SEPTEMBER 18, 2012
In memoriam: Fritz Albert
Fritz Albert, a University of Wisconsin-Madison professor emeritus of agricultural journalism and a noted documentary filmmaker and photographer, died Sept. 16 at the age of 90.

SEPTEMBER 10, 2012
Phillips awarded Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship
Jennifer Phillips, a master's candidate in Environment and Resources, has been selected as a 2013 John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellow. She will begin the one-year paid fellowship in February 2013, following the completion of her master's program.

Grabow honored by International Society for Environmental Epidemiology
Maggie Grabow, a Ph.D. candidate in Environment and Resources who is also pursuing the Certificate on Humans and the Global Environment, received a student poster award at the 2012 International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) conference in August.

JULY 6, 2012
Nelson Institute mourns the death of Charlotte Zieve
The Nelson Institute community is saddened by the recent passing of Charlotte Zieve, a Ph.D. alumna and generous donor in support of Nelson Institute student scholarships. A detailed article about her life can be found here.

JUNE 15, 2012
Researchers asked to review new federal financial conflict of interest regulations
New federal financial conflict of interest (COI) regulations take effect Aug. 24 for UW-Madison faculty and staff.

JUNE 12, 2012
Mitman article awarded Ralph Gomory Prize
"Latex and Blood: Science, Markets, and American Empire," an article coauthored by Gregg Mitman in the Duke University Press Journal Radical History Review has been awarded the Ralph Gomory Prize

JUNE 8, 2012
Duff awarded Dickie Fellowship
Alison Duff, a Ph.D. candidate in Environment and Resources, has been awarded the Dickie Family Sauk County Educational Fellowship.

MAY 18, 2012
Graduate student Yanghui Kang receives NASA fellowship
Yanghui Kang, a master's student in the Nelson Institute Environment and Resources program, has received a NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship.

MAY 14, 2012
UW"Madison launches online Sustainable Systems Engineering Graduate Program
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has introduced a new online Master of Engineering in Sustainable Systems Engineering (SSE) program, which will begin January 2013 with applications being accepted through October 15, 2012.

MAY 2, 2012
Langston recognized as Honored Instructor
Nancy Langston, a professor in the Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology and the Nelson Institute, has been nominated as a University of Wisconsin-Madison Honored Instructor for the spring 2012 semester.

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