The UW Geography Club brings together undergraduates in geography in an informal setting. Through Club activities and social networks, undergraduates see how geography plays a major role in the lives of everyone and how geography can lead to a rewarding career.
The Geography Club does a mix of social, academic, and volunteer activities - usually but not always involving geography - and is focused on undergraduate issues. Primarily, the Club is a place for geographically like-minded folks to talk and get to know one another.
- Jessica Shen - Co-president, email@example.com
- Katy Vosburg- Co-president, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Greg Lehner - Treasurer, email@example.com
- Publication of the "Madison Geographic" multiple times over the semester... be on the lookout for the latest volume around Science Hall! Click here for archived copies of our newsletter.
- Selling WISCONSIN GEOGRAPHY t-shirts to help support Club activities
- $10 for solid colors
- $15 for tie-dyed
- Email the Club to purchase and for a list of the latest colors.
- Regular Club Meetings are held every other Wednesday evening in the Geography Lounge (388 Science Hall). Follow us on Facebook to keep up with the latest events!
Interested? Questions? E-mail us for more info! firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Club events include:
- Environmental volunteering"Geographic" field trips, geocaching anyone?
- Guest speakers from geographic disciplines and professions
- Helping out at the Major's Fair
- Annual GIS Day volunteering
- Sponsorship of the annual Geography Symposium
- Academic advising for geography undergraduates
- Social networking through monthly recreational meetings (Dobra Tea chats, bowling, playing pool, movies or concerts)
- Trips to the West Lakes and Annual AAG Conferences
- Geography Trivia
- Fall Pumpkin Carving!
Thank you for your support of the Geography Club and its objectives!
The Official Newsletter of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Geography Club
- December 2008
- Volume 14 April 2005
- Volume 13 November 2004
- Volume 10 October 2004
- Volume 9 February 2004
- Past Newsletters