Past Events

MAY 30: Environmental and Urban Studies BA Thesis Poster Presentations, Classics 110, 5-7pm

APRIL 24: UChicago Professor Emily Talen discusses Neighborhood, Seminary Co-op Bookstore 6-7pm

APRIL 29: CCRF: Research Poster Design Workshop, Harper Memorial Room 284, 4:30-5:30pm

MAY 14: Chicago Studies Research Colloquium, Classics 110, 1:00-3:00pm

MAY 16: Frizzell Series Keynote Address: Professor Ann Carlson, Shirley Shapiro Professor of Environmental Law, Faculty Co-Director, Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, University of Chicago Law School Room IV, 4:30-6:00pm
More details on the event can be found here

APRIL 22: Protecting the Environment: A How-To, Keller Center Sky Suite, 12:45-1:45pm

APRIL 17: Podcast Launch: Speaking of Work, Classics 110, 6:30-8:00pm

APRIL 12: Urban Development & Sustainability Local Trek

Visits will include: The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for PlanningThe Alliance for the Great Lakes, and  HDR(Architecture).
Hosted by The Fried Public Policy and Service Program in partnership with PGE, Chicago Studies, and GISciences

APRIL 15: PGE x SARC Faculty Lunch and Learn: Emily Talen, Social Sciences Tea Room, 12:00-1:15pm

APRIL 5: CCRF: Research Poster Design Workshop, Harper Memorial Room 284, 12:30-1:30pm

APRIL 10: Food and Place: A Conversation with The Sioux Chef, Chef Sean Sherman, Gordon Parks Assembly Hall, 6-7:30pm

MARCH 14: Program on Global Environment Study Break, Social Sciences Room 201, 12-1pm

FEB 22: 3rd Year ENST Student Meeting, Classics 110, 10-11:30am

FEB 22: Expert Capital: Houston and the Making of a Service Empire, Classics 110 12-1:30pm

FEB 15: Chicago Studies Research Roundtable Series: Crime, Edelstone Center, 12:30-1:20pm

FEB 8: CCRF Signature Series I: Research Design, Harper Memorial Room 284, 12:30-1:30pm

FEB 8: Chicago Studies Research Roundtable Series: Immigration, Edelstone Center Room 190, 12:30-1:20pm

FEB 5: CCRF Signature Series I: Research Design, Harper Memorial Room 284, 4:30-5:30pm

JAN 29: CCRF Signature Series I: Literature Review and Research Questions, Harper Memorial Room 284, 4:30-5:30pm

JAN 31: CCRF Signature Series I: Literature Review and Research Questions, Harper Memorial Room 284, 12:30-1:30pm

JAN 25: Chicago Studies: Open House, Edelstone Center, 1:30-3:30pm

JAN 24: Anna Clark discusses The Poisoned City, Seminary Co-op Bookstore, 6-7pm

JAN 24: Food & Culture: The Cooking Gene, Gordon Park Assembly Hall, 6-7:30pm

JAN 23: PGE SARC Lunch and Learn with Luis Bettencourt, Professor of Ecology and Evolution and Pritzer Director of the Mansueto Institute for Urban Innovation, Social Sciences Room 201, 11:30-1:15pm

DEC 5: Urban Design with Nature Lunch and Final Presentation Symposium, Searle Chemistry Laboratory, 12-2:30pm

DEC 6: Program on Global Environment Study Break, Social Sciences Room 201, 12-1pm

NOV 28: Arthur Melville Pearson discusses Force of Nature, Seminary Co-op Bookstores, 6-7pm

NOV 27: Marcia Bjornerud discusses TimefulnessSeminary Co-op Bookstore, 6-7pm

NOV 1: Does Main Street Have a Future? Reconsidering Retail in the Era of Chain Stores and E-Commerce, The Revival Theater, 1160 E 55th Street, 4:30-7:30pm

NOV 1: Energize 2.0, Ida Noyes Hall, 5:30-7:30pm (dinner will be provided)

OCT 25: Environmental and Urban Studies Open House, Social Sciences Tea Room, 4-5:15pm

OCT 24: Keith Makoto Woodhouse discusses The Ecocentrists A History of Radical EnvironmentalismSeminary Co-op Bookstore, 6-7pm

OCT 18: Liam Heneghan discusses Beasts at Bedtime, Seminary Co-op Bookstore, 6-7pm

Past event archive can be found here.