Online Lectures

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What You Don’t Know about Exercise

Moderated by the UW Department of Kinesiology’s chair, you’ll hear from select department faculty members as they talk about their innovative research examining movement disorders, the effects of specializing in one sport or activity at a young age, physical activity in cancer survivors and aging populations, and more.

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Answers to an Ancient City

Discover new facets of the ancient world. This program will excavate the novel technologies enabling archaeologists to explore, document, preserve, and share more about it.

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The Fight for Free Speech

Enlighten your mind and enrich your life by discovering UW–Madison’s world-changing advancements. This program, part of the Wisconsin Idea Spotlight series and presented by the Wisconsin Alumni Association® (WAA), illuminates top UW experts and their innovative work.

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RED Talks: Casey Rotter

Casey Rotter ’05 headlined Homecoming’s inaugural “RED Talks.” Rotter is a major gifts officer and manager at UNICEF Next Generation, a fundraising initiative focusing on engaging young donors.

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Dante, Florence, Italy: Then and Now

Explore the historical, socio-political, literary, and artistic contexts in which Dante lived and wrote, and investigate the many reasons for his and his poem’s initial and continuing importance in Western civilization.

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The Poisoner’s Guide to Life

Pulitzer Prize–winning science writer and UW–Madison professor Deborah Blum MA’82 has turned a quest to write the definitive handbook on poisons in America into the intriguing tale of two Jazz Age scientists who played a major role in developing the field of forensic toxicology and fostering cooperation between scientists and police.

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