Standing the Test of Time
We live in a time of constant change. Our world is full of new technologies, innovations and fads that impact the way we communicate, engage in entertainment, appreciate art and care for ourselves and others.
But what in our world resists change? Why have these things endured while others pass by? Join us this fall as we talk about the traditions, institutions, natural wonders and artifacts that have stood the test of time.
RYAN CALLAHAN Director, Continuing Education Services
JENNIFER THIBODEAUX Associate Professor, History
ANN GARVIN Professor, Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Coaching
JANE FERENCZ Associate Professor, Music
EVIE YODER MILLER Lecturer Emerita, Languages and Literatures
DICK HAVEN Professor Emeritus, Communication
ROB BOOSTROM Assistant Professor, Marketing
R. BRUCE ALLISON Arborist and Author, Wisconsin Historical Society Press
PILAR MELERO Associate Professor, Languages and Literatures
LAURIE GORMAN Executive Producer, Wisconsin Public Television
TERI FRAME Assistant Professor, Art and Design
GUY REYNOLDS Director, The Cather Project, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Dr. Reynolds' lecture is part of The Big Read, a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.
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