Joining Wisconsin Evolution allows you to vote in elections and become involved in governance of the institute. All UW-Madison faculty, staff, graduate or undergraduate students are eligible to become members.

Membership is granted by the Executive Committee. To request membership complete the form below and send a brief paragraph explaining your connection to evolutionary research to the current Director.

Membership does not require annual renewal, but it will expire automatically on departure from UW-Madison, and can be rescinded at any time by the executive committee if the member’s research, education, or outreach ceases to align with the mission of Wisconsin Evolution, or if their behavior undermines the climate or operations of Wisconsin Evolution.

Remember: You don’t need to be a member to join the email list (and becoming a member does not automatically put you on the mailing list)

Crow Institute Membership

To start a new membership of the Crow Institute, please fill out the information below. Faculty and staff members who have been granted membership of the Crow Institute by the Executive Committee do not need to renew their membership.

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  • Membership can only be renewed using this form for individuals with a currently active UW NetID. If you do not have a UW NetID, but are in Madison and wish to affiliate with the institute, please contact the director to learn more about applying for affiliate status.
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