Alan Fish, Associate Vice Chancellor, Facilities Planning and Management, will speak on Designing Facilities to Build Campus and Public Communities on November 12, 11 a.m. – Noon, Genetics-Biotechnology Center, Room 1360. The presentation is a part of “The New Constellation” seminar series. The title of the series refers to the forthcoming “bright spots” on campus for science outreach: the Microbial Sciences building (opens fall 2007), the WID/MIR building (opens 2010), the new Union South (opens 2011), and the renovation of Old Biochemistry.
These four locations will provide new places for UW-Madison to welcome visitors to campus for experiencing and learning about science. The new venues will also enable science outreach programs to retool and refuel the Wisconsin Idea. Some science outreach programs will be relocated into these buildings but all programs will be affected by these new spaces and opportunities to connect to learners of all ages throughout Wisconsin.
The “New Constellation” series will explore questions of how the university can organize, fund, facilitate, staff, and evaluate science outreach programs in relation to these new locations. The series also aims to investigate how learners can gain greater access to the researchers and resources of this university.
The series is part of a new research and program theme for WISCAPE entitled “The Wisconsin Idea and the Public Good.”This entry was posted in Uncategorized by jsindelar. Bookmark the permalink.