You Can Have It All: A Master’s Degree and a Family

tanya and ron higgins: earning a master's degree and raising a family

It’s hard, but you can have it all–you can study for a master’s degree and raise a family while working full-time. Take it from Ron and Tanya Higgins, two working professionals who completed online master’s degrees from UW-Madison while raising …

Supervisory Academy Featured by APWA

Steve Pudloski, program director for the UW-Madison Department of Engineering Professional Development and the Transportation Information Center, was recently featured in a Wisconsin American Public Works Association (APWA) article. To read the article on page 7, click here.

The …

EPD Instructors Williams, Bishop Featured in Uptime Magazine

George Williams and Robert Bishop, who teach several professional development courses at EPD, were recently featured in Uptime Magazine about how the Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (BMS) aligned its central efforts with a reliability strategy.

The article, “A Journey to Shape …

How Preventive Maintenance Optimization Can Help You

by Robert Bishop CMRP, CRL, ISO 55K

Maintenance Engineer


Can your organization benefit from PMO? Find out if it’s right for you and how to go about getting started.

What is Preventive Maintenance Optimization (PMO?)

Preventive Maintenance Optimization (PMO) …

FRA Calls on States to Verify Rail Crossing Warning Systems  

The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) is urging state and local transportation officials to verify that their rail crossing warning systems are working properly.

In a letter from FRA Administrator Sarah E. Feinberg to the heads of state departments of transportation, …

Starting Salary for Engineering Grads Among Highest

The average salary for engineering grads is projected among the highest of 2016 graduates at $64,891, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers. This is a 3 percent increase from 2015 and much higher than graduates in other …

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