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Format: 2019-02-20
Format: 2019-02-20

March

Events for March

Saturday
10:00 am
March 2
Town Center

Saturday Science: Spring in Your Step

This free monthly event for kids and families features interactive exploration stations and hands-on science fun.

Learn about all things spring! Explore what causes the seasons to change, discover the physics behind metal springs, get inspired to grow a garden, see how far you can spring across the floor and more.

Saturday
5:30 pm
March 2
H.F. DeLuca Forum

IISE Regional Conference Banquet

This event is open to the public. Registration is required.

Monday
2:45 pm
March 4
Town Center

Afterschool Expeditions

This event is free and intended for elementary and middle school students. Adult supervision is required; registration is requested for both individuals and groups.


Students are invited to explore, engage and discover science from UW-Madison and the Morgridge Institute for Research with structured hands-on activities.

Monday
4:00 pm
March 4
H.F. DeLuca Forum

Entrepreneurons: Launching a Food Enterprise

Launching a Food Enterprise: Learn from the Masters is free and open to the public. Registration is requested.

Food-based enterprises span the table from new products and additives to restaurants and delivery apps. Visionary UW-Madison alumni Erica Gruen, former CEO of the Food Network, and EatStreet co-founder Matt Howard, along with Chad Anderson, co-founder and president of NewTree Fruit Company, serve up their recipe for success and offer constructive critiques to aspiring food entrepreneurs in a friendly live pitch session. This session will be moderated by Alice Choi, creator and author of the blog Hip Foodie Mom.

Tuesday
9:00 am
March 5
H.F. DeLuca Forum

VCRGE Finalist Presentation

This event is open to the public.

Tuesday
9:30 am
March 5
2nd Floor Teaching Lab

Field Trip

Attendance at this event is by invitation only.

Tuesday
6:00 pm
March 5
Orchard View Room

WARF UpStart

The WARF UpStart Program for Minority and Women's Entrepreneurship is designed to equip entrepreneurially minded women and minorities in the Madison area with the tools they need to launch or expand any business venture. The several-week curriculum will cover the skills needed to conceive, fund, organize and test a business idea. Sessions will be taught by members of the Small Business Development Center, as well as active professionals with expertise in fields such as accounting, sales and marketing. Participants are part of a cohort of motivated individuals from diverse professional and educational backgrounds with whom they learn and share their own ideas and experiences.

Tuesday
7:00 pm
March 5
H.F. DeLuca Forum

Crossroads of Ideas: Approaching MLK’s Dream

Approaching MLK’s Dream: Scientifically Tested Methods to Reduce Racism and Promote Inclusivity is free and open to the public. Registration is requested.

Using randomized controlled trials, scientists have started to examine the effectiveness of different pro-diversity initiatives. Markus Brauer, professor in the UW-Madison department of psychology, will report cutting-edge research from this new field of diversity science

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