Code of Conduct

We are dedicated to providing an inclusive, accessible, and engaging conference experience for everyone. We welcome diverse perspectives, and we expect all conference attendees and speakers to be professional, considerate, and respectful to all with whom you come into contact at our conference including fellow attendees, speakers, students, and event staff. We value you, your safety, and your participation, and we appreciate your help in making this conference the very best it can be.

Individuals who violate these expectations may be subject to expulsion from the event, disciplinary action, and/or being prohibited from attending future conferences or events. 

For specific behavioral guidance, please see UW Madison’s Hostile and Intimidating Behavior Principles and Policies:

Please report any concerns to Tracey Holloway ( or Maria Vasys ( at any time.

The EAP program is part of the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, partnered with the Wisconsin Energy Institute