- Wisconsin Science Festival Oct 21-24
- Video from Bernie Traversari of Edgewood College
- Selecting a Date for Science Immersion Day at UW-Madison with SLALN
- Other announcements or topics
- Next Meeting: November 1 at 10am
For more information visit http://morgridge.org/cartooncontest
- Remember to Post your science outreach events and to Check for other events presented online and available to all at http://today.wisc.edu/events/tag/science
- Badger Talks Live: – https://www.facebook.com/UWConnects/live & https://badgertalks.wisc.edu/events/
- November Focus: UniverCity Alliance
- Tuesday, November 2, noon. “A Battle Against Blue-Green Algae in Brown County” featuring Michael Cheadle, Mechanical Engineering
- Tuesday, November 16, noon. “Improving Health Outcomes in Adams County through Evidence-Based Decision-Making” featuring Barb Duerst, Masters of Public Health Programs
- Tuesday, November 30, noon. “Waunakee’s Ho Chunk History Project” featuring Jessie Conaway, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
- PLATO Frontiers in Life Sciences Public Science Series Wednesdays at 1pm CT at UW Space Place, 2300 S. Park St, Madison, WI.
- Wednesday Nite @ The Lab Public Science Series every Wednesday night, 50 times a year, at 7pm CT by zoom (go.wisc.edu/240r59) or in person in Room 1111 Genetics Biotech Center, 425 Henry Mall, Madison WI
We are excited to announce that the Data Science Hub is launching its first machine learning community of practice (ML CoP) event on November 9th from 12-1pm in the Discovery Building’s Orchard View Room (in-person and via Zoom).
This monthly recurring event — which we are calling ” ML+X ” — will feature a series of 10-minute lightning talks on applied ML work. It is our hope that this community event will encourage researchers to share their knowledge and resources so that we may all become better ML practitioners. To that end, each presentation will address a series of questions related to the ML methods employed in their work (e.g. how their model was selected over others, how their model was validated, three software/ML tools that were vital to the project, etc.).
Anyone who is applying machine learning in their work is welcome to present! To review the presentation format requirements and apply to present, please fill out this short google form by 11/01/21. If you have any questions about the application process, please contact the event organizer — Chris Endemann (email@example.com).
Sign-up to join the ML CoP mailing list via this link . We will send a calendar invite to this group containing a zoom link for the meeting as well as a sign-up sheet to participate in-person. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any trouble joining, and he will add you to the group manually.
Please share this event with any colleagues and students (not listed here) who may be interested in attending/presenting.
We look forward to seeing some of you there!
Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
Preparing for the 2022 KidWind Challenge or looking to learn more? Join us for a happy hour to chat with other coaches and share ideas. KidWind advisors and organizers will be on hand to answer your questions – from engineering and design tips and tricks, to FAQ about the registration process and what to expect on Challenge Day. Come for the whole hour or just a portion and BYO beverage of choice.
November 18, 2021, 4:00 – 5:00 pm Central. REGISTER HERE
January 13, 2022, 4:00 – 5:00 pm Central. REGISTER HERE
Climate Action Simulation Game for Educators
November 4th, 4:00 – 5:30 pm Central
As global leaders gather in Glasgow to reinvigorate their climate pledges during the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties, you too can get a taste of the policy and diplomacy decisions involved in limiting global warming to no more than 1.5° C. Join us on November 4th for a highly interactive, role-playing game. You will negotiate a climate deal to address one of the greatest human and environmental challenges of this century, and you’ll walk away with the resources to bring this experience back to your own classroom.
For more information:
Wisconsin Energy Institute | Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center
1552 University Ave, Madison WI, Room 2160
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Pronouns: she, her, hers
- Using Virtual Reality goggles to explore an agriculture industry
- Dissecting a fruit, vegetable, or animal organ
- Demonstrating how to make sausage, jam/jelly, or the perfect loaf of bread
- Using a water testing kit to analyze water samples
- Showcasing how a goat is milked
- Fixing a gear on a piece of agriculture equipment
Please let me know if you would be interested in participating in our event and/or if you would like to brainstorm possible ideas for a station. Feel free to also spread the word to others you think may be interested in joining us this winter. I have attached a PDF with event details to this email for easy distribution. Call for STEM Week Participation