Assistant Prof. Lisa Grubisha (Biology) recently co-authored two publications. “Increased phylogenetic resolution within the ecologically important Rhizopogon subgenus Amylopogon using 10 anonymous nuclear loci” was published in the journal Mycologia in March 2017. The paper “Development of Anonymous Nuclear Loci for Pterospora andromedea (Monotropoideae) Using Illumina and Ion Torrent Sequencing Data” was published online early […]
Professor Michael Draney (Biology) discusses Wisconsin ticks and the problems associated with their early emergence this spring. Watch the WFRV video.
Assistant Prof. (Electrical Engineering Technology) Md Maruf Hossain’s co-authored paper entitled “A Signal Reforming Algorithm Based Three-Phase PLL Under Unbalanced Grid Conditions,” was presented in the International Conference on Renewable Energy Research and Applications (ICRERA) on Nov. 20-23, 2016 at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, UK. The paper is now published in IEEE Xplore.
Three UW-Green Bay researchers Prof. Robert Howe (Biology), Cofrin Center for Biodiversity Center Research Specialist Erin Giese and recent ES&P graduate Nick Walton are part of a team that has been recognized by two national awards for the publication of a peer-reviewed USDA Technical Report on monitoring bird populations in western Great Lakes forests. Awards include […]
UW-Green Bay College of Science and Technology Dean John Katers was at Southern Door this week for a big announcement and was interviewed for the story about nurturing the pipeline for high-demand careers. (See the second of the two stories posted on the WBAY webpage for the Katers interview.) Congratulations to Southern Door High School […]
UW-Green Bay student Angie Grimm, the first female mentor for National Wild Turkey Foundation Wisconsin – North Shore Chapter, answers questions about her position in this article. Grimm is pursuing a major in environmental sciences.
Members of campus and the community were welcome to view a mobile engineering lab, Wednesday (April 19), built by Turbine Technologies. This climate-controlled lab houses equipment used in educational institutions all over the world. Engineering Technology faculty and students were the prime audience. For more, see the Turbine Technologies’ post on the new mobile training […]
It’s a documentary that takes viewers across Northeast Wisconsin to the Niagara Escarpment. It is a ridge of rock millions of years old — reaching from east-central Wisconsin all the way to Upstate New York. UW-Green Bay Prof. John Luczaj (Geology) is one of many experts in the film telling the story of the natural rock […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. John Luczaj (Geology, Natural & Applied Sciences) is a co-author of a recent peer-reviewed work. “Groundwater Management Area, Wisconsin, USA: A Century of Groundwater Use,” published in the journal Geosciences in March 2017. The article is culmination of 10 years of researching the water levels in the deep sandstone aquifer beneath Green […]
UW Extension’s Agriculture, UW-Discovery Farms and Land and Water Conservation offices, will temporarily move to UW-Green Bay’s Environmental Sciences and Facilities Management buildings (ES 107 and 307, and Facilities 102) on the UW-Green Bay campus. This comes after the UW-Extension building in Bellevue was sold to the Green Bay Area Public School District. The UW-Extension offices will […]