Geoscience Prof. John Luczaj (Natural and Applied Sciences) is a co-author on an article published recently in the journal Resources. The article evaluates the changes to groundwater quality in Northeastern Wisconsin that resulted from the 2007 Karst Task Force report and subsequent regulatory changes in certain counties. Lead author Kevin Erb is a graduate of […]
The Wisconsin Section of the American Water Resources Association has honored UW-Green Bay student and Geoscience major Christa Kananen. She was given the best undergraduate student poster award last week for her research project on groundwater levels in the deep sandstone aquifer of Marinette County. Her poster (with co-author Prof. John Luczaj of Geoscience) was […]
The best-of-the-best students in Natural and Applied Sciences programs were honored at an annual scholarship reception held Jan. 30. Twenty-five students were awarded a total of $31,150 in scholarships that nearly doubled last year’s total of $15,200. The scholarships recognized student achievement in academics, research, and overall excellence. The new scholarships introduced this year include […]
The winner of this year’s Sager Scholarship is Christa Kananen, a senior majoring in Geoscience with a minor in Environmental Science. Her paper “Drawdown of the Potentiometric Surface of the Cambrian-Ordovician Aquifer in Marinette County” was based on her undergraduate research project under the guidance of NAS Associate Prof. John Luczaj. The Sager Scholarship for […]
John Luczaj, associate professor of Natural and Applied Sciences and chair of UW-Green Bay’s Geoscience program, has granted numerous interviews to local reporters as they try to make sense of the Leo Frigo Bridge closure for their readers, viewers and listeners. Luczaj is an authority on the bedrock and soils of Brown County, having completed […]
Retired Geoscience Prof. Steve Dutch sends us a photo taken Wednesday night (March 13) from the campus bayshore near Lambeau Cottage. The Comet PANSTARRS is faintly visible in a view looking back toward the mouth of the Fox River. For the photo and more on the comet, click here.
Retired Geosciences Prof Steve Dutch sends us this photo taken Wednesday night (March 13) from the campus bayshore near Lambeau Cottage. See the Comet PANSTARRS? In this image the comet is faintly visible about one-third of the way down the image, almost directly above the bright light at bottom. (This view is looking back toward […]
Geoscience Prof. John Luczaj is the man responsible for the first comprehensive map of Brown County’s bedrock, part of a statewide project commissioned by the State of Wisconsin and the U.S. Geologic Survey. The resultant map should be of value to citizens concerned about bacterial contamination in shallow wells; to those who mine crushed stone; […]
Already sent campuswide but repeated here for the record: Geoscience Prof. Steve Dutch, who recently celebrated 35 years with the University, is retiring. Punch and cake will be served from noon to 3 p.m. in Environmental Sciences Suite 317 to celebrate his retirement. All are welcome.
Geoscience Prof. Steve Dutch will deliver the final NAS Seminar Series presentation for the semester Friday, May 4, offering thoughts on technology, change and progress through his lecture “How the West Dominated Technology or What I Learned From My General Ed Course.” The event kicks off with a 3 p.m. social in ES 317, which […]