UW-Madison further invests in computing, data science industry partnerships with latest hire

The University of Wisconsin-Madison has deepened its commitment to partnering with industry on computer, data, and information technologies with the hiring of seasoned industry veteran Andrea Bradshaw. Bradshaw will join the School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences (CDIS) and the Office of Business Engagement (OBE) as the CDIS business engagement director.

CDIS is the newest school at UW-Madison, created in 2019 to address the rapid growth in demand for computing and data science skills. With almost 3700 program students, CDIS’s mission is to amplify its world-class research and produce more students among our graduates who have been exposed to and trained in computational thinking, big data, artificial intelligence and related fields.

The university has long been a partner for industries across the state, and Bradshaw’s addition will accelerate technology and innovation-based talent and research collaborations. In her new role, Bradshaw will build and enhance relationships between UW-Madison and the private sector, government and nonprofits.

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