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Wisconsin Lab Association Fall Conference

The WLA exists to connect and communicate to laboratory technicians, to promote sound environmental, personal health, and safety practices and to provide awareness to Good Laboratory Practices and quality measurement tools to improve laboratory processes.

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Get Informed at WLA

headerNext month, the Wisconsin Laboratory Association (WLA) will be hosting the 39th Annual Educational Conference at the Crowne Plaza in Madison, Wisconsin. As always, the two days will be filled with the most current, important topics that QA and Technical Managers, Laboratory Technicians and anyone involved within the food industry are discussing and need to become more informed about. Click here for agenda and speakers listing.

There will also be approximately 20 exhibitors on-hand that understand laboratory and QA needs and can provide the products that will help make your job more efficient with the newest and best technology available.

WLA’s reputation is that of one of the best educational organizations available to us in the state of Wisconsin! Invest in two of the most informational days you can by joining us September 16 & 17 in Madison. We will be featuring our color-coded products, including the new UST brushes & brooms; data loggers, allergen test kits, 3M Petrifilm and more!

Register here today: http://www.wisconsinlabassociation.org/fallworkshop.htm

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Nelson-Jameson Employee Named “Laboratorian of the Year” by the Wisconsin Laboratory Association

cathyWe are proud to announce that Cathy Laube, Laboratory Supplies Product Manager at Nelson-Jameson, was named the “Joe Mityas Laboratorian of the Year” by the Wisconsin Laboratory Association (WLA) for her contributions to the Association and the laboratory field!

Kristen Houck, of the Center for Dairy Research, shares that the award is given to an outstanding representative of the WLA’s mission “to improve the cause, technique, practice, and knowledge of industrial laboratory technicians through communication and educational opportunities.”

Laube has served as President, WLA Board Member (past president), and also as the chair of the Supplier Subcommittee. Houck explains that Laube has: “been such a great addition to WLA. She knows what our members need/want in terms of training/education and also knows what vendors have in their wheelhouse to make our member’s jobs more efficient and productive. Her positive attitude is contagious, and she knows how to plan and organize – a great multitasker.” We could not agree more, Kristen…congratulations, Cathy!

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