Science Night - Wisconsin's Changing Climate

November 02, 2017
7 pm - 8 pm

Explore the science of the greenhouse effect, and the implications of climate change from a global perspective as well as the regional implications, including our environmental resources and the socio-economics of our state.

November's Science Night presentation is part of the 2017 Wisconsin Science Festival. The featured presenter is Dr. Michael Notaro, Associate Director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Nelson Institute Center for Climatic Research.  All are welcome!

Questions: (262) 595-2316  |  Free parking after 6:30 p.m.   |  Refreshments provided
Ruth Tylock
College of Natural and Health Sciences and Wisconsin Science Festival

Student Center

The Student Center is a place to grab a quick bite, meet a friend for coffee, hold a meeting or simply sit in a comfortable chair and study. It also houses Academic offices such as Admissions, New Student Services, and the Student Involvement Center.

Parking Lot A