Tag: NAS seminars

Friday’s NAS Seminar: Illinois researcher (and UWGB grad) talks rivers


The Natural and Applied Sciences seminar series resumes this Friday (Nov. 6) with the presentation “Often too much but sometimes too little: Phosphorus and dissolved oxygen in Illinois streams and rivers.” Featured speaker Mike Machesky will begin his talk at 3:30 p.m. in Room 301 of the Environmental Sciences Building. Machesky is a 1976 UW-Green […]

Friday’s NAS Seminar: New fungal disease has snakes on the run


The Natural and Applied Sciences seminar series continues this Friday (Oct. 23) with the program “Another Emerging Fungal Disease: Snake Fungal Disease Threatens Conservation Efforts.” Guest lecturer Matthew Allender is a zoo and wildlife veterinarian who runs a wildlife epidemiology lab at the University of Illinois. Ophidiomyces (Snake Fungal Disease) has been observed recently in […]

Friday’s NAS Seminar features Visiting Scholar Olabe


The Natural and Applied Sciences Seminar Series is hosting Antxon Olabe Egana from the International Visiting Scholars Program this Friday (Sept. 25). A reception will be held at 3 p.m. in Environmental Sciences Room 317, followed by the seminar “Homo Sapiens and Biosphere: Building Up Hope, Redressing the Climate-Environment Crisis” in ES 301 at 3:30 […]

Olabe, from Spain, is International Visiting Scholar


From September 13 through the 30th, UW-Green Bay is partnering with St. Norbert College and the greater Green Bay community to host the residency of Antxon Olabe, an environmental policy consultant from northern Spain. Olabe is an environmental economist and journalist specializing in sustainability and climate change. His visit is made possible through the generous […]

Friday’s NAS seminar: Changes in Wisconsin’s forests


The first Natural and Applied Sciences Seminar of the fall arrives in Environmental Sciences Room 301 at 3:30 p.m. Friday (Sept. 11) with a presentation by UW-Madison Prof. Don Waller. He’ll discuss the increasing appreciation that Wisconsin’s temperate forests, long thought to be adaptable to change and at low risk to various environmental stressors, are […]

Another semester, another series of NAS Seminars, starting Friday

The Natural and Applied Sciences Seminar Committee has unveiled the Fall 2015 Seminar Series. The every-other-Friday programs will be held in Environmental Sciences Room 301 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., with an informal social with the speaker in the half hour preceding each program. The lineup: • Sept. 11 — Don Waller: Department of Botany, […]

This week’s NAS Seminar: Fisheries biologist Patrick Forsythe

The next installment of the Natural and Applied Sciences Seminar Series features a timely topic — it’s the opening of Wisconsin’s inland sportfishing season this weekend — as UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Patrick Forsythe of NAS speaks on the topic, “Reproductive Ecology and Habitat Use of Primitive and Sport Fishes of Green Bay.” His slide-illustrated […]

Next NAS seminar highlights ‘Ecological Knowledge in India”


Dr. Baisakhi Bandyopadhyay, a researcher and senior fellow of the government of India, is the next speaker in the UW-Green Bay Natural and Applied Sciences Seminar series at 3 p.m. this Friday (April 17) in Room 301 of the Environmental Sciences Building. Her topic is “The Evolution of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in India: An Overview.” […]

Visiting scholar from India will be in town through April 27

Dr. Baisakhi Bandyopadhyay, a senior fellow in the Ministry of Culture of the government of India, is visiting the UW-Green Bay campus during the three-week period from April 6 to April 27. Hosted by the International Visiting Scholars Program, she is scheduled to visit a number of classes here and at St. Norbert College and […]