Post Spring Luncheon

We would like to thank our members who came out and joined us at our annual Spring Luncheon.  The final count for the luncheon was 61 members!  Our speaker, Diana Hess, gave us a thought provoking talk on the meaning of the Wisconsin Idea.  As Dean of the School of Education, she has worked with Wisconsinites around the state to foster communication between academics and the public.

Nominations were also taken for open positions on the MASA board.  Currently the board is looking for a new Treasurer and a new President Elect. If you would like to name yourself or another staff member as a nominee, please send us an email at uwmasa@gmail.com.

TurnoutSpeaker

Nuclear Reactor Tour

Nuclear Reactor Tour of the College of Engineering’s 1-MW thermal nuclear reactor.

Due to security around the nuclear reactor, we need to provide a full list of participants in advance. You must RSVP before the end of the day on Feb 25th. No admittance will be allowed without advance registration. Sorry, no exceptions!

RSVP by following this link!

Tour is scheduled for Thursday, March 10th from noon-1pm.

History and Culture of the Native American Tribes of Wisconsin

Brownbag presentation on the History and Culture of the Native American Tribes of Wisconsin featuring Aaron Bird Bear, Interim Assistant Dean of Student Diversity Programs at UW-Madison.

Thurs., Feb 25, from noon-1:00 in Union South

This is a great way to learn more about the rich culture of native American tribes who also call our state home!