UW-Sheboygan debuts new “Thinking Out Loud” series
The University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan has debuted a new series of provocative presentations, featuring UW-Sheboygan faculty, on WSCS cable TV here in Sheboygan.
The series, entitled “Thinking Out Loud,” is designed to make viewers stop and think about events, issues and things you thought were “facts” in new and different ways. The show airs twice weekly on Thursdays at 7 p.m. and Sundays at 8 a.m. and episodes are also available on demand on the WSCS web site.
The series of presentations and discussions delve into topics such as science, business, finance, history, ethics and many more.
“Our faculty, most of who have Ph.D.’s in their discipline and are published authors of journal articles or books will bring their knowledge, expertise and passion to the topics in this series,” said Dr. Jacquelyn Joseph-Silverstein, UW-Sheboygan dean and CEO. “We hope the Sheboygan community enjoys hearing more about the areas of interest to our faculty.”
The “Thinking Out Loud” series is a spin-off of the widely popular UW-Sheboygan Speakers’ Series, which is offered approximately once a month on the UW-Sheboygan campus featuring a UW-S faculty member lecturing on an area of research interest. All Speakers’ Series presentations are free and open to the public.
“Thinking Out Loud” episodes can be found by visiting http://www.wscssheboygan.com/programming/live-tv/ and under the Search option type in Thinking Out Loud. Select the episode topic you wish to view. Topics available for Fall 2013 include “Chemical Free,” “WWI Effects on the Modern Middle East,” and “Retirement Planning.”
Watch for new presentations coming in 2014 on WSCS, and Spring 2014 Speakers’ Series lectures starting again in February 2014. For more information, contact Carrie Hoppe at (920) 459-6612 or email@example.com.