- Science Expeditions April 9-11:
- Online Events: Update on Thursday Zoom with 4-H, tour of new Meat Science building; Update on Saturday Science @ Discovery “Try This at Home”;
- Outdoor Activities on Campus & Other UW-Madison Sites: Library Mall, Henry Mall, Union South plaza, Lakeshore Path, Nursing/Pharmacy quad, others?
- Possible Indoor Sites: Stock Pavilion?
- Establishing planning teams
- Other announcements or topics
- Badger Talks Live: – https://www.facebook.com/UWConnects/live & https://badgertalks.wisc.edu/events/ Tuesday, December 8, Noon CST. “Life with the Badger Band” by Mike Leckrone, former director of Music and director of Bands.
- “Wednesday Nite @ The Lab” public science seminar, by Zoom. Wednesdays at 7 pm CT. Every Wednesday night, 50 times a year. Register at go.wisc.edu/240r59. On December 9 Jeff Sindelar of Animal & Dairy Sciences shares the sagas of planning, building and moving into the new Meat Science & Animal Biologics Discovery building.
- The UW Now Livestream. Tuesday December 8 at 7pm CST featuring Dominique Brossard, professor and chair of the Department of Life Sciences Communication, researching the intersection between science, media, and policy; and Ajay Sethi, associate professor in the Department of Population Health Sciences and the faculty director for the Master of Public Health program.
- Virtual Saturday Science Workshop with UW Space Place. Saturdays 10:00am. Check at http://www.spaceplace.wisc.edu/#satworkshops.
- Check for other events presented online and available to all at http://today.wisc.edu/events/tag/science
Schedule and descriptions at https://science.wisc.edu/wednesday-nite-at-the-lab/
-Dec 9 Jeff Sindelar, Animal & Dairy Sciences, “The Meat Science & Animal Biologics Discovery Building”
-Dec 16 Steffi Diem, Engineering Physics, “Fusion Energy: Harnessing the Power of the Sun on Earth”
-Dec 30 Dark
-Jan 6 Kerri Coon, Bacteriology, TBD
Join Zoom Meeting: https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/97639448066
Description: Explore challenges faced by patients with opioid use disorder during the COVID-19 pandemic and changes in regulations in the substance-use treatment landscape, as well as considerations for providers.
Bio: Utsha Khatri, MD is a fellow in the National Clinician Scholars Program at the Perelman School of Medicine and an emergency medicine physician. Her research interests focus on health equity and the care of socially vulnerable populations. Specifically, she is interested in improving the quality of medical care and social service delivery in the acute care setting, with a focus on individuals with a history of incarceration and those with substance use disorder.