Come learn about Legislative Redistricting in Wisconsin. Bring your lunch for this brown bag presentation featuring David Canon, Leon Epstein Faculty Fellow in the UW-Madison Political Science Department.
Tuesday, April 12th from Noon-1:00pm at Union South (Check TITU for room)
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.
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!
MASA Annual Winter Social
Thursday, January 7, 2016
4:30PM – 7:00PM
Location: Smitty’s Study Pub – 8th Floor of the Fluno Ctr, 601 University Ave.
Come have a drink on MASA and visit with academic staff colleagues in the cozy pub atop the Fluno Center!
Bring a colleague!
This event is free to MASA members. Those wishing to join can do so at the event. MASA membership is only $10 for the year and can be paid by cash or check at the door.
Please Join us Wednesday, Nov 18th for a tour of Washburn Observatory:
The Washburn Observatory was the first ever observatory at UW-Madison and when it was completed in 1881 it was the third largest in the United States. It is a fascinating historic building that is now one of the oldest observatories in the country.
We are being hosted for a private tour by Arthur Eigenbrot of the UW-Madison Astronomy Department. The dome is not entirely enclosed so please dress appropriately.
Day and Time: November 18th, 4:30-5:30
Location: Washburn Observatory, 1401 Observatory Drive We are meeting outside of the observatory entrance, which is on the opposite side of the building from Observatory Drive.
This event is free and is a great way to introduce others to MASA. Please bring a friend so they can see what we are all about!