University crest - a white letter W on a red background surrounded by a golden oval. Center for Teaching, Learning & Mentoring. Division for Teaching & Learning. University of Wisconsin – Madison.
Photo of the pipe of peace, a ceremonial object used by white students in a popular mock Native ceremony in the early 20th century. It is a carved wooden pipe about two feet long around which have been tied ribbons of different colors representing different class years.
Photo of Taylor L. Bailey and Kacie Lucchini-Butcher standing in front of the large opening panel to the Sifting & Reckoning museum exhibit – a black and white photo of UW–Madison students marching down State Street during the 1969 Black Student Strike.
Photo of the Greek Life section of the Sifting & Reckoning exhibit with documents and explanatory text mounted on a large wall board above a vitrine in which historical documents about Greek Life and integration are presented.

Teaching at UW

The Public History Project in the Classroom and Beyond

This groundbreaking exhibit, held in fall 2022 at the Chazen Museum, has created a number of resources for instructors. Join CTLM to hear from the project team and instructors across campus about how the project is informing teaching and learning.


  • Taylor L. Bailey, assistant director of the Public History Project
  • Christy Clark-Pujara, professor of history in the Department of African American Studies and member of the project steering committee
  • Kacie Lucchini Butcher, director of the Public History Project
  • Christa Olson, professor of composition & rhetoric and chair, Department of English
  • Nicole Nelson, associate professor of medical history & bioethics

WHEN: Wednesday, February 15, from 1 to 2:30 p.m.
WHERE: Memorial Union and via Zoom
Coffee, tea and cookies will be served. This event will not be recorded.

Please indicate how you will attend