Connecting the Water Community at UW-Madison and beyond
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is hiring three new faculty in the areas of limnology, water resources economics, and hydrology as part of a campus-wide cluster hire program. Learn more at the link above. We encourage women and under-represented minorities to apply.
Connect with the Water@UW-Madison community via our weekly newsletters which provide updates on water news and events in the UW-Madison community. Sign up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and share a water event by emailing email@example.com. More on newsletters here.
Explore the stunning array of water research at UW-Madison via the interactive Water@UW-Madison Story Map which showcases UW-Madison-led water research around the state of Wisconsin and the world. Launch an exploration or tell us about your water research here.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. To share a water event or announcement, email email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.