You wouldn’t think that a professor whose work mainly focuses on dry, arid landscapes would have much relevance to life near the Great Lakes. But, UW-Green Bay Prof. Renee Richer’s research may help change the way the world looks at Alzheimer’s and ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease, by changing the way we look at… algae. […]
The course Biology 298 Special Topics In Biology, Biology of the Florida Keys, will be running a trip to the Florida Keys from Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019 through Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. This course can be taken by students for credit as well as by community members and non-credit participants. Biology of the Florida Keys is snorkel-based course that […]
There will be an International Women’s Day: Women’s Wisdom Forum held on the UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus on Thursday, Mar. 7, 2019. The exhibit hall will open at 5:30 p.m., with the speaker panel discussion to begin at 6:30 p.m. Hear from some of the most influential and inspiring women in Marinette and Menominee Counties […]
Are we swimming in the right direction? UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Patrick Forsythe (Biology) was a featured speaker in the Maritime Speaker Series, recently. Learn more about his presentation and see some upcoming events.
Thanks to the generosity of emeriti faculty Paul and Thea Sager, UW-Green Bay science undergraduates have an opportunity to compete for a $1,100 scholarship recognizing outstanding scientific research from a classroom or extracurricular academic project. Eligible students must 1) be enrolled as an undergraduate at UW-Green Bay (including branch campuses) seeking a degree in the […]
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 […]
The partnership between UW-Green Bay and The Farmory is working to breed yellow perch. The hope is that the project will be able to reduce the cost of fish fry dinners while also increasing the quality. As well, the project allows young people to become involved in locally-sourced food options. Read the full story in Outdoor […]
Governor Mike Dunleavy has appointed UW-Green Bay alumnus Doug Vincent-Lang (Biology) as acting commissioner of Alaska’s Department of Fish and Game. Vincent-Lang is a veteran of the department with more than three decades of experience in wildlife research and management. Alaska Business has the story.
UW-Green Bay researcher, Ken Webb, is teaming up with a local nonprofit to develop a hatchery for yellow perch, a notoriously difficult fish to raise in an outdoor setting. We find out what’s needed to make it happen and how it could reduce the cost of a Friday fish fry. He talks about the project […]
Good for the water and its inhabitants, UW-Green Bay is in partnership with another organizations to restore wild rice to the bay of Green Bay. WFRV has the story.