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Wisconsin Dairy Farms - Ep. 303

Sarah Lloyd Research Assistant, Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems, UW-Madison

Sarah Lloyd has done research through the Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems at UW Madison about life satisfaction on dairy farms. She gives some background about what goes on in dairy farming then talks about her specific research on life satisfaction.

UW Students as Entrepreneurs - Ep. 302

Chris Klundt President, Study Blue

Co-founder of Study Blue, Chris Klundt speaks about entrepreneurialism and his internet business involving study tools and resources for college students.

Healthy Lifestyles in a Multicultural Community - Ep. 300

Shiva Bidar-Sielaff Director of Community Partnerships, UW Health

Shiva Bidar-Sielaff looks at the cultural components that play a role in views on healthcare. She discusses potentially successful interventions to improve the health and well-being of a culturally diverse community.

Aldo Leopold, A Sand County Almanac and Climate Change -...

Stan Temple Professor Emeritus. Forest and Wildlife Ecology, UW Madison Aldo Leopold kept a journal in which he recorded observations of the natural world, which is now the classic, A Sand County Almanac. Many of the seasonal events he observed are now occurring earlier in the year, reflecting the warming of our climate. Stan Temple discusses what the consequences can be for wildlife in...

Visions and Voices - Ep. 296

Roberta Hill, Associate Professor, English and American Indian Studies, UW-Madison
Aaron Birdbear, Graduate Student and Graduate Research Scholar, UW-Madison School of Education
Janice Rice, Outreach Coordinator, College Library, UW-Madison
Lanny Nesoer

The history and stories passed down by Roberta Hill as she tells of her grandparents, Charles Abram Hill and Dr. Lillie Rosa Minoka-Hill.

Entrepreneurial Thinking Among Non-Profits - Ep. 294

Elizabeth Carey, Chief Operating Officer, The Alliance for Children and Families

Senior vice president of The Alliance for Children and Families, Elizabeth Carey explains what entrepreneurial thinking is when used in nonprofit organizations as well as why they are pursuing this. She gives examples of nonprofit social services agencies that have used this and outlines resources available.

Arts and Entrepreneurialism - Ep. 295

Megan Blake-Horst, Gallery Manager, Absolutely Art

Meghan Blake-Horst is the gallery manager for a community-based art gallery on the east side of Madison called Absolutely Art. Her gallery showcases affordable art and stresses the importance and impact of buying locally.

Response of Wisconsin's Lakes to Climate Change - Ep. 292

John Magnuson, Professor Emeritus, Department of Zoology, UW-Madison

In the first half of a two-part lecture series, John Magnuson discusses climate changes affect the lakes in Wisconsin. He covers three responses of the lakes, including ice cover, the fish population, and water levels and flow.

Responses of Wisconsin's Ecosystems to Climate Change -...

Jack Williams, Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, UW-Madison

In the second half of a two-part lecture series, Jack Williams discusses regional and continental climate and temperature changes causing significant ecological changes and how that affects us in North America.

Building IceCube, a Neutrino Telescope - Ep. 291

Jeff Cherwinka, an instrument inventor in the Space Science and Engineering Center at UW-Madison, shares his experiences of building IceCube, a particle detector, at the South Pole over the past seven years. He explains neutrinos, how a neutrino telescope works and shares pictures of the building process.

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