. She teaches photography and video at Edgewood College and regularly exhibits photography in the Midwest and local Madison area.
Kathy Germann has facilitated trainings on a broad range of human relations issues since 1982. She has taught on three college campuses and managed two nonprofits, and she brings passion and a healthy sense of humor to her work.
Leah Gjertson (MSW, JD; PhD candidate in social work) is a project assistant at the Center for Financial Security in UW-Madison's School of Human Ecology. She previously worked at the Institute for Research on Poverty.
Sage Goellner (PhD in French, UW-Madison) has lived in France and Quebec and has taught all levels of French language and culture. She is a faculty associate and French instructor at UW-Madison.
Martha Goodge (MA in French), a graduate student in the Dept. of French and Italian, has taught several evening French courses. She also researches 17th-century French literature and culture.
Joseph Goveas (MD) is an assistant professor in the Dept. of Psychiatry at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Jim Greco is the costume studio supervisor at UW-Madison's University Theatre and teaches Fundamentals of Costume Technology (Stage Makeup and Sewing for the Theatre) and Costume Technology (Draping and Crafts). As a costume shop manager, he has worked for the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Indianapolis Repertory Theatre, GeVa Theatre, and The Berkshire Theatre Festival. As a draper he has created costumes for the Utah Shakespearean Festival, The Alliance Theatre, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Hartford Stage, Yale Repertory Theatre, Madison Repertory Theatre, American Players Theatre, and Shakespeare Theatre in Washington DC. Jim has worked with Tony-award winning designers Martin Pakledinaz, Catherine Zuber, and Ann Hould-Ward and has designed for the Florida Shakespeare Festival, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Whoop De Doo, GeVa, and University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa.
Vida Groman has worked as a teacher, consultant, and therapist for more than 30 years and has studied and taught Perceptual Thinking Patterns since 1984. She uses an eclectic approach that invites participants to learn through their bodies and minds.
Heidi Hakseth is an Irish music and dance enthusiast. She has taught Irish dances to adults students for more than 10 years.
Sandy Hardie is a certified Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor and Independent Clinical Supervisor. She has worked in the addiction field for over 27 years specializing in women and trauma for 15 of those years.
Jackie Hefty (MFA, UW-Madison) an artist and educator for nearly 30 years, concentrates on papermaking, the book arts, printmaking, and collage. Visit www.whispering-woodlands.com to learn more.
Kyle Henderson (MS, UW-Whitewater) is digital marketing manager for UW-Madison Continuing Studies. An experienced communications professional and performer with expertise in digital content and presentation, he helps organizations communicate clearly and relevantly with their audiences via email, blogs and websites, as well as face-to-face.
Jamie Henke (PhD in music theory) is a distinguished faculty associate at UW-Madison. She teaches music for Continuing Studies and music theory for non-majors at the School of Music. She is a recipient of the chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching.
PAUL H. HENNING
Paul H. Henning was a professional location photographer for 15 years before co-founding and directing Wisconsin's only commercial stock picture agency. After selling that company, he worked in London as Manager of European Operations for the Comstock picture agency, and since 1999 has been a consultant to stock image libraries & photographers worldwide. He currently works extensively with two major players in the picture industry: Tetra Images (www.tetraimages.com) and Matton Images (www.matton.com).
Flo Hilliard (MS, Univ. of North Florida) is project manager of the Wisconsin Women's Education Network on Addiction, Recovery, and Prevention at UW-Madison. She has worked in addiction treatment, prevention, and advocacy for nearly 20 years.
Alice Honeywell has helped adults improve their writing for more than 30 years. She has worked at UW Press and the UW-Madison LaFollette School of Public Affairs and has written and edited for business, nonprofit, and public-sector organizations.
Timothy Howell (PhD) is a geropsychiatrist and assistant professor of medicine at the UW Medical School. He has extensive clinical experience with older adults and is also on staff at the VA Hospital in Madison.
Kristin Hunt (Ph.D. UW-Madison, 2006, Theatre Research) is a lecturer in the Integrated Liberal Studies (ILS) department at UW-Madison and serves as the program's Undergraduate Advisor. She teaches a variety of courses including Comedy and Political Thought, The Art of War, Art and Political Activism, and Critical Thought and Expression.
Karen Jankowsky (PhD, Washington Univ.-St. Louis) studied in Tubingen, Berlin, and Paris. She taught at the Univ. of Washington, Wayne State University, and UW-Madison and has contributed to many scholarly organizations, conferences, and publications.
Denise Jess has facilitated trainings on a wide range of human relations issues since the mid-1980s, including teaching in a learner-centered classroom for 11 years. She is committed to creating inclusive environments where all voices are respected.
