Human Interaction with Wisconsin's Natural Landscape
Series of lectures on campus in Fall of 2008, a project of the Wisconsin
Humanities Council's "Wisconsin: Making it Home Initiative"
Michael Goc: Social History and the "Natural"
Tim Malzahn: New Eyes: Wisconsin Landscapes and the
Ice Age Trail
Choris Low: Everything Has a Life and a Spirit
Jerry Apps: the Influence of Agricultural Technology
Joe Van Berkel: Rivers: The Lifeblood of our State
Professor Michael Jacobs History class presents their studies to the
2003: Life in Baraboo in 1900s
2005: Children of Sauk County: Depression Years
2006: People of Bluffview: Badger Village
Professor Tom Neal's Honors Chemistry course puts on a show to the general
2005: Wonderful World of Color
2006: A Night of Chemical Magic
2007: Booms, Bangs and Chemical Reactions
2008: A Night of Enchanted Chemistry
Summer Recap, 2005
Highlight of Campus events over the summer 2005.
Audience: Members of the collegium, who were
away for the summer
Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5
Interesting fact: Climbed hill 2 weeks after
injuring toe in freak lawn mowing accident
Summer Recap, 2007
Highlight of Campus events over the summer
Incorporated original works into format
Student produced first segment
Interesting fact: Several ideas were "scratched"
due to "political issues"
This video is a “documentary” of sorts. Each year the UW Baraboo
Math department has sponsored “Pi-Day.” (March 14). In 2006,
the department asked the faculty and staff to recite Pi in their “native”
tongue, or a second language. The department also wanted to present themselves
outside the classroom. A party was staged where each person came with
dressed with their “out of classroom” personas. The director
was happy to sponge of the party treats.
The speaking of PI
Mathematics Department "PI Party"
Pie eating contest
"Pi Day" (2008)
A NFL Film like take of the days events.
Professor Michael Jacobs:
"Nativis Propaganda in American History"
The professor needed to pre-record this lecture for the UWC Institute
on Race and Ethnicity.
"To Build a Bridge"
for Professor Christa James-Byrnes EGR 105 (2008)
Professor James-Byrnes teaches almost exclusively Distant Education
courses. Since the instructor is at a distant site, she cannot
see the work involved "behind the scene." For this class,
the local Baraboo students had to construct a bridge. This clip
shows the team doing a brief once-over before it is tested with
by supporting a ream of paper for 2 minutes
Marc Seals -D2L (2009)
Professor Seals gives a testimony to the UW College's
Cinco de Mayo: Rube Goldberg Experiment (2009) CHE 255 Honors Class Celebrates with a Rube Goldberg contraption to open a Pinata'
A Tribute to Dean Emeritus Aural Umhoeffer (2002)
In celebration of over 30 years of service to UW Colleges, this Flash
montage was made for her celebration retirement dinner. Click
here to view. (Note: opens in new window. ) The event was also four
input switched for projection purposes.