When Rob Hall accepts his offer to attend Stanford University as a PhD candidate in their Cell, Molecular and Organismal Biology program, it will be exactly two years after he almost gave up on academics altogether.
With the help of an app developed by University of Wisconsin–Madison entomologists, Sun Prairie residents are becoming scientists studying bees in their own yards this May.
UniverCity Year projects propel Wisconsin Rapids toward public arts culture.
If you’re like most people, the topic of climate change doesn’t fill you with the warm and fuzzies.
Report indicates that fisheries are changing as the climate warms.
Sustainability certificate student Lissy Kettleson featured in the Wisconsin School of Business’s “Next Generation of Business Leaders.”
Sustainability certificate student Angie Kettleson featured in the Wisconsin School of Business’s “Next Generation of Business Leaders.”
SoHE professor and Nelson affiliate Majid Sarmadi says there’s more to being green than recycling.
On the Office of Sustainability’s 11th birthday, we look back to the first decade — and forward to the next.
Thank you! We are grateful for everyone who participated in UW–Madison’s annual day of giving, Day of the Badger, this year held on March 28–29.
Jane Goodall spoke to a sold-out crowd with the Wisconsin Union Directorate’s Distinguished Lecture Series.
You could say undergraduate student Tien Vo is very grounded.
Capturing the beautiful, dynamic, and sometimes sorrowful moments nature has to offer is no easy feat and takes a careful eye.
Buckle up and hit the gas … or should it be electricity?
Reports suggest that switching from fossil fuels to batteries and electrification in the U.S. transportation, industrial, and commercial and residential sectors can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70 percent in just a few decades … but everything has its costs.
On March 9 and 10, 2023, the Graduate Associate Organizing Committee at the Center for Culture, History, and Environment (CHE) was proud to organize a two-day screening of the virtual reality documentary On the Morning You Wake (To the End of the World), an event cosponsored by CHE and the Associated Students of Madison and open to both current UW–Madison students and faculty as well as members of the greater Madison community.
As a recent runner-up for the Center for Climatic Research’s Reid Bryson Scholarship poster session, undergraduate senior Sean Bertalot never expected such a distinction just a few short years ago.
In studying a stalagmite from Wisconsin’s Cave of the Mounds, a UW-Madison research team found evidence of “a series of massive and abrupt warming events that punctuated the most recent ice age.”
Recent graduate of the environmental observation informatics (EOI) MS program, David Kolodziejski found his niche in geographic information systems (GIS) and remote sensing after a long period of career exploration.
Sustainability certificate student Michelle Yang featured in the Wisconsin School of Business’s “Next Generation of Business Leaders.”
Seeding longleaf pine understories with a mix of native savanna species could help restore one of North America’s biodiverse ecosystems.
The WICCI Climate Working Group addresses challenges and shares recommendations.
“Chances are you’ve probably heard of the controversy involving a proposed mine near the Boundary Waters,” a voice echoes over the sound of howling wind as the camera sweeps over a dark, frozen landscape.
The Center for Culture, History, and Environment (CHE) is excited to welcome you to gather with CHE students and faculty on March 25 for our annual Graduate Student Symposium.
This is an exciting time for the Center for Culture, History, and Environment (CHE)!