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Luncheons and Other Upcoming Events

GO BIG READ luncheon panel discussion
"The Death and Life of the Great Lakes," by Dan Egan
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Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Noon - 1:30 at the University Club
Cost is $10, payable in cash at the door.
RSVP to stephen.block@wisc.edu by end of day, Thursday, Sept. 27.

Authored by Dan Egan, a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writer who has spent years covering Great Lakes science and policy issues for the paper, this book is a page turner that reads like a mystery novel. He draws on the work of some familiar UW professors. For us, as Christians, the book has resonance as we know we were given a mandate in Genesis 1&2 to 'tend & keep' the earth. Come hear three of our own give brief reflections on the book:
Rick Lindroth - Prof of Entomology (CALS)
Tim Van Deelen - Prof of Forest & Wildlife Ecology (CALS)
Jeff Hardin - Prof of Integrative Biology (L&S)

: If you want a free copy of “Death and Life of the Great Lakes" for the October panel discussion, please send a request via this GBR web site: https://gobigread.wisc.edu/participate/faculty-instructors/apply-for-free-book-copies/. You may reference the UW faculty and staff Christian fellowship panel as the qualifying event for a free copy.
Evening author lecture on Tuesday, October 16, 7:00 pm. at Memorial Union Theater.

Graduate Christian Fellowship crossover event
"What it means for faculty to be in fellowship on campus"
Friday, September 28, 6:30pm at Upper House
The UW Faculty/Staff Fellowship is invited to the second large group of the Graduate Fellowship to hear three different faculty members share their testimonies about what being part of a Christian Fellowship/being Christian on campus has meant to them and how it has impacted their lives at UW-Madison.
Questions for the faculty can be emailed to

Other Events

For details of other events, go to the Calendar page

Prayer Gatherings

For more on prayer gatherings, see the Connecting page…