STUDENT REGISTRATION - 2023 Winter Enrichment Lecture Series
Students can register for the 2023 Winter Enrichment lectures for FREE. The 2023 lectures will be virtual on Thursday mornings, February 2 through February 23 and in-person at the Arboretum March 9 through March 30.

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Registration for individual lectures closes the Sunday before the event, but have limited capacity so to ensure a spot, register early.

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Please register below for any or all of the lectures by checking the appropriate box below.  
Lectures on Feb 2, 9, 16 and 23 are all virtual. If registered, you will receive an email with a Zoom link a few days before the lecture. (9 to 10:30 a.m.)

The March 9, 16, 23, 30 are all in-person and take place in the Arboretum's Visitor Center. (9 to 11:30 a.m., includes a break.)

All lectures begin at 9 a.m.
BONUS: March 2, 2023 Research Symposium - JOIN US!

Every year we celebrate research at the Arboretum by hosting presentations and posters by student researchers about their projects. The 2023 Arboretum Research Symposium will take place at the Visitor Center on March 2, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. The event is free and open to the public, no registration is required. 

February 2 (Register by January 29)
Addressing Invasive Species in a Changing Climate. Carrie Brown-Lima, Director and Senior Extension Associate, New York Invasive Species Research Institute, Cornell University

February 9 (Register by February 5)
Synthesizing Knowledge for Decision-Making in a Changing World. Rachel Mason (she/her), Research Scientist, Center for Global Discovery and Conservation Science, Arizona State University

February 16 (Register by Feb 12)
At the Confluence: Great Lakes Estuaries in the National Estuarine Research Reserves. Deanna Erickson (she/her), Director, Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve, UW–Madison Division of Extension, and Emily Tyner, Director of Freshwater Strategy, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

February 23 (Register by Feb 19)

Life at the Edge of Sight: A Photographic Exploration of the Microbial World. Scott Chimileski (he/him), Research Scientist, Marine Biological Laboratory 

March 9 (Register by Mar 5 - limited capacity)

What Do We Know about PFAS in Wisconsin’s Surface Water and Fish? Meghan Williams (she/her), Environmental Toxicologist, and Patrick Gorski, PhD (he/him), Emerging Contaminants Research Scientist, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

March 16 (Register by Mar 12 - limited capacity)

Injecting Ash Trees and Other Journeys in Governing, Stewarding, and Caring for Nature. Adena Rissman, Professor, People Institutions and Ecosystems Lab, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, UW–Madison

March 23 (Register by Mar 19 - limited capacity)

Dugouts in Wisconsin: More than Four Thousand Years of Canoe Craft. Sissel Schroeder, Professor, Department of Anthropology, UW–Madison

March 30 (Register by Mar 26 - limited capacity)

Global Approaches to Sustainable Development. Alberto Vargas (he/him), Associate Director, Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies, UW–Madison

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