Posters in the Rotunda

Seven University of Wisconsin-Green Bay students joined their peers from across the UW System at the State Capitol March 7, showcasing their undergraduate research during the annual Posters in the Rotunda event.

From invasive species to flax cultivation and recycling efforts at Green Bay Packers home games, the students — all UW-Green Bay seniors — shared their findings with state legislators, UW System officials and like-minded students from other System schools.

UW-Green Bay Provost Julia Wallace was on hand for the event, viewing research, handing out certificates of recognition and having lunch with the students. The group also met with UW System President Kevin Reilly, discussing their posters and future plans.

The following UW-Green Bay students displayed posters at the event:
Jake Eggert, New Franken, Interdisciplinary Studies/Environmental Economics: “Environmental Management and Business Institute — Aurora BayCare Project.” Faculty adviser: Prof. John Stoll.
Michelle Bartoletti, Suamico, Public Administration and Environmental Policy: “Packers ‘Green Team’ Movement. ” Faculty adviser: Prof. John Stoll.
David Lawrence, Brussels, Environmental Science and Field Biology: “Fish Assemblages of the Wequiock Creek Estuary in Lower Green Bay.” Faculty adviser: Prof. Bob Howe.
Marcy Jivery, Lake Tomahawk, Social Work: “Gender-Specific Treatment: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Substance Use.” Faculty adviser: Associate Prof. Jolanda Sallmann.
Craig Van Pay, Green Bay, Psychology: “The Influence of Language on Memory: Differences in Recollection of Regular English Plural Nouns with Varying Phonological Properties.” Faculty adviser: Assistant Prof. Jennifer Zapf.
Alicia Engstrom, De Pere, Humanistic Studies with an Ancient Medieval Emphasis: “Ancient Fiber Crop Cultivation on a 21st Century College Campus.” Faculty adviser: Assistant Prof. Heidi Sherman.
Morgan Gantz, Green Bay, Environmental Studies: “Shawano County Highway Right-of-way Invasive Species Assessment.” Faculty adviser: Prof. John Stoll.

More information on the Posters in the Rotunda event, including a list of all participating students and their research projects, is available online.
Also, see a video of the UW-Green Bay students and their research at the Posters in the Rotunda.

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Photos by Kelly McBride, Marketing and University Communication

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