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University Place lecture series.
Wisconsin's Education Challenges
Julie Underwood, Mike Thompson, Joan Wade and Dan Nerad discuss education in Wisconsin.
Special | 1h 35m 18s
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Commercializing Stem Cell Research
Learn about stem cell technology from Michael West of BioTime Inc.
Special | 1h 24m 13s
The 2008 Presidential Election Campaign
Dr. Barry Burden lectures in a political series entitled "Getting to Purple".
Special | 1h 5m 54s
Wisconsin 2050: Lessons from the Great Depression
Look back at history for possible answers to current economic issues with Liaquat Ahamed.
Special | 1h 9m 25s
Islam and America: Citizenship and Democracy
Join Charles Cohen, Louise Cainkar and Asifa Quraishi for a discussion about citizenship.
Special | 1h 20m 59s
Making Art, Making War
John DeMain, Jane Simon and Valerie Laken discuss the arts post 9/11.
Special | 1h 22m 59s
Tales from the Other Biotech Frontier
Take a closer look at stem cell research in Wisconsin compared to other states.
Special | 1h 14m 30s
Imagine: How Creativity Works
Join Jonah Lehrer for an introduction into the science of creativity.
Special | 47m 54s
Envisioning Responses to Climate Change
Panel discussion focusing on hopeful responses to climate change in Wisconsin.
Special | 1h 13m 32s
Thornton Wilder: A Life
Penelope Niven and Tappan Wilder celebrate the life and works of Thornton Wilder.
Special | 56m 17s
Jody Clowes leads a panel discussion about the importance of traditional skills.
Special | 1h 4m 50s
The Entrepreneurial Edge
Tryg Jacobson, Ben Richgruber and Gregory St. Fort share their entrepreneurial philosophy.
Special | 58m 29s
The State of Wisconsin's Forests
David Mladenoff discusses the history of Wisconsin forests and looks toward the future.
Special | 51m 19s
The Power of the Liberal Arts
Thomas Pleger discusses the importance of arts, sciences and the humanities.
Special | 46m 56s
Getting "Civilized" About Deficit Reduction
Join Diane Lim Rogers for a discussion about tackling the nation’s debt.
Special | 1h 27m 55s
The U.S. at Home and Abroad in a Post-9/11 World
Join John Hall and Donald Downs for a look at U.S. military operations post 9/11.
Special | 1h 28m 21s
Violence, Restorative Justice and Human Rights
Join Janine Geske and Scott Straus for a look at justice in the U.S. and in Africa. "
Special | 1h 18m 58s
The Photography of Witness
Michael Kienitz, Kevin Miyazaki and Craig Schreiner share experiences through photographs.
Special | 1h 16m 5s
Full Spectrum: The Promise of Light as Medicine
Chukuka S. Enwemeka discusses medical uses for phototherapy.
Special | 1h 4m 59s
Barriers to Addressing Our Climate and Energy Challenges
Sharon Dunwoody, Dietram Scheufele and Kathy Kuntz discuss energy concerns.
Special | 1h 24m 23s
Revitalizing Rural Life through the Arts
Donna Neuwirth, Jay Salinas and Mitch Menchaca discuss the arts in rural areas.
Special | 1h 24m 19s
Why Third-World Migrants Will Disappear by 2050
Jeffery Williamson challenges beliefs about labor, immigration and the economy.
Special | 1h 14m 33s
Warfare and Public Perception in 2050
Join the discussion about the imapact of wars on our society.
Special | 1h 10s
What's Driving My Car? 2050 Biofuels
Learn about our consumption of energy and biofuels with Tim Donohue.
Special | 1h 33m 44s
Digital Media and the Future of Schooling
Erica Halverson discusses media in the classroom.
Special | 1h 34m 49s
Halting the Progression of Neurological Diseases
Jeffery Johnson discusses research into cause and progression of neurological diseases.
Special | 1h 23m 57s
Wisconsin as America's Laboratory of Democracy
Learn about the history of Wisconsin politics.
Special | 1h 12m 42s
Progress in Bridging Political Divides
David Broder discusses the U.S. election process.
Special | 48m 15s
The Power of Forgiveness
Robert Enright discusses his scientific research about forgiveness.
Special | 1h 32m 11s
The Gift of Life
Hans Sollinger speaks of organ transplantation.
Special | 1h 12m 40s
Keeping the Dream Alive
Gloria Ladson-Billings addresses the issues seen in public education.
Special | 1h 23m 3s
Education Benefits of Digital Technologies
Massively multiplayer online games may be among the most promising new teaching methods.
Special | 1h 53s
Writing Wisconsin's Communities
Kimberly Blaeser, Fabu, Dion Kempthorne and Timothy Yu engage communities through writing.
Special | 1h 26m 32s
Understanding the Art of Vision
Shiela Reaves explores the power of visual images and color.
Special | 45m 43s