Russ Groves, Associate Professor, Department of Entomology, UW-Madison, explores the importance of specialty crops in Wisconsin and focuses on learning to control insects and mites. Groves discusses the consequences pest control can have on groundwater and the crop production environment.
Dr. Martin Marty, Fairfax M. Cone Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of the History of Modern Christianity at the University of Chicago Divinity School, discusses the need for global religious tolerance and understanding in relation to American religious history.
Aaron Bird Bear, Recruitment and Retention Specialist, School of Education, UW- Madison, explains how the UW-Madison campus landscape can serve as a classroom and can address learning goals for students. Bird Bear highlights the archaeological sites on campus and discusses the transform...
Michael Marlow, Wildlife Biologist at the USDA-APHIS Wildlife Services, provides a history of the use of dogs to protect livestock from predators. Marlow discusses the pros and cons to consider when deciding whether to use guard dogs.
Justin Patchin, Professor of Political Science at UW-Eau Claire, delves into the issues surrounding technology and adolescents. Patchin shares stories of online bullying and discusses the challenges schools and the police face in their attempts to stop the behavior.
David O'Connor, Professor in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at UW-Madison, shares information about the Zika virus, how the disease is transmitted and potential complications, and compares it to the AIDS epidemic.
Carol McCartney, Outreach Manager at the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, focuses on the geological research of the Lake Superior region conducted by Charles Van Hise. McCartney discusses Van Hise's work, shows samples of rocks and maps, and shares data from his approximatel...