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- Save the date: Agroecology Symposium – Apr. 12Please save the date for the UW Agroecology Symposium on April 12 from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. in Memorial Union’s Great Hall. All are welcome to […]
- Professor Michael Bell’s Classical Piano Composition To Be Featured At The Wisconsin Alliance Of Composers Annual New Music Festival On April 16thC&E Soc Department Chair and Philip David Lowe Professor, Michael Bell is a long-time composer and musician. One of his classical piano compositions concerning the […]
- Grad School Visit Day on March 24th from 10:30am-11:30amJoin us in 354 Ag Hall to meet the prospective cohort for the C&E Soc/Soc joint grad program. We’ll have some refreshments and pastries.
- Career Q&A with CALS Career Services!Registration is encouraged, but not required. Please register by March 31st at https://forms.gle/FSkyzf5tuqw9wvsm7
- Opportunity to meet Dean Glenda Gillaspy, the new CALS dean on Thursday, March 2nd from 11am-12pm!This will be an informal, in-person event in the CES Library. We’ll have light refreshments — some nice morning pastries — as well as hot […]
- RESCHEDULED: “Re-Storying the Landscape: A Conversation about Ecological Transformation through the Arts” at the Chazen Museum. Tuesday, Feb. 28 5:00-6:30pmThis event has been re-scheduled from 2/22 to 2/28 due to weather. Michael Bell, who is a Phillip David Lowe Professor, musician, composer, and the […]
- C&E SOC Chair, Michael Bell Co-Presents “Re-Storying the Landscape: A Conversation about Ecological Transformation through the Arts” at the Chazen Museum on Feb 22nd at 5:00-6:30PMMichael Bell, who is a Phillip David Lowe Professor, musician, composer, and the Chair of the Department of Community & Environmental Sociology will be presenting […]
- PhD Candidate, Abigail Letak wins Capstone Teaching AwardAbigail Letak is being publicly recognized for her dedication as a TA at the University of Wisconsin by receiving the Capstone Teaching Award. Congratulations, Abby! […]
- Former Ph.D. student Jaclyn Wypler is featured in the article, “Radishes and rainbows: the LGBTQ growers reimagining the traditional family farm”The article details how the current fight for diversity and inclusion in farming culture echoes the womyn’s land movement from the 60s and 70s. Great […]
- C&E Soc Welcomes Michaela Hoffelmeyer as New Assistant Professor!Michaela Hoffelmeyer will be joining the Department of C&E Soc as the assistant professor position in public engagement with agriculture! Michaela will be joining our […]
- “Making Food: Engagements with Environment, Technology, and Innovation in Agriculture” C&E Soc Talk on Wednesday, November 9 at 1:30 pmDr. Matt Comi from the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute will present his research on “Making Food: Engagements with Environment, Technology, and Innovation in Agriculture on […]
- “Looking South: How the U.S. Midwest maintains its Farm Labor Supply” C&E Soc Seminar on Mon, 11/7 at 12 pmDr. Jose Villagran from the University of Texas at San Antonio will present their research on “Looking South: How the U.S. Midwest Maintains its Farm […]