Events

Upcoming 

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

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

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

APRIL 15: PGE x SARC Faculty Lunch and Learn: Emily Talen, 11:30-1:15pm

APRIL 24: Emily Talen discussess Neighborhood, Seminary Co-op Bookstore 6-7 PM

MAY 30: Environmental and Urban Studies BA Thesis Poster Presentations, Classics 110, 4-6pm

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

Past Events

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, 12-2:30

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, 6-7 PM

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

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, 6-7 PM

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

Past event archive can be found here.