Congratulations to Prof. Brian Merkel, campus support personnel and everyone who took part in the Tiny Earth event at the Lambeau Field Atrium, Friday, Dec. 7. Attendance alone (about 250 attendees) was impressive for the inaugural event. In addition, UW-Green Bay students took first and third place (out of 56) for their research posters. “Tiny […]
Two projects from UW-Green Bay faculty have been selected to go on to the next round of the Smart Cities-Smart Futures competition sponsored by Foxconn. The competition has the goal of generating new, unconventional ideas to develop smart, connected communities throughout the state. Assistant Prof. Maruf Hossain (Natural and Applied Sciences) project is an Integrated Wind […]
Prof. Kevin Fermanich (Natural and Applied Sciences) was recently featured in an article that discusses the dead zones found in the water of Green Bay. “The piece of the story that I still don’t think is fully addressed is just the amount of phosphorus, which is mostly related to manure in our area,” Prof. Fermanich […]
Prof. Micheal Draney (Natural and Applied Sciences) was featured in a City Pages article on whether or not putting a spider outside during the winter is humane. According to Prof. Draney, putting a spider outside in the cold is essentially “a death sentence.” Read more.
Associate Prof. Ryan Currier (Natural and Applied Sciences) and Assistant Prof. Mark Norfleet (Natural and Applied Sciences) and recently graduated Masters student Zachary Ashauer have published a new article in the journal Precambrian Research. The interdisciplinary research blends geology with mathematics, and provides new insights into a type of granites that have been extensively studied […]
Prof. John Luczaj (Natural and Applied Sciences), along with coauthors from the University of Arizona Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research and the University of Nevada-Reno Department of Geography, have published a peer-reviewed editorial comment in the journal Geosciences. Read it, here.
Assistant Prof. Mandeep Singh Bakshi (Chemistry, Natural and Applied Sciences) has published an article in ACS Omega. This work highlights the synthesis, characterization and applications of bioflavonoid protected nanoparticles in bio-nanotechnology.
Monday Nov. 12, 2018, Prof. John Luczaj (Geoscience) gave a one-hour presentation titled “Geologic Origin of Arsenic and Other Metals in Eastern Wisconsin Aquifers” at the local Fox River Valley Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers in Green Bay.
Amy Carrozzino-Lyon is a UW-Green Bay research specialist with Natural and Applied Sciences. In one of here many projects to support restore the bay of Green Bay. In the video she explains working with many community partners for this project and the reason that bringing back wild rice to the bay is so important to […]
Nominations are now being accepted for the following named professorships: Philip J. and Elizabeth Hendrickson Professorship for Business Barbara Hauxhurst Cofrin Professorship of Natural Sciences Patricia Wood Baer Professorship in Education The deadline for nominations is Friday, Dec. 14, 2018. Please send nomination materials via email to the Secretary of Faculty and Staff at SOFAS@uwgb.edu.