The Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters is offering two events on Tuesday, May 10. There will be both a day-long summit and a free, public talk in the evening.
The Science, Water & Policy Summit will talk place at Union South from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. It will bring together scientists, policy-makers, students, citizens and other interested parties to discuss the changing role of science in policy-making around the state’s waters. Registration, open until May 4, is $65 for the general public, $55 for Academy members and $30 for students.
A public talk titled “Where’s the Science? A Conversation on the Role of Science in Public Policy” will take place in the Marquee Theater at Union South from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The event will feature three Wisconsin Academy Fellows including Patty Loew, professor of Life Sciences Communication. The talk is free, but registration is required.This entry was posted in Events by carndt. Bookmark the permalink.