Read and Listen: Edge Effects Digital Magazine and Podcast
February 5, 2017
Edge Effects, CHE's Digital Magazine, has a lineup of exciting original essays, commentary, and podcasts this fall. Enjoy recent recommendations of environmental books for the classroom , learn why Americans recycle, and listen to inspiring conversations with podcast guests including Anna Tsing and Louis Warren. Coming soon Jesse Gant will interview Richard White about his new book on Reconstruction and the Gilded Age, Faron Levesque will give a take on the queer geography of Stranger Things, and Kevin Walters will explore the origins of the Wisconsin Idea.
Find all content on the Edge Effects website. Get the podcast sent straight to your mobile device or computer by subscribing through the iTunes store. You can also find episodes on Google Play, Stitcher, and TuneIn, or stream or download directly on the Edge Effects website.
Grads, faculty gather at UW to celebrate Gaylord Nelson's centennial at the 9th Annual CHE Graduate Symposium
March 16, 2016
Graduate students and faculty representing 13 different institutions from the US and Canada gathered in Madison for a rich weekend of conversation, debate, and service learning in celebration of Gaylord Nelson's centennial. The group, participants in the CHE Graduate Symposium, worked towards building a "new vocabulary" for the environment, a theme created by conference co-organizers and CHE associates Brian Hamilton and Kate Wersan.
Want to learn more?
Read an interview with Symposium participant Dr. Scott Kirsch.
Peruse the full Symposium schedule and list of participants.
Read an interview with Symposium organizers Brian Hamilton and Kate Wersan.
Thanks to our many conference participants for joining us, and congratulations to the many CHE volunteers involved in hosting the event!
March 4-6, Madison:
January 20, 2016
What do we really mean when we say we study 'environments'? The upcoming CHE Grad symposium, E is for Environment, will explore this question in the context of current research produced by graduate students from UW and across North America. Kate Brown will keynote, kicking off a weekend of events that are free and open to the public. Visit the website to register!
Belief: Tales from Planet Earth returns to explore faith, science and environment
November 5, 2015
How does thinking about belief enrich our thinking about environment? Tales from Film Festival founder Gregg Mitman, professor of history of science, medical history and environmental studies, and festival programming director and CHE alumnus Peter Boger, recently spoke about what attendees can expect at this weekend's series of free events.
Tackling Ebola on many fronts
October 29, 2014
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