UW-Green Bay alumnus Tom Sieber ’98 (Environmental Science), who is running for State Representative in Wisconsin’s 88th Assembly District, was recently profiled by the Green Bay Press-Gazette. Read more about Sieber, a Brown County Board supervisor since 2012. Read the full story.
A conference room in the Environmental Science building on the Green Bay Campus will now carry the name of an engineering pioneer, committed community advocate, visionary business leader and treasured friend of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay — Robert (Bob) G. Bush. Friends, family and campus supporters dedicated Room 317F in honor of Bush, on […]
It’s the first week of school and UW-Green Bay alumnus Richard Kendrick ’08 is excited… When the students return from summer break to Madison Area Technical College, Kendricks’ day kicks into high gear. And he wouldn’t have it any other way. Kendrick is a mathematics instructor, math adviser and a member of the honors faculty […]
UW-Green Bay learned of the passing of award-winning faculty member Joseph Moran (Natural and Applied Sciences). Services are Monday. According to the obituary, Moran, 74, died peacefully Wednesday, June 20, 2018, at Angel’s Touch Assisted Living in Ledgeview. He began teaching at UW-Green Bay in 1969 as an instructor of meteorology in the College of […]
Conservation Partners Roundtable at UW-Green Bay on Thursday, April 19 discussed wildlife, wetlands and the weather. Fox 11 had the story. The experts who attended were particularly concerned about this spring’s migration due to Blizzard Evelyn. Gary Van Vreede, U.S.Fish & Wildlife Service Wildlife Biologist explained, “A lot of the species have come back. And […]
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) will award the ninth annual Earth Caretaker Award to UW-Green Bay alumnus Douglas McLaughlin, Ph.D. McLaughlin received two degrees from UW-Green Bay — his bachelor’s degree in 1983 in Science and Environmental Change (emphasis in Biological Resources Management) and a Master’s of Environmental Science […]
Iron Mountain residents (or there-a-bouts) have had an unusual visitor this winter. A white turkey. The bird is not an albino, but has a condition noted as leucism — documented in a wide number of birds, from penguins in the Antarctic to barnacle geese in Norway. See photos. “But it seems to turn up more […]
Imogene Johnson, widow of Samuel Johnson, passed on March 3, 2018. She and her late husband were community-minded and philanthropic and are the donors for the Herbert Fisk Johnson Endowed Scholarship for Excellence and the Herbert Fisk Johnson Professorship in Environmental Studies (currently held by Prof. Amy Wolf) in honor of Samuel’s late father. See […]
Registration for the annual Fox-Wolf Watershed Cleanup is now open. The event is on Saturday, April 21, 2018, and the goal is to register 1,000 or more volunteers. Reclaim our waters, support the community, and join the fun. Register here.
UW-Green Bay is known for its applied research and hands-on opportunities. The Capstone in Environmental Science Class provides both. The class is creating scaled-down magmatic intrusions in the laboratory. “Magmas (basically molten rock) are generated at depth in the Earth, and can be transported through the crust via magma-filled cracks (dikes),” Currier explains. “Magmatic dikes […]