TIMOTHY JUERGENS, MD
Timothy Juergens (MD) is a board-certified geriatric psychiatrist on the faculty of the UW Medical School and the Veteran's Hospital in Madison. Late-life sleep disorders are a primary area of his research, teaching, and clinical practice.
Maya Kadakia recently returned to the U.S. after spending a year studying traditional dance in Guinea and Mali, West Africa. She is excited to share her new material and her love of African dance with the Madison community.
YOUNGMI J. KIM
Youngmi J. Kim (MS, UW-Madison) is a native of Seoul, Korea and has taught Korean language and culture at all levels. She has a passion for teaching language and enjoys interacting with students.
Jeff Kirsch Jeff Kirsch (PhD, UW-Madison), has taught at Tulane University and UW-Madison. He has authored three published novels, many Independent Learning courses in Spanish and Portuguese, and the textbook
Spanish for Reading Knowledge
HELEN R. KLEBESADEL
Helen R. Klebesadel (MFA, UW-Madison) exhibits her watercolors internationally. Director of the Wisconsin Regional Artist Program and an experienced teacher in art and gender and women's studies, she offers unique online and in-person courses to develop artistic skills and creative voice. Visit klebesadel.com or continuingstudies.wisc.edu/lsa/art/wrap/.
Theresa Koenig (DMA, UW-Madison) plays baroque and modern bassoon and Renaissance winds. She has played with many period ensembles, including Piffaro, Lyra Baroque Orchestra, Duo Ricercata, Eliza's Toyes, and Chicago Baroque Band.
Akira Kondo (PhD candidate in second-language acquisition) is a native of Osaka, Japan. He has extensive experience teaching English and Japanese in Japan and the U.S. and has also worked as an English-Japanese simultaneous interpreter.
Ann Lewis (MS) is a psychotherapy clinician and supervisor for adult counseling services at Family Services, Inc., Madison, WI. She also is the Supervisor for WISE Stars which offers psychotherapy for older adults.
Tom Linfield is a founding member of the cooperative artsTRIBE and chair of Madison Area Open Art Studios. He exhibits regularly and has received grants and press for various art projects. Visit www.arts-tribe.com and www.TomLinfield.com to learn more.
Joshua Ludke (art education degree, UW-Madison; art therapy degree, UW-Superior) draws, paints, and makes prints and is a substitute teacher for the Madison Schools.
Darcy Luoma is an Organization Development Specialist & Leadership Coach and the owner of Darcy Luoma Coaching & Consulting, LLC. Darcy has been involved in the coaching field for over fifteen years, and was recently voted Madison's favorite coach. She is credentialed as a ORSCC (Certified Organization and Relationship Systems Coach Certified) and CPCC (Professional Co-active Coach) And is a former board member of the International Coaching Federation. Ms. Luoma is a graduate of the George L. Graziadio School of Business & Management at Pepperdine University and has a Masters of Science in Organization Development.
Nancy Macgregor (BFA, Layton School of Art) did advertising art and television production in Chicago, then opened her own studio. She has taught figure drawing, watercolor, printmaking, and acrylics. Visit www.nancymacgregor.com to learn more
KURT D. MAJKOWSKI
Sarah Marty (master's in arts administration, MS in curriculum and instruction, UW-Madison) directs theatre programs for UW-Madison Continuing Studies and is managing director of Four Seasons Theatre.
Perri Mayes (JD) has been a respected mediator and trainer for more than 20 years. A former instructor for UW-Milwaukee's graduate certificate program in mediation, she served as president of the Association of Conflict Resolution in 2011-12.
Aphra Mednick (LCSW, MSW, Smith College) has clinical and supervisory experience with a variety of populations. Currently she is an outreach specialist in the Dept. of Professional Development and Applied Studies, UW-Madison Continuing Studies.
KENNETH A. MILLER
Kenneth A. Miller co-owns Miller Design and Consulting, specializing in publication design, onsite training, and video production services. He has also worked as an associate professor of graphic arts and as a video and visual editor for Capital Newspapers.
Joan Mills (MS, UW-Madison) is a dance specialist who has been named Wisconsin Dance Educator of the year by the National Dance Association.
JOHN E. NELSON
John E. Nelson is a speaker and seminar facilitator on life stage planning, well-being and core values. He is co-author of the book What Color is Your Parachute? for Retirement and the creator of the Well-Being Model, which integrates emerging concepts from psychology, economics, medicine and other fields. It was selected as the structure for the retirement education program for the federal workforce, the employees of AARP and other organizations. John is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Wisconsin.
