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Valentine’s Day is an occasion to celebrate love in all its guises. UW–Madison experts are available for interviews about the holiday, from trends in online dating to showering your affection on the one who will never disappoint you: your dog.
Experts from the University of Wisconsin–Madison are available for commentary and analysis on the upcoming holiday forecast, the outlook for snow this winter in the Upper Midwest and Midwestern climate trends.
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School’s in. And so are experts from the University of Wisconsin–Madison who can discuss a variety of subjects related to the start of a new school year.
An atmospheric heat dome parked over the central U.S. is sending temperatures soaring this week. Combined with oppressively high humidity, the sizzling temperatures are a…
The following UW–Madison experts can comment on the first upcoming GOP debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Wednesday, Aug. 23.
New weather trends, from a predicted El Niño to an early fire season in Western Canada signal the beginning of what may be a turbulent weather pattern. Experts from UW–Madison are available for insight and analysis.
Experts from UW–Madison are available to discuss the upcoming Wisconsin State Supreme Court election on April 4. The election is widely considered one of the most consequential State Supreme Court elections in decades.
Spring is here – at least according to the calendar. Experts from the University of Wisconsin–Madison are available to discuss a variety of topics related to the season, which officially began March 20 and runs through June 20.
Experts from UW–Madison are available to discuss news about the Silicon Valley Bank failure and banking system destabilization in general.
Experts from UW–Madison are available to discuss topics related to Father’s Day.
Experts from UW–Madison are available to media to discuss topics related to the return to warmer weather, from lawns to hurricanes to grilling.
Experts from UW–Madison are available to discuss the latest situation in Ukraine with the news media.
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy declared a state of emergency after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered military operations, hitting cities and bases with airstrikes and shelling.
This will mark a return to an in-person ceremony at the Kohl Center following a virtual ceremony in winter 2020 due to the pandemic. A virtual livestream will be offered too.
It’s the start of another school year with things still feeling far from normal. Experts from the University of Wisconsin–Madison are ready with tips and expertise to help us navigate.
From catastrophic floods in Germany to an early fire season and drought in the Western U.S., extreme weather reports have been relatively common this summer. Experts from UW–Madison can speak on a wide range of subjects relating to the topic.
After being delayed a year by the pandemic, the world’s best athletes, including many with ties to UW–Madison, will compete in the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games July 23 through Aug. 8.
What’s next in the COVID-19 crisis? University of Wisconsin–Madison experts are available to discuss forward-looking research, tips, and the latest trends related to the pandemic as we enter a summer of change.
UW–Madison experts are available to discuss current topics surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, ranging from the future of travel to vaccine fears to remembering those who died.