Head of UW-Milwaukee athletics receives national recognition, Takeaways from this year’s deer harvest

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A pair of buck white tail deer lock antlers
A pair of buck white tail deer lock antlers at the edge of a woods in Zelienople, Pa., Friday, Oct. 2, 2015. Keith Srakocic/AP Photo

A national organization recently recognized the achievements of Amanda Braun, athletics director at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for the past 10 years. Braun joins us. Then, we assess Wisconsin’s gun-deer hunting season with a state Department of Natural Resources official.

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  • UW-Milwaukee athletic director receives national award

    Amanda Braun has led University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee athletics for the past decade, increasing donors by 45 percent and holding athletes’ grade point averages at 3.0 or above. We hear from the Broadhead native, who was recently recognized by a national organization for achievement and success.

  • Wisconsin's gun-deer harvest is smaller than last year

    Wisconsin’s gun-deer hunting season wrapped up last weekend. We talk with the state Department of Natural Resources’ deer program specialist for a review of the season and the spread of chronic wasting disease.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Mackenzie Krumme Producer
  • Royce Podeszwa Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Amanda Braun Guest
  • Jeff Pritzl Guest

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