Thursday, September 28, 2006

Update on yesterday's meeting

Welcome!

The meeting minutes are available from our first fall 2006 meeting. E-mail mnguyen [at] ssc.wisc.edu if you cannot access the minutes on the public SSC drive.
“Y:\Wisconsin ImMigration Group\Meeting Minutes” which contains archives of past minutes, syllabi, articles, agendas, etc.

Mailing list: Please be sure to get onto the mailing list if you aren’t already on it. E-mail Vinthany: vsouvann [at] ssc.wisc.edu

Website: Check the weblog site until we get a real website up and running.

Got ideas for what speakers on migration from outside UW-Madison you'd like to see come to campus?

Monday, September 25, 2006

Berkeley's Interdisciplinary Migration Workshop link

The Wisconsin Migration Research Group would like to share another link from our friends at Berkeley: http://www.iir.berkeley.edu/immigration/index.html. Comments on that site should be directed to Irene Bloemraad, Assistant Prof. in the Sociology dept: bloemr@berkeley.edu.

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Migration Research Resources

Here is a link posted from UC Berkeley's migration researchers: http://iirl-immigration-news.blogspot.com. It lists several interesting articles related to the study of migration.

We'll be posting relevant links on this blog from time to time. Don't forget to join us at Wednesday's meeting.

Eventually, we'll have a website that has an "additional resources" link on the sidebar.

Friday, September 15, 2006

1st Fall 2006 Meeting

1st Fall 2006 Meeting in Sewell Social Sciences, Room 8108 (Havens Center)
Date: Wed, Sept 27, 2006
Time: 1:00 p.m.

The Wisconsin Im/Migration Group will be holding it's first meeting of the semester on Wednesday September 27 at 1pm in 8108 Sewell Social Science(Havens Center Room). This meeting will mostly consist of updates andplanning for the semester and will also feature our faculty advisor, Ted Gerber (Sociology). This is an exciting time for us as our research topic continues to grow insocial and political interest both in the US and abroad. The inter-disciplinary format of our collectivity offers a uniquely diversebreadth of perspective and expertise. This, our second, year should seeat least as much growth as our last.I look forward to seeing all of you there. Please forward this as widely as possible as we are always on the lookout for new recruits. If you can't make it this time, don't worry - we will e-mail and post both the agenda and minutes.