Stories of the Wisconsin Idea

Increasing African-American representation in the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer’s Project (WRAP)

Wisconsin Idea Seminar 2018 collaborators Gina Green-Harris and Stephanie L. Houston, together with others, produced a new opinion article in Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. “Addressing Disparities in Alzheimer’s Disease and African-American Participation in Research: An …

Looking Back at Video Summary of 2019 Seminar

The Wisconsin Idea Seminar’s 2019 River Tour was five days packed full with so much learning about Wisconsin life. Rivers provided our narrative frame as we discussed and experienced the cultural, educational, industrial, social, and …

WIS Collaborator Leads Creative Placemaking Summer Workshop

Headshot of Sherry Wagner-Henry

Sherry Wagner-Henry, director of the Bolz Center for Arts Administration at UW-Madison, and her team will lead a creative placemaking workshop this summer for artists, arts and cultural leaders and workers, urban and rural planners, …

Milwaukeeist Adam Carr creates past and present stories of his city

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Adam Carr, a self-described Milwaukeeist, works at the intersection of community and communication. Carr joined hands with the Wisconsin Idea Seminar team to craft a special tour of Milwaukee’s Fond du Lac Avenue. Adam shares …

“Agvocate” Integrates the Wisconsin Idea into Her Farm and Career

Daphne with her husband Lloyd at their farm, Rosy-Lane Holsteins

Rosy-Lane Holsteins owner and partner Daphne Holterman will welcome the Wisconsin Idea Seminar in May and give a tour of their 900-cow operation. In advance of our visit–and in between a number of international speaking …