Badger Talks LIVE

Learn something new with Badger Talks Live! This livestream presentation series showcases exciting happenings, resources and talent from the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus to the people of Wisconsin and beyond. It’s the Wisconsin Idea in action. UW faculty and staff present topics ranging from new robotics technologies to financial investing strategies to tapping trees for maple syrup, and everything in between.

Listeners can tune in live at lunchtime, or any time after for the recorded talks. Both Badger Talk Live long format and 15-minute short format (Quick Picks) talks are available on Facebook and YouTube. Not able to watch the live talks? All previous Badger Talks LIVE events remain available for viewing. To turn on subtitles on YouTube, click the square “CC” button in the bottom right of the video frame.

A white man with brown hair sits smiling in front of a two-monitor set up for Badger Talks Live with a red wall in the background
Anthony Cassara, True Productions Founder, runs the technology that brings Badger Talks LIVE to you!
An exclusive premiere performance by the Mead Witter School of Music’s faculty woodwind quintet with commentary by Alicia Lee, The Wingra Quintet.
Steve Ackerman, “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald”.
Tracy Williams-Maclin, “Timeless Approaches to Improving Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion”.

Upcoming events

June: The Latest Research from the Department of Geography

Tuesday, June 6, 12:00 PM – BTL Quick Pick
Trading Toxics in North America

Sarah A. Moore, Associate Professor & Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Geography

Tuesday, June 13, 12:00 PM – BTL Quick Pick
Human Mobility Analytics Using Location Big Data
Song Gao, Associate Professor & Director of Geospatial Data Science Lab

Tuesday, June 27, 12:00 PM – BTL Quick Pick
Hot Times in Cold Places: The Thawing of the Arctic Permafrost

Christian Andresen, Assistant Professor of Geography

Phil Holman, Kevin Schoessow, “Introduction to Spooner Agricultural Research Station (SARS)”.
Maria Mora Pinzon, “Lo que hay que saber de los problemas de la memoria y como mantener nuestros cerebros saludables”.
Mary Thurber, “A Day in the Life of a Zoo Vet”.