Join our team in building a Water Community!

We are seeking water-related faculty, staff, and grad students to serve on the Water@UW-Madison Executive Committee. Vacant positions are elected by the Water@UW-Madison community on an annual basis and we are looking for enthusiastic volunteers who are interested in helping to grow our water community on campus. This year we plan to elect:

• 5 At-large faculty/staff positions (3 year terms)

• 2 Graduate student/Postdoctoral representatives (1 year terms)

If you would like to enter your name for consideration, please complete this survey. We are asking for your name, title and department affiliation, the position you would like to be considered for, and a short (1 paragraph) statement about your background and reasons for running which we can include on the ballot. Candidates will be accepted until Friday, April 24th.

 

Connecting the Water Community at UW-Madison and beyond

6 Ways to Get Involved with Water@UW-Madison

1. Join us at our events

Present at the fall poster session, connect at the spring symposium, or join us at a happy hour.

2. Follow us on Twitter

Follow @WaterUWMadison for water-related news, events, and community.

3. Join the water listserv

For weekly newsletters and other announcements about water news and events on campus, join the water listserv by emailing join-water@lists.wisc.edu. To share a water event or announcement, email water@mailplus.wisc.edu.

4. Share your research and explore others'

Explore the who, what, and where of UW-Madison water research via the interactive Water@UW-Madison Story Map. Add your own projects so that you too are included in this showcase of water research led by UW-Madison around the state of Wisconsin and the world.

5. Become an affiliate

Faculty or staff with water-related work? Let us know you’d like to affiliate by sending a short list of your water-related research, teaching, or outreach interests to water@mailplus.wisc.edu.

6. Read a water book

After reading the 2018-2019 Go Big Read pick, “The Death and Life of the Great Lakes” by Dan Egan, check out another book on our water reading list.