Stan Temple pictured in the snowy woods near the historic Aldo Leopold Shack in rural Baraboo, Wisconsin.
Erica Halverson leans in with interest while teaching a graduate-level, identity-and-learning class.

 

We’ve changed our name!  While the services that were offered by UW–Madison’s Speakers Bureau have remained the same, we’ve refreshed our brand with a more attention-grabbing and distinctive name. As our program grows, our new branding will help strengthen our visibility and relevance around the state of Wisconsin. Thank you for your patience while we are in transition. 

Thank you for your interest in inviting the University of Wisconsin–Madison into your community through Badger Talks. It is our honor and privilege to help spread the Wisconsin Idea across our great state by engaging Wisconsin residents on topics they care about and sharing the latest discoveries of UW faculty, staff and graduate students.

It is our goal to bring the University to you to help spark ideas and conversations on topics important to your community. Whether you want to hear about the history of the Ice Age Trail, learn about the history of Ragtime music, discuss changes in the dairy industry, or get updated on the latest ground-breaking health care research being done on campus, we can find a speaker for you.

We encourage you to explore our list of categories, or search for speakers/topics using keywords via the search bar, and then submit an online talk request. Please contact us if you would like assistance with identifying a speaker who matches your organization’s interests.

On, Wisconsin!
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