Science Journalism in the Age of Fake News

Science Journalism in the Age of Fake News

"Join us for a panel discussion with UW–Madison science writer-in-residence Laura Helmuth, Jo Handelsman, Alta Charo and moderator Sharon Dunwoody on the importance of independent, well-sourced and well-reported science news in preserving the interests of society."

Group(s): Fourth Estate
Organizer University of Madison-Wisconsin
"The numbers: 9,000-plus courses; 200-plus undergraduate majors and certificates; 250-plus master’s, doctoral, and professional programs; 2,000-plus faculty experts. The meaning: limitless opportunities for academic growth. The outcome: through research, international programs, internships, and countless other opportunities in and out of the classroom, your experiences will reshape how you view the ...

"The numbers: 9,000-plus courses; 200-plus undergraduate majors and certificates; 250-plus master’s, doctoral, and professional programs; 2,000-plus faculty experts. The meaning: limitless opportunities for academic growth. The outcome: through research, international programs, internships, and countless other opportunities in and out of the classroom, your experiences will reshape how you view the world—and the impact you can have on it."

Full Description

When?

Wed, Oct. 24, 2018
5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Eastern

Where?

Steenbock's on Orchard, Discovery Building
702 W. Johnson Street, Suite 1101
Madison, WI 53715-1007
United States of America

Get on I-41/US-41 S, Follow I-41/US-41 S to County Hwy N/WI-26 S/WI-26 Trunk S in Oshkosh. Take exit 113 from I-41/US-41 S, Merge onto I-41/US-41 S, Get on US-151 S/WI-26 S in Waupun, Use the right lane to merge onto US-151 S/WI-26 S via the ramp to Waupun/Madison, Merge onto US-151 S/WI-26 S then Follow E Johnson St, E Gorham St and University Ave to N Orchard St.