Thu Sep 6
Chancellor Jim Schmidt from UW-Eau Claire will discuss "UWEC and UWBC: Better Together"
Thu Sep 13
Charles Cohen, professor emeritus at UW-Madison, will discuss "Jews and Muslims in Christian America."
Thu Sep 20
Michael Draney, with the Biology Department at UW-Green Bay, will discuss "Spiders: Tiny Tool-Using Tigers."
Thu Sep 27
Cecelia Cole, UW-Barron County academic librarian, will discuss the importance of Banned Books Week and introduce others as they read excerpts from banned books.
Thu Oct 4
Timothy Holian from UW Rock County will discuss "Wisconsin's Beers and Breweries After Prohibition." He is a lecturer in both history and German and has published two books on this topic.
Thu Oct 11
Cheyne Taylor, technical writer and UW-Barron County alumna, will discuss "Out at Work: Being Transgender."
Thu Oct 18
Nikki Janisin, Executive Director of the Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary (Sarona) will discuss “Butterflies of Wisconsin.”
Thu Oct 25
Kristy Moran, Barron County Department of Health & Human Services domestic abuse victim coordinator, will discuss "Ending Domestic Violence."
Thu Nov 1
William Kent Krueger, award-winning novelist and crime writer, will discuss "The Transformative Power of Stories."
Thu Nov 8
Justin Peck, actor, director and film enthusiast, will discuss "Masters of Silent Film Comedy."
Thu Nov 15
John la Forge, director of Nukewatch, will lecture on the topic of "Land-Based Missiles: Dangerous, Useless, Expensive."
Thu Nov 29
Jinxuan (Allen) Cong, a UW-Barron County international student, will introduce us to one of the pleasures of his country with a talk entitled "Dalian: China's Romantic City."
Thu Dec 6
Michael Borstad, Spanish instructor at UW-Barron County, will present on the topic of "El abrazo del cardón:My family's love affair with Argentina."
Thu Dec 13
Michael Duncan, news director for WJMC, WAQE and WKFX radio, will discuss "Local Media versus National Media."