Electrical engineering students of the ET 342 (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition – SCADA) class led by Assistant Professors M. Upal Mahfuz and Jagadeep Thota (Natural and Applied Sciences) toured the Georgia-Pacific facilities located in Green Bay last week as a part of their course. At Georgia-Pacific, the students had a rare opportunity to see and […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. Mike Draney spent some time recently helping Fox 11 viewers identify wildlife including a Katydid.
In the next NAS Seminar, Friday, Oct. 13, Mark A. Borchardt, Ph.D, USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Laboratory for Infectious Disease and the Environment, tackles the topic, “Dairy Manure and Human Wastewater Contamination in the Dolomite Aquifer in Northeastern Wisconsin.” The presentation begins at 3:30 p.m. in ES 301 and is preceded by refreshments in ES […]
Prof. Michael Draney (Natural & Applied Science) was invited to speak at the UW-Madison Entomology Department’s Colloquium on Friday, Sept. 29. His talk was entitled “An arachnologist learns to RAP: Developing a Rapid Assessment Protocol for rainforest spiders.”
The always popular and well-attended Fall NAS Seminars begin this Friday, Sept. 15 2017 with Prof. Steve Deckelman of UW-Stout discussing the role of analogy with the physical world in mathematics. His presentation, “Mathematics and Physical Reasoning,” begins at 3:30 p.m. in Environmental Sciences (ES) Room 301. Refreshments will be served starting at 3 p.m. […]
Assistant Professor Mandeep Singh Bakshi (Natural and Applied Sciences) has a research article, Bipyridinium and Imidazolium Ionic Liquids for Nanomaterials Synthesis: pH Effect, Phase Transfer Behavior, and Protein Extraction, published in the “ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng.” (ACS journal). Rajni Aggarwal, Poonam Khullar, Divya Mandial, Aabroo Mahal, Gurinder Kaur Ahluwalia, and Mandeep Singh Bakshi. “This manuscript is related to the synthesis, characterization and applications […]
UW-Green Bay’s spiderman, biologist Michael Draney, has always been known for his expertise by colleagues across the nation and the world. But recent sightings of the elusive black widow spider in Wisconsin, talk of Zika Virus-carrying mosquitoes and an uptick of tick sightings, is throwing the entomologist in the public spotlight, as well. In this […]
Wisconsin Public Radio is helping tell the success story about UW-Green Bay’s Peregrine falcons. Once thought to be on the brink of extinction, they are now finding success in manmade “cliffs” and urban settings. Reporter Patty Murray takes some time to discuss with curator of UW-Green Bay’s Richter Museum, Tom Erdman. Listen to the interview.
Congratulations to UW-Green Bay Professors Amy Wolf and Bob Howe, who had their work published in Science, (June 30, 2017) the premiere scientific journal in the world (along with the British counterpart Nature). The work involves a collaboration that includes their research at the Wabikon Forest Dynamics Plot in northern Wisconsin. Read Plant diversity increases […]
Turbine Technologies, a Wisconsin-based company, has built a mobile engineering and technology laboratory. This climate controlled laboratory houses equipment which is used in educational institutions all over the world. The UW-Green Bay Engineering Technology program has invited the company to display and demo this mobile laboratory to UW-Green Bay students and faculty. The public is […]