Ronald Numbers, Professor Emeritus in History of Science and Medicine at UW-Madison, discusses the historical and current resistance to evolution. Numbers addresses the opposition to teaching evolution in schools.
Walton O. Schalick, III, Clinical Assistant Professor at UW School of Medicine and Public Health, discusses how medieval medicine and the health care structures established in the Middle Ages laid the foundation for medical education, drug regulations, and the way patients are treated.
Donna Friedsam, Health Policy Programs Director at the UW Population Health Institute, hosts a panel discussion with Greg Nycz, Executive Director of the Family Health Center of Marshfield, Inc., and Lisa Peyton-Caire, Assistant Vice President of Life, Learning & Events at Summit Credit Union, discussing healthcare theories, philosophies, and policies.
Wendy Steele, Founder & CEO of Impact 100 Council, explains how placing a priority on sharing time, talent and treasure creates a culture of generosity. Steele encourages women to become philanthropists, working towards solutions, in their communities.
Christy Clark-Pujara, Associate Professor in the Department of History at UW-Madison, explores the history of black male disenfranchisement during the first years of Wisconsin’s statehood. This exclusion at the ballot box ultimately resulted in Wisconsin becoming the first state where black men could vote.
Cecelia Klingele, Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School, Simon A. Cole, Professor of Criminology, Law and Society at Cornell University, and Margaret Hu, Associate Professor at Washington and Lee School of Law, discuss ways gathered information is used.
Stewart Macaulay, Professor Emeritus, University of Wisconsin Law School, discusses the differences between our popular understanding of law and how the law actually works in society.
Katherine Schneider, Senior Psychologist Emerita in Counseling Service at UW-Eau Claire, discusses the challenges and realities of living with a disability. Schneider offers practical advice for how to be an ally for people with disabilities.
Carolyn Finney, Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Kentucky, discusses the ownership and use of public lands. Finney questions who is allowed access to the land and focuses on prejudice in America.
Natasha Bowens, author of “The Color of Food: Stories of Race, Resilience and Farming,” discusses agricultural identity in farmers of color. Bowens focuses on justice and inclusivity within the food movement and reflects on her journey from food insecurity to growing food.