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Three-part Crossroads of Ideas series on COVID-19 crisis continues with “Settling in”

Jeanan Yasiri Moe, Director of Strategic Communications
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Join us April 30 for the second webinar

MADISON, Wis. – From the multifaceted search for treatments to how we cope with the upheaval, what are UW-Madison and Morgridge Institute for Research scientists doing to help Wisconsin, the country and the world find its footing in the midst of the pandemic? Join experts on Thursday, April 30, at 5 p.m. for a virtual discussion moderated by Veronica Rueckert of UW Communications.

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“UW-Madison researchers are on the front lines of the quest to understand COVID-19,” says Rueckert. “We’re looking forward to sharing their expertise and analysis in our shared battle.”

The April 30 webinar will feature:

Part 3 of the mini-series will look ahead to a future post-COVID-19. Details forthcoming.

The Crossroads of Ideas program is a public lecture series that addresses vital social science topics. The series generally is held in-person at the Discovery Building on the UW-Madison campus. More at discovery.wisc.edu/crossroads.

“As we continue to explore the contributions being made by UW-Madison and Morgridge Institute researchers, we at WARF are honored to be able to offer this opportunity for the community to hear firsthand from the accomplished innovators right here in our campus community,” says Laura Heisler, WARF director of programming.

About WARF
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) helps steward the cycle of research, discovery, commercialization and investment for the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Founded in 1925 as an independent, nonprofit foundation, WARF manages more than 2,000 patents and an investment portfolio as it funds university research, obtains patents for campus discoveries and licenses inventions to industry. For more information, visit warf.org.