Tag: environmental engineering

UW-Green Bay hosts new Innovation in Aging student idea competition, March 3

GREEN BAY – The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will host its first-ever Innovation in Aging student idea competition from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, March 3, 2017 in the Christie Theatre, University Union. Teams of three to five students will compete to create an innovative solution that combats challenges and improves quality of life for […]

Holzem gives introductory talk on Environmental Engineering Technology

UWGB Assistant Prof. Ryan M. Holzem (Natural and Applied Science) welcomes you to a talk at 5:15 p.m. Wed., Sept. 28 in MAC Hall 225, entitled “Introduction to Environmental Engineering Technology.” Since joining UWGB in 2015, Holzem has been involved with the startup of the new engineering technology program, teaching various engineering courses, conducting research into […]

Faculty note: Holzem speaks on Manure Management research

Prof. Ryan Holzem (Natural and Applied Science) attended the American Society of Civil and Environmental Engineers (ASCE) Environmental and Water Resource Institute (EWRI) World Environmental and Water Resource Congress, held in West Palm Beach, Florida, from May 22-26. Holzem gave a talk evaluating