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Reinemann to Become CALS Associate Dean for Extension, Outreach
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 11/16/2017

The longtime chair of the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Department of Biological Systems Engineering will soon fill the role of associate dean for extension and outreach and the school's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Doug Reinemann will assume the new duties on January 1, where he'll be in charge of the organization, content, and effectiveness of the college's extension and outreach programs, as well as aligning CALS programs with those of UW-Extension Cooperative Extension.

"Doug comes to the position with experience both in administration from his department chair role and in extension and outreach from his years on the faculty," said CALS Dean Kate VandenBosch. "So he is already starting with a great appreciation of the impact of the college's activities on our many partners outside of the university--and the impact of that engagement on the activities and scholarship of CALS faculty and staff."

A native of Sheboygan County, Reinemann joined the Department of Biological Systems Engineering and Cooperative Extension in 1990. Since then, he has served as a professor and a UW-Extension milking equipment/energy specialist. His research and outreach experience has largely focused on machine milking systems, rural energy issues, renewable energy technology and sustainable biofuels production.

Meanwhile, Courtney Berner has been named executive director of the University of Wisconsin Center for Cooperatives. She will succeed Anne Reynolds, who is retiring in January after more than two decades in the position.

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