Science & the Public

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One of the wishes of our founders, Robert F. and Jean E. Holtz, was that the Holtz Center make the work of scientists accessible to the public. To that end, in 2008 the Holtz Center for Science and Technology Studies initiated a series, which we hope to make permanent, of public forums on scientific issues which are also of broad concern to the public at large. These forums feature presentations by scientific experts, as well as the opportunity for discussion between scientists and attendees.

Upcoming Science & the Public Programs:

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Past Science & the Public Events

Some of our more recent Science & the Public events have been taped for Wisconsin Public Television’s University Place Series.  Links are included below for events which can be viewed at the WPT website.

2014: The Cultural Politics of Food and the Case of Raw Milk Cheese

http://wpt.org/University-Place/cheese-alive

2013: Computers, Privacy & the Government

Part I- Jeffrey Rosen takes on network privacy from a legal perspective

http://wpt.org/University-Place/computers-privacy-and-government

Part II- Roger Dingledine of the TOR Project tackles the topic from a technological perspective

http://wpt.org/University-Place/computers-privacy-and-tor-network

2011-12: The Future of Nuclear Power

2011: From Texting to Twitter- Digital Media Across Generations

2010: The Future of Energy

2008: Climate Change is Global, Climate Change is Local

 

 

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