The Log will be listing a number of grants that were awarded in the last year: Congratulations to Prof. Robert Howe (Natural and Applied Sciences), Director of Cofrin Center for Biodiversity, on being awarded $44,798 from the Environmental Protection Agency for the project titled “Great Lakes Coastal Wetland Monitoring” last September. This on-going project, in […]
UW-Green Bay faculty and staff have an opportunity to shop at the heirloom veggie pre-sale from noon to 5 p.m. on Friday, May 10, 2019. If possible, bring containers to carry your plants. More than 150 varieties of transplant-sized heirloom peppers, tomatoes, amaranths, eggplants, cucumbers, flowers, greens and herbs will be for sale. All money […]
Assistant Prof. Mandeep Singh Bakshi (Chemistry, Natural and Applied Sciences) published recent article “Biodiesel as a non-aqueous medium for the synthesis of nanomaterials: relevance to metallic particulate suspensions in biofuels and their removalin” in Biofuels. This work highlights the synthesis and characterization of nano materials in Biodiesel medium for removing metallic particulates from aqueous contaminations to achieve […]
On Wednesday, April 17, 2019, the annual Research in the Rotunda was held in the Capitol Rotunda in Madison. Undergraduate researchers from across the state, together with their faculty advisors, shared their research findings on a variety of important topics with state leaders and legislators. Take a look at this impressive list of UW-Green Bay […]
Assistant Prof. Mandeep Bakshi (Natural and Applied Sciences) received funding for his project “Regenerative Biodiesel Microemulsions for Cleaning Automobile Engines” from the WiSys Spark Grant Program. This is a technical project on the applications of biodiesel in the auto industry. Bakshi’s research group will work toward achieving the patenting with successful completion of the project.
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Patrick Forsythe (Natural and Applied Sciences), along with UW-Green Bay students Maddi Quamme and Dominic Marr were quoted in a recent Fox 11 article on the Northern Pike spawning. “The adult population seems to be pretty strong, but the last couple of years, with the poor weather conditions, lots of snow, conditions drying up […]
The WiSys Quick Pitch will be taking place in UW-Green Bay’s Mary Ann Cofrin Hall (MAC) Room 224 from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Attendees will be able to listen to seven three-minute innovative and entrepreneurial pitches from students and learn how their research will impact the community and may one day benefit the local […]
UW-Green Bay Engineering Club students toured KI in Green Bay on Friday, March 8, 2019. KI is one of the top 10 furniture manufacturing companies in the world (and much of the furniture used on the campus is from KI). The tour provided a great opportunity for the students to see first-hand how a big […]
UW-Green Bay’s new Water Science degree is continuing to gain momentum in the media. WHBY has reports that the program “hopes to solve water issues in Northeast Wisconsin and around the world through a new program.” WBAY also emphasized how the new program will help meet the growing need for water science experts in the area.
UW-Green Bay’s new Water Science degree, the first of its kind in the UW System, has received coverage from WREX and the Bellingham Herald. The new undergraduate program is expected to welcome its first cohort of students as early as Fall 2019.