Heidi Beckman, Senior Clinical Psychologist in the Department of Health Psychology at UW Health, explores the challenges of living with chronic illness. Beckman discusses the phases of the chronic illness journey and offers suggestions for managing the disease.
Ferrinne Spector, Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at Edgewood College, discusses the basic developmental structure of the sensory systems which inherently include all of the five senses. Spector explains how information is translated across the senses and how that influences our ...
Martha Jones, Professor at the University of Michigan Law School, discusses birthright citizenship for free African Americans before the Civil War and shares the story of African American activist George Hackett.
Deborah Rook of the UW-Madison Geosciences Department shares her work on prehistoric grasslands and grazers in North America using fossilized teeth, as well as rocks and soil. Evolution of grasslands and grazers are in a feedback loop. Which came first is an on-going question.
Theresa Paulson, Science Teacher at Ashland High School, describes her experiences on the research ship the Okeanos Explorer as the 2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Teacher at Sea. Paulson's expedition including mapping the Puerto Rico Trench.
Reyna Grande, Author, of "The Distance Between Us," shares her experiences as a Mexican immigrant coming to the United States. Grande discusses the violence, drug cartels and poverty in her hometown and the obstacles she overcame to become a U.S. citizen.