News & Events
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- Professor Katherine Curtis Quoted in Wisconsin Public Radio StoryProfessor Katherine Curtis was recently quoted in a story about climate migration on Wisconsin Public Radio. To read the full article, visit https://www.wpr.org/could-wisconsin-be-climate-haven-great-lakes-region-could-be-attractive-some-effects-are-unclear.
- APL’s Sarah Kemp was awarded CALS “Academic Staff Excellence Award”We congratulate Sarah Kemp for her amazing work with the Applied Population Lab! Sarah will receive her award on Tuesday, May 2 at 3:00 PM […]
- UW Agroecology Symposium on April 12th, in the Great Hall, on “Relationships for Change”Check out this Agroecology Symposium co-sponsored by C&E Soc!
- Dr. Annie Jones Named One of the Most Influential Native American Leaders in 2023Dr. Annie Jones, an enrolled member of the Menominee Nation, is a professor, organization development and Tribal Nations specialist with UW-Madison’s Division of Extension. She is […]
- Summer Enrollment Begins April 4th and C&E Soc is Offering Several Courses!Check Course Search & Enroll for more information about Pre-Requisites and who will teach the class!
- 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 […]