EPA fellowships seen as good match for UW-Green Bay students
Robert Wenger, professor emeritus of Natural and Applied Sciences, was in Washington, D.C., last week where he participated in the work of an Environmental Protection Agency proposal review panel. The panelists reviewed proposals submitted under the GRO Fellowship Program. Wenger reports that the GRO (Greater Research Opportunities) Program is tailor-made for qualified UW-Green Bay undergraduate students who are majoring in an environmentally related field. Information about the program can be found at www.epa.gov/ncer/rfa/2014/2014_gro_undergrad.html. Wenger encourages faculty members to identify eligible and qualified students and urge them to apply. The next call for proposals is likely to appear in the fall. Wenger would be happy to talk with anyone who wishes to learn about the program.