Leslee Nelson (MFA, UW-Madison) has taught Business of Art for ten years in the UW Art Department. Her 2011 sabbatical project expanded the web component of this class. She exhibits her work internationally and at the Chazen Museum of Art. Visit www.LesleeNelson.com
Robert Newton (PhD, UW-Madison) teaches online and in the classroom at UW-Madison. His research and teaching interests include oral and performance traditions in West Africa and the Celtic regions. He has performed traditional Irish music for more than 30 years.
Paul Novak (PhD, UW-Madison) has studied yoga and hard and soft martial arts for many years.
LYNNE ROTHERMEL NOVOTNAK
Lynne Rothermel Novotnak (MA in dance/movement therapy) facilitates dance improvisation for people with a wide range of abilities and teaches an experimental approach to art.
Peggy Olive MSW (UW-Milwaukee), is an associate professor for the UW-Extension Department of Family Development with 20 years of experience providing community-based education. She also teaches financial education and coaching for NeighborWorks America and works with Cooperative Extension in Richland County.
Donna Peckett (BA in art history) is the producing artistic director of TAPIT/new works and a tap dancer, actor, educator, specialist in dance and drama for young children, and award-winning choreographer.
Kim Petersen (MD) is a geriatrician and president of Elder Advocates, Inc. He serves as a consultant and trainer across the country.
KIMARY J. PETERSON
Lies Pfeifer believes art enhances our lives and the process of creating nurtures our self. Pfeifer has been creating and working in the arts in the Madison area for over 20 years. She currently is Academic Curator of the UW Design Gallery, and Collections Manager at the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection, located in the UW Madison School of Human Ecology. Pfeifer's art, like her teaching, encourages a spiritual connection through self-acceptance in art play.
Liese Pfeifer is academic curator of the UW Design Gallery and Collections Manager at the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection in the UW-Madison School of Human Ecology. Her art, like her teaching, encourages a spiritual connection through self-acceptance in art play.
Axel Presas (PhD candidate, UW-Madison), a native Spanish speaker from Havana, has taught Spanish at Univ. of South Florida and UW-Madison. He's an effective instructor ready to teach you all the secrets of Spanish grammar.
MARIELA V. QUESADA CENTENO
Mariela V. Quesada Centeno is a native of San José, Costa Rica, and a graduate student in public and global health at UW-Madison. Her passion for Latino culture and food create a space for students to explore the richness of the Spanish language.
Cynde Quinn is a signature member of the Midwest Watercolor Society and has taught graphic design, oil painting, and watercolor for Madison College and UW-Madison Continuing Studies. Visit www.cynthiaquinn.com to learn more.
Cynthia Quinn is a signature member of the Midwest Watercolor Society and has taught graphic design, oil painting, and watercolor for Madison College and UW-Madison Continuing Studies. Visit www.cynthiaquinn.com to learn more.
Ken Robbins (MD) is a board-certified geriatric psychiatrist and geriatrician with more than 20 years of experience in providing care to older adults. He is the medical director for the geriatric psychiatry unit at Stoughton Hospital.
Katherine Rosing (MFA, Northern Illinois Univ) has exhibited and been collected by museums and galleries across the United States, and in Japan, China, and Germany. Rosing earned an MFA in 1992 from Northern Illinois University. For over 20 years, she has taught studio art courses at colleges and universities in Chicago and Madison.
Jeff Russell is co-director of Russell Consulting, Inc., where he specializes in helping organizations successfully respond to the challenges of continuous change with a focus on leadership, strategic thinking, leading change, and performance coaching.
Jeffrey Russell (PhD, PE) is vice provost for lifelong learning and dean of the Division of Continuing Studies at UW-Madison. Previously, he was professor and chair of the Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Pieper Foundation Chair in Servant Leadership.
NICOLA J. RUTLIN
Nicola J. Rutlin (MA in French) is an enthusiastic and energetic French instructor committed to stimulating her students' interest in French and Francophone cultures. Originally from Scotland, she studied at the Sorbonne and lived in Bordeaux.
Angela Rydell (MFA in poetry, Warren Wilson College) has taught creative writing workshops throughout Madison. Her work has been published in
Alaska Quarterly, Prairie Schooner, Poets & Writers
, and other journals.
Sadira has been performing and teaching Middle Eastern dance for more than 20 years. She travels and studies dance and music in Egypt, Morocco, and Jordan, and she produces the Madison Middle Eastern Festival and directs the Riad Dance Company.
Philip Salamone (BA, UW-Madison) studied classical drawing and painting at the Water Street Atelier in New York City. He has won several awards, including the Alfred Ross Award for outstanding achievement. Visit www.philipsalamone.com to learn more.
Laurie Scheer (MA, DePaul Univ.), is a published author and professional speaker, and an instructor for Continuing Studies. Her book
Creative Careers In Hollywood
and her DVD
How To Pitch and Sell Your Screenplay
have helped mentor the next generation of media professionals.
