Water@UW: Addressing Wisconsin’s Water Challenges

Explore the ways Water@UW is bringing together water-focused faculty, staff, and students on campus to foster connection and communication among members of the UW–Madison water community. Learn about the ways Water@UW strengthens bridges between UW–Madison’s water research and research being done across the state. This session will also focus on the urgent water challenges in the state including harmful algal blooms, road salt pollution, PFAS, and flooding.


  • Caroline Gottschalk Druschke, associate professor of composition and rhetoric, Department of English, University of Wisconsin–Madison
  • Grace Wilkinson, assistant professor, Center for Limnology, University of Wisconsin–Madison
  • Hilary Dugan, assistant professor, Department of Integrative Biology, Center for Limnology, University of Wisconsin–Madison
  • Christy Remucal, associate professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Environmental Chemistry and Technology Program, and Freshwater and Marine Science Program; director of Water Science and Engineering Laboratory, University of Wisconsin–Madison

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