‘Bill Nye the Science Guy’ to talk climate change at UW-Madison

Nye is best known for his popular children's show in the late 1990s, “Bill Nye the Science Guy.” 

Nye is best known for his popular children's show in the late 1990s, “Bill Nye the Science Guy.” 

Image By: Courtesy of the Wisconsin Union Directorate

TV personality Bill Nye the “Science Guy” will visit UW-Madison on Apr. 21 to speak about climate change. 

Nye is best known for his popular PBS children’s show “Bill Nye the Science Guy,” running from 1993-98. Since then, Nye has written eight science children’s books and starred in his own documentary, “Bill Nye: Science Guy,” where he challenged climate change deniers on screen. 

"Let’s Talk Climate Change: A Conversation with Bill Nye" will be held at the Wisconsin Union Theater in Shannon Hall at 7:30 p.m. as part of the university’s Distinguished Lecture series. 

The event is free and open to the public, but requires a purchased ticket

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