We kick off this week with the Hunger Meal! If you didn’t RSVP before the deadline, email Andrew Walsh to see if a seat is available for you!
1. The 2nd Annual Hunger Meal (Monday)
2. Salary Negotiations Workshop (Tuesday)
3. Managing the Variability of Wind Energy (Tuesday)
4. Wisconsin Women’s Health Policy Summit (Wednesday)
5. Subalternity, Representation and Violence in India (Thursday)
6. Science Communication in the Online World: Challenges and Opportunities (Friday)
1. The 2nd Annual Hunger Meal
Monday, 6 May, 6 p.m.
Tripp Commons, Memorial Union
From Andrew’s announcement email: “The Hunger Meal is designed to be an opportunity for all to learn about food and hunger and momentarily experience the unequal distribution of food resources. The event provides participants with a meal; however, whether one gets a gourmet dinner, a meal of rice and beans, or something in between will be determined by chance, reflecting the way many receive their lot in life. In addition to the meal, we’ll screening the recently released documentary, “A Place at the Table,” a film that explores hunger and food policy in America.” Please arrive between 5:50 pm and 6:10 pm so we can seat you and get the drawing started! If you did not RSVP but would like to come, please email Andrew Walsh!
2. Salary Negotiations Workshop
Tuesday, 7 May, noon
La Follette House Conference Room
The final installment in Kate Battiato’s professional development series focuses on salary negotiation. Learn from an expert about how to handle this touchy subject with new employers. The weather is supposed to be great, (sunny and 74F), so a jaunt over to campus before lunch will be both enjoyable and good for you! For more information, see the calendar entry.
3. Managing the Variability of Wind Energy
Tuesday, 7 May, 1-2 p.m.
1721 Engineering Hall
This PSERC Public Webinar explores “the concept of self-reserves, wherein wind generators withhold a portion of forecasted energy production, via their hour-ahead schedule, in order to minimize dispatch deviations in real-time.” For more information, please see the calendar entry.
4. Wisconsin Women’s Health Policy Summit
Wednesday, 8 May, Noon
Alliant Energy Center
The summit, which lasts for a day and a half, focuses on policies in Wisconsin that affect women’s health and gives advocates, experts, health providers, and policymakers a chance to discuss policy improvements. For more information, please see the calendar entry.
5. Subalternity, Representation and Violence in India
Thursday, 9 May, Noon-1 p.m.
206 Ingraham Hall
New York University Department of Politics associate professor Kanchan Chandra will present “Subalternity, Representation and Violence in India: Mellon Foundation New International Studies Lecture” as part of the Center for South Asia Lecture Series. For more information, please see the calendar entry.
6. Science Communication in the Online World: Challenges and Opportunities
Friday, 10 May, 12:30 p.m.
1039 , Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences Building
Dominique Brossard, of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Life Sciences Communication, will present “Science Communication in the Online World: Challenges and Opportunities” as part of the Climate, People, and the Environment Program (CPEP) Seminar series. For more information, please see the calendar entry.
That’s all for this week, folks! Good night, and good luck!