In new First-Year Interest Group, students connect with the land through Indigenous lens

  Wisconsin Idea Seminar director Catherine Reiland joined hands with colleagues to develop a special high-impact, community-building learning experience for first-year students that celebrates and honors our connections to land and water while considering Indigenous …

WIS’19 Collaborator Bakes Cookies for Essential Workers

Adija Greer-Smith, owner of Confectionately Yours at the Sherman Phoenix in Milwaukee, has been making 500 to 600 cookies a week since March to give away to hospitals, dialysis centers, testing labs, funeral homes, and fire departments …

Green Bay’s NEW Water Highlights Essential Services

Dispatches from Our Own Wisconsin: Tricia Garrison of NEW Water  Tricia Garrison is the public affairs and education manager for NEW Water, the brand of the Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District, that serves Northeast Wisconsin …

WIS’18 Host Discusses Potato Oversupply

Andy Diercks, a fourth-generation farmer and part-owner of Coloma Farms, helps grow 800 acres of potatoes in Central Wisconsin, among other vegetables. In 2018, the Wisconsin Idea Seminar visited Coloma Farms and learned about the …