Welcome to ALS 500 & 600! You are in the right place if you are looking for your extensive listening opportunities. If you are not an ALS 500 or 600 student that’s ok – you can still attend these events if you would like. If you are an ALS 500 or 600 student, you need to attend one of the events from the list below. After you attend one of these events, write a brief summary and reaction – you can ask your teacher if you have any questions about this. This is the FIFTH Extensive Listening Log opportunity of the session – make sure you talk to your teacher about when your ELL is due. Most ELLs are due next TUESDAY, October 14th.
2) Social Injustice and Hired Agricultural Workers in the Globals Food Chain
First of three lectures by Havens Center visiting scholar, Peter Hurst, freelance author. Co-sponsored by Global Studies, the UW Center for Cooperatives, and the UW Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems.
When: Tuesday, October 7th @ 4pm
Location: Room 206 Ingraham Hall
3) An Evening with Walter Naegle: Civil rights organizer and partner of Bayard Rustin
Walter Naegle, an organizer in his own right, shares his reflections on the work of Bayard Rustin, his relationship with the Civil Rights leader, and his experience receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Rustin’s behalf.
When: Tuesday, October 7th @ 6pm
Location: Room L140 Conrad A. Elvehjem Building
4) Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Talk
The Human Factors & Ergonomics Society UW Chapter invites Tonya Smith-Jackson, chair of the Dept of Industrial and Systems Engineering at North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University in Greensboro, NC, as a guest speaker. The seminar will provide an overview of research that demonstrate the conceptualization and research design, methods and data collection, and data analysis and translation of projects that encountered challenges associated with cultural competence.
When: Wednesday, October 8th @ 1:30pm
Location: 2nd Floor Researcher’s Link, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
5) The Global Food Chain and Child Labor Elimination in Agriculture and Fisheries
Second of three lectures by Havens Center visiting scholar, Peter Hurst, freelance author. Co-sponsored by Global Studies, the UW Center for Cooperatives, and the UW Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems.
When: Wednesday, October 8th @ 4pm
Location: Room 8417 Sewell Social Sciences
6) WWI Lecture: The War Within the War
To mark the centennial outbreak of World War I, noted author and historian Adam Hochschild will describe attempts by courageous individuals to oppose the Great War. Following the lecture, guest exhibit co-curators Skye Doney and Eric O’Connor will point to highlights in the exhibit of materials from Special Collections and other campus libraries, including postcards and artifacts donated by historian and collector Dr. Andrew Stangel.
When: Wednesday, October 8th @ 4:30pm
Location: Wisconsin Historical Society
7) Wednesday Nite @ The Lab: Cancer Research Milestones at UW’s McArdle Lab
WN@TL is honored to welcome Henry Pitot, Professor Emeritus of Oncology, in the first of several WN@TL talks over the coming months to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research.
When: Wednesday, October 8th @ 7pm
Location: Room 1111 Genetics-Biotechnology Center Building
8) Investigative Journalism and the Future of Truth
Do we ever actually know the truth in “real time” about those in power? Lewis will talk about some of the most significant misrepresentations by those in power in the U.S., in government and major corporations, and the role of journalists in exposing them (or not) since 1950. Charles Lewis is a professor of journalism and the founding executive editor of the Investigative Reporting Workshop at the American University School of Communication in Washington, D.C.
When: Thursday, October 9th @ 4pm
Location: Howard Auditorium, Fluno Center For Executive Education
9)CERTIFIED SUSTAINABLE: Examining the environmental efficacy of roundtable sustainability certifications in the tropics
Tropical crop production has diverse environmental impacts, including deforestation and carbon emission. Third-party sustainability certification seeks to reduce negative consequences by requiring that producers meet a set of standards. While certification is increasing, the environmental benefits of certification standard adoption remain largely untested. We evaluate how multi-stakeholder roundtable certification of palm oil and soybean is generating improvements in environmental outcomes.
When: Thursday, October 9th @ 4:25pm
Location: Room 1106 Mechanical Engineering Building
10) Private Land Conservation: Roles, responsibilities, and responses to environmental change
Private lands make up 75% of the United States and are critical for rare and endangered species habitat, water quality, open space, and sometimes public recreation. How, in this era of increasing fragmentation and devolution of environmental governance, are conservation policies for private lands designed, implemented, and enforced?
When: Friday, October 10th @ 3:30pm
Location: 180 Science Hall
11) Sustainable Agriculture, Fair Trade and Cooperatives
United Nations International Labor Organizer Peter Hurst, along with panelists from the Willy Street Co-op and Wisconsin Farmers’ Union, will discuss fair trade as an integral part of sustainable agriculture, and how cooperatives empower farmers to set fair prices for their goods. Sponsored by the Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems.
When: Friday, October 10th @ 7pm
Location: Goodman Community Center, Bolz Room A, 149 Waubesa St., Madison
12) Living with the Land: Author Series
Cindy Crosby, author of “Pulling Weeds: Community” in The Tallgrass Prairie Reader, will discuss how working with a prairie restoration group helped show her the power of letting other people into your life, and the things that can be accomplished as a community that you can’t do on your own. UW Arboretum Visitor Center Auditorium.
This event costs $5!
When: Saturday, October 11th @ 2pm
Location: Visitor center, UW Arboretum