Freija Descamps, Postdoctoral Researcher, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, recounts her adventures operating and maintaining the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole. Descamps spent thirteen months, including a long, dark winter, working at the biggest and strangest telescope in the world.
Amy Gnadt, Curator, Harley-Davidson Museum, Milwaukee, focuses on the rich photo archive at the Harley Davidson Museum. Recently discovered photos, featured in the 2013 "Exposed! Harley-Davidson's Lost Photographs, 1915-1916" document century old Milwaukee products, people and places.
Cara Lee Mahany Braithwait, Director, Wisconsin Public Utility Institute; Scott Williams, Wisconsin Energy Institute Liaison, Wisconsin Public Utility Institute; and Terry Hottenroth, Attorney, Hottneroth Law Offices, LLC; discuss the history of power and the history of the politics that brought us to the industry that we have today.
Beth Lueck, Professor, Languages & Literature, UW-Whitewater, discusses the poems written during the Civil War to come to terms with the death of loved ones and to bear witness to the losses. Poems focused on loss, displacement and sorrow.
John Doebley, Professor, Department of Genetics, UW-Madison, discusses the history of corn beginning with its domestication in Mexico 10,000 years ago through to its use as a world-wide commercial crop in the 21st century.