Nelson Institute professor and PhD candidate named Honored Instructors

January 21, 2020

University of Wisconsin - Madison University Housing recently announced those nominated as fall 2019 Honored Instructors. Among the recipients is Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies faculty member, founder of the Carnivore Coexistence Lab, and faculty co-chair of the UW-Madison Teaching Academy, Adrian Treves and Karann Putrevu, Environment and Resources PhD candidate.

Each semester, University Housing residents nominate instructors on campus to receive this esteemed award. Students are encouraged to nominate instructors that have challenged them academically, inspired them to pursue their goals, and positively supported them. This student-run initiative began in fall 2007 and has continued each semester since then. Read more.