Department Newsletters & Emails
The UW-Madison Department of Chemistry offers a weekly emailed newsletter, which includes a digest of the department email list, upcoming seminars and research publications, and the Badger Chemist News Alert monthly e-newsletter, which includes committee updates, critical administration news, and information about our department reorganization.
The Badger Chemist News Alert is emailed to all undergraduate student workers, graduate students, faculty and staff at the Department of Chemistry. Please use the form on the right to submit content suggestions. Find links to all published issue below.
2020 Badger Chemist News Alerts
2019 Badger Chemist News Alerts
The Department of Chemistry weekly newsletter is emailed to everyone in the department. You can find copies of the current and old newsletters here.
Department of Chemistry Communications Services offer the following resources:
- Collateral material – logos, letterhead, business cards, etc.
- Emergency Text SignupCampus Photo LibraryCopyright infoWebsite maintenance/setupDepartment News
Sign Up for Emergency Text Alerts
- At the bottom of your people page on chem.wisc.edu, click on LOGIN.
- Use your Chemistry User Name and Password (not NetID).
- When you log in, you will be taken to your information page. Click on EDIT.
- Enter your cell number in the box labeled CELL PHONE. This will only be used for emergency notification.
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and click SAVE.
- At the top right corner of the page click LOG OUT.
Department Email Lists
To contact any of the following groups within the Department of Chemistry, please request the list address from comphelp. These lists are only to be used for official business purposes and by those people who are members of the department.
Photography/Video Guidelines & Resources
- Review the University Relations guidelines on photo/video
- Have the proper talent release signed before taking photos.
- Obey copyright laws, which prohibit alteration of materials without the copyright holder or creator’s written permission, and give credit to the person who created the work.
Where can I find UW-Madison photos?