Everybody’s a fan of something, whether it be the Badgers, the Packers, Harry Potter, or Dr. Who. On today’s A Public Affair, substitute host Whitney Gent talks with Dr. Ashley […]
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Dr. Jessy Ohl explains the “boring rhetoric” of drones
In the 21st century, warfare more often looks like drones in the air than troops on the ground. Public resistance to drone warfare has been minimal, likely in part because […]
MMSD Behavior Education Plan
What is the MMSD Behavior Education Plan? How does it benefit the students? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
Homelessness at the National & Local Levels
How is homelessness thought about at the local and national levels? How does advocacy work interplay between the two? How does homelessness at the national level inform how those at the local level think about solutions? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
Social Change through the Arts
In the wake of the District Attorney’s decision regarding Tony Robinson, how can the Madison community begin to heal? What unique, arts-based strategies are helping people process and find solutions to racial justice? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
August 21, 2014 – Collections for Conservation
Tonight’s show features Dr. Joanna Radin of Yale University and Dr. Kristoffer Whitney of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Learn more about Dr. Radin’s research on frozen collections, including those […]
UWPD Embarks On New Deescalation Training
The University of Wisconsin Police Department officers practiced deescalating tense situations in the safety of the MATC Truax campus’ protective services building. That’s part of a training called Integrating communications, […]
August 29, 2013 – From Iceland to the Beltline
Highway roadsidesas place! And not just any place but habitat, buffer, and potential! Sound crazy? Normally don’t give roadsides a second thought? Am excited to share an interview with Joslyn […]
Pounding Nails Into the Floor With My Forehead
Whitney Derendinger, actor with a MFA from U.W.-Madison, joined sub-host Gail Knopp-Baker on the 8 O’Clock Buzz to discuss his monologue “Pounding Nails Into the Floor With My Forehead”.
December 5, 2013 – Citizen Science with Dr. Amy Freitag
Tonight’s show is produced by Kaitlin Stack Whitney and engineered by Dennis Shaffer. Our guest tonight is Dr. Amy Freitag, Science Integration Fellow of the California Ocean Science Trust. […]
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