Tag: Masters Environmental Science

UW-Green Bay alumna earns Kellogg Foundation teaching fellowship

Kathryn McDonald of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., a 1989 graduate of UW-Green Bay’s master’s degree program in Environmental Science and Policy, was one of several dozen teacher candidates honored last week with selection to the Woodrow Wilson Michigan Teaching Fellows program funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. The program supports outstanding, second-career professionals who declare their […]

Facts and figures: Commencement, May 2011

NUMBER OF GRADUATES •  About 850 eligible to participate in Commencement exercises on Saturday •  About 675 have signed up to actually participate, to “march” in cap and gown •  Breaking down those numbers… as of May 2, the 848 “eligible” breaks down as follows: 715 students had registered to complete their degree requirements by […]

‘Outstanding’ grad to receive graduate assistantship

There’s more to Jeff Cook, the summa cum laude triple major (Environmental Policy and Planning, Political Science, and Public Administration) than being the winner of the Alumni Association’s Outstanding Student Award for May 2011. In our news release yesterday, we could also have mentioned that Cook will receive one of the two Barbara Hauxhurst Cofrin […]

‘Slug Guy’ wins Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award

Philip G. Hahn, a 2010 graduate of the UW-Green Bay master’s program in Environmental Science and Policy, was honored April 30 at the annual alumni awards program. He won the Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award. Hahn was focusing his ecology research on an invasive woodland plant, garlic mustard, until something else caught his eye. From there, […]

Go Green: Manure happens, but alumnus keeps things clean

Kevin Erb, a 2000 Environmental Science and Policy graduate of UW-Green Bay, now the Conservation Professional Development and Training Coordinator for UW Extension, was the team chair of a group chosen to receive the UW-Extension/UW Colleges 2010 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence.

UW-Green Bay grad student helps with “Clean Marina”

Tony Rieth, a student in the Environmental Science and Policy graduate program at UW-Green Bay, has helped two Door County marinas earn “Clean Marina” status. Thanks to a grant awarded to the Solid and Hazardous Waste Education Center from the Environmental Protection Agency, Rieth worked on finding ways to make the marinas more environmentally friendly. […]

Alumnus awarded Pew Fellowship

We’ve told you previously about Daniel Conley, who earned his master’s degree in Environmental Science and Policy at UW-Green Bay in 1983. He has been awarded a 2010 Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation. Conley, who is a professor at Lund University in Sweden, will be looking for solutions to the decline in nutrients in the […]

UW-Green Bay graduate wins Pew Fellowship

Daniel Conley, a professor in Biogeochemistry at the Department of Earth and Ecosystem Sciences at Lund University in Sweden, who earned his Master of Science degree in Environmental Science and Policy in 1983 at UW-Green Bay, has been awarded a 2010 Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation. He will receive $150,000 to conduct a three-year study […]

Daniel Conley, UW-Green Bay alumnus wins Pew Fellowship

Daniel Conley, a professor at Lund University in Sweden, who credits UW-Green Bay for helping to shape his views about the role science can play in addressing major environmental problems, has been awarded a 2010 Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation to examine solutions for reducing nutrients in the Baltic Sea.