2016 Posters in the Rotunda

UW-Green Bay at Posters in the Rotunda 2016

Congratulations to the nine UWGB students nominated to discuss their research to State legislators and UW System and institutional leaders at the 13th annual “Posters in the Rotunda,” in Madison on Wednesday, April 13. The annual research symposium brings students and faculty from UW System campuses to Madison to share their research findings on a variety of important topics with legislators, state leaders, UW alumni, and the public inside the historic Capitol Rotunda. This year, the UW System and institutional leaders welcomed 140 students and nearly 90 faculty mentors to the event. The event puts special emphasis on the importance of undergraduate research and educational support at state and national levels. Pictured with the students from UWGB are Chancellor Gary Miller, Provost Greg Davis, Associate Chancellor Ron Pfeifer and Assistant Vice Chancellor Mathew Dornbush. The following are UW-Green Bay students participating in the event, their hometowns, and the titles of the research projects.

  • Cody Becker, Sheboygan (Prof. Robert Howe) — “Aerial Surveying and Vegetation Mapping Using Drone Technology at the Point au Sable Nature Reserve”
  • Kortney Krajewski, Little Suamico (Assistant Prof. Sawa Senzaki) — “Cultural Competency: Before and After Studying Abroad”
  • Noel Craig, Green Bay (Prof. Kevin Fermanich) — “Determination of Water Extractable Phosphorus for a Northeast Wisconsin Soil Quality Index”
  • Jeremiah Shrovnal, Green Bay (Associate Prof. Patrick Forsythe) — “Growth Rate Analysis of Coastal Wetland and Near Shore Great Lakes Fish Using Otolith Dating”
  • Matthew Nichols, Wausau (Assistant Prof. Ryan Holzem) — “Manure Lagoon Additive Performance Evaluation”
  • Kyle Marshall, New Franken; Kayla Hodorff, Malone (Associate Prof. Gaurav Bansal) — “Moral Beliefs and Organizational Information Security Policy Compliance: The Role of Gender”
  • Zachary Ashauer, Hortonville (Assistant Prof. Ryan Currier) — “The Lashly Mountains of Southern Victorialand, Antarctica: Investigating a Possible Ancient Volcano”
  • Kelli Hutchinson, Trevor (Associate Prof. Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges) — “Timing and the Influence of Visualization on Sports Performance”

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– Photos by Avery Garcia, Office of Graduate Studies and Office of Grants and Research