Faculty, students and staff in the University of Wisconsin’s Department of Community and Environmental Sociology are concerned with a wide array of issues from environmental degradation and globalization to sustainability and local food systems. The faculty is made up of an interdisciplinary group trained in fields ranging from sociology to science and technology studies and environmental studies. We are an engaged group whose work, while theoretically informed, is often directed at intervening in and affecting real life situations. Our graduate program is equally dynamic and is offered jointly with the UW’s Department of Sociology.
Prospective students are welcome to contact Megan Banaszak to learn more about the major. Feel free to come to 350 Ag Hall from 7:45-11:45 or 12:30-4:30 to meet with her. You can also e-mail Megan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michael Bell on Wisconsin Public Radio
Michael Bell was interviewed on Wisconsin Public Radio on September 10th. The interview is available at https://www.wpr.org/wisconsin-ensemble-mixes-classical-and-bluegrass-music.
- Nov 25
- 3:30 PM Biochemistry Colloquium: Naomi Courtemanche Actin Filament Assembly Mediated by Formins: All Roads Lead to the Barbed End
- Dec 2
- 3:30 PM Biochemistry Colloquium: Alec Kimmelman Identifying Metabolic Dependencies in Pancreatic Cancer
- Dec 4
- 3:00 PM The Adaptable genome Laboratory of Genetics 2019 Fall Colloquium
- Dec 9
- 3:30 PM Steenbock Lecture I: Holly Ingraham Nuclear Phospholipid Sensors in Metabolism and Intestinal Epithelial Homeostasis
- Dec 10
- 3:30 PM Steenbock Lecture II: Holly Ingraham Hormone Responsive Brain Modules Power Movement and Skeletal Strength