in the dorms

To explore how science affects students daily lives, WISL has joined with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Residence Halls to present a series of discussions on science related topics that students encounter on a day to day basis.

All programs are open to University Housing Residents only

Healthy eating for college students
Wednesday, March 9th, 2005 6-7 pm
Sellery Hall Main Lounge
Professor Susan Nitzke, PhD, RD, Nutritional Sciences

Medical Forensics from an Examiner’s Standpoint
April 22, 2004
Witte Hall
Professor Michael Stier, Medicine

Sports and Steroids
April 6, 2004
Witte Hall
Professor Greg Landry, Medicine

Ethanolís Effects: Brains, Brats, Barf and Beyond
Tuesday, March 9, 2004
Sellery Hall Main Lounge
Kevin T. Strang, PhD, Department of Physiology

Speaking Science to Polititians: Making Sense While Making Policy
Monday, February 16, 2004
Holt Commons Lower Frank's
Don Kettl, Professor of Political Science and Public Affairs

The Science Of Love
Monday, February 9, 2004
Elizabeth Waters Hall Cedar Room

Tuesday, February 10, 2004
Ogg Hall Main Fireside Lounge
John DeLamater, Professor of Sociology

Chronic Wasting Disease and Deer
Nov. 17, 2003
Sellery Hall
Professor Nancy Mathews, Agriculture and Life Sciences, Environmental Studies,

Weapons of Mass Destruction and University Research
Sept. 9, 2003
International Learning Community
Professor Timothy Mulcahy, Medical Science and Pharmacology, Associate Dean, Graduate School,