Jane Schulenburg is professor of history in the departments of Liberal Studies and the Arts, Women's Studies, and Medieval Studies at UW-Madison.
Lawrence Shapiro (Ph. D. University of Pennsylvania) is a professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He teaches courses in philosophy of psychology, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of biology. He also enjoys teaching introduction to philosophy.
Doug Smith (MA, MSc, MDiv) is a professional speaker, trainer, and consultant with more than 25 years of experience as a counselor, therapist, and health care administrator. He has written
The Tao of Dying
Being a Wounded Healer
, and several other books.
Mark Snowden (MD, MPH) is Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington. Following training in psychiatry and geriatrics, he worked as a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar and received a Master of Public Health degree. He is medical director for Geriatric Psychiatry Services at Harborview Medical Center. He provides and supervises geriatric psychiatry services to several community-based nursing homes and clinics, as well as inpatient treatment and consultations at Harborview Medical Center. His research focuses on delivery of mental health services to nursing home residents and he is currently conducting a National Institute of Mental Health grant studying treatment of depressed nursing home residents.
Rose Stephenson (MA, Middlebury College) lived for many years in Germany. She has taught Continuing Studies courses in German for more than 10 years.
Lynn Tarnoff directs School of the Arts at Rhinelander for UW-Madison Continuing Studies. Cofounder of Pastiche Gallery, she has exhibited and taught painting for more than 25 years and has worked in toy invention and design and community arts development.
Julia Taylor (MA, National Fine Arts Academy, Ukraine; MFA, UW-Madison) is trained in classic and contemporary graphic arts. She has exhibited her work and taught drawing, printmaking, and 2-D design internationally.
Vivian Tomlinson trained at the Univ. of Cape Town Ballet School, South Africa, before he became a principal dancer with Wisconsin Ballet Company.
CYNTHIA B. TORPPA
Cynthia B. Torppa (PhD, Ohio State Univ.) is associate professor of communication studies at Marshall University specializing in family communication. She teaches and researches youth development, organizational communication, and health communication.
SHARON M. VAN SLUIJS
Sharon M. Van Sluijs (MFA, Univ. of Iowa) has taught grammar, writing, and literature since 1990; worked at UW Press, UW-Madison, Washburn University, and SUNY; and written and edited for a wide range of clients through her manuscript consulting business, RX: Clarity.
Guy Vanrensselaer (BS, UW-Madison), an organizational improvement specialist with the City of Madison, has taught classes in productivity and quality management throughout Wisconsin.
Art Walaszek (MD) teaches in the UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health.
Daniel Wallach (MM in saxophone performance, UW-Madison) is professor of saxophone and jazz studies at Edgewood College. He has taught and recorded throughout the U.S. and performed with Chick Corea, Coco Taylor, Tower of Power, the Temptations, and others.
MICHAEL G. WATSON
Michael G. Watson (BA, UW-Madison) is a realist painter with emphasis on the figure and portraiture. Visit his work at www.mikewatsonart.com
Nancy Welch (BA, Colorado State Univ.) owned and managed a graphic design firm for 28 years and continues to explore the playful side of art.
Douglas Whittle (MFA, Univ. of Florida) has led Continuing Studies educational tours to Egypt, Peru, Tanzania, Vietnam and Cambodia, and many other international destinations, as well as performing-arts and visual-arts travel experiences in North America.
Peggy Williams (MS, UW-Madison) is an experienced freelance writer and teacher. She had so much fun independently publishing her first mystery novel that she decided to take her show on the road and help others map their own routes to indie success.
Rosalind Wiseman is the author of Queen Bees and Wannabes that was the basis for the movie Mean Girls. She is an internationally recognized speaker on social justice, parenting and media literacy. Ms. Wiseman is a frequent guest on the Today Show and Anderson Cooper 360. In 2011, she was one of the principal speakers at the White House Summit on Bullying. Her new book, Masterminds & Wingmen: Helping Your Son Cope with Schoolyard Power, Locker-Room Tests, Girlfriends and the New Rules of Boy World, is due for publication in October 2013.
ANTONETTE M. ZEISS
Antonette M. Zeiss (PhD in clinical psychology) is the former lead worker for the Central Veterans' Administration Office in Washington, DC, in research and development of evidence based cognitive therapies. She has received numerous awards for her work. The focus of her career has been on mental health policy and training, interdisciplinary teams and health care service delivery, and depression treatment and risk factors.
Xiuping Zhu (MA,English Linguistics) is a Chinese native with 20 years of teaching experience. She has taught Chinese courses for UW-Madison Continuing Studies since 2011 and loves teaching and singing.
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