- Planning for the 20th Annual UW-Madison Science Expeditions 2022 on April 8-10
- Next Meeting: November 29 at 10am
Check out the details and make your appointment today!
- 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 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. Next week (Dec 1): Jenyne Loarca of Horticulture speaks on genetic diversity of carrots.
- 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. On December 1, Cody Wenthur of the School of Pharmacy speaks on “Psychedelics as Catalysts for Change.”
I updated the attached CVA-MOU template in case other campus programs and departments want to use it for their youth visits. Feel free to share with others.”
Your materials were included in 1,950 “Science in a Bag” kits with other science activities. Your materials were distributed to libraries in the following WI cities: Walworth, Genoa City, Park Falls, Hammond, New Richmond, North Fond du Lac, Pine River, Kenosha, Salem, Richland Center, Holmen, Three Lakes, Wausau, Merrill, Edgerton, Evansville, Milton, Plainfield, Franklin, Oak Creek, and Cudahy, Oconto, Algoma, Hayward, Spooner, Superior, Manitowoc, Chilton, New Glarus, Monroe, Fitchburg, Lancaster, Blanchardville, Independence, Mauston Thank you again for your participation in making this pilot program a success. We couldn’t have pulled it together without you and we are deeply grateful for your efforts. THANK YOU! If you have any questions, please let me know!
December 6 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm CSTYou’re passionate about your work, so share your passion with others!
To register, visit https://morgridge.org/event/getting-started-in-outreach/UW-Madison is rich with opportunities for graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to engage with the public. In this panel discussion, you’ll learn how to find opportunities to do outreach in rewarding ways and how to share your research most effectively with others. You’ll also hear from experts who lead public engagement programs and receive a list of outreach programs in the university community. This hybrid event is intended for early-career trainees, especially graduate students and postdoctoral scholars. Registration is requested and includes in-person and virtual options. This event is hosted by UW-Madison Postdoctoral Association and the Morgridge Institute for Research. Panelists Include: · Dr. Jeri Bryant, BioCommons Program Director, WISCIENCE · Mallory Conlon, Quantum Science Outreach Program Coordinator, UW-Madison Department of Physics · Dr. Anne Lynn Gillian-Daniel, Education Director, Materials Science and Engineering Research Center · Dr. Laura Heisler, Director of Outreach, Morgridge Institute for Research, Director of Programming, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation · Haddie McLean, Wonders of Physics Coordinator, UW-Madison Department of Physics
email@example.com. Thank you!Your responses will be gathered into a single PDF that will be distributed to everyone who registered for the event. If you have questions, reach out to Wes Marner,
“Creekside Nature Hike” Sat Nov 27, 1:30pm at Pheasant Branch Creek Corridor with Master Naturalist Paul Noeldnerpaul_noeldner@hotmail.comethicalguidebook.com“Fun Fall Birding” Sun Nov 28, 1:30pm at UW Lakeshore Nature Preserve with Chuck Henrikson and Paul Noeldner See you outdoors! 🙂 Paul Noeldner Master Naturalist Instructor Volunteer Coordinator, Madison FUN Friends of Urban Nature 608-698-0104
- 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
Jane CramerFriends of Allen Centennial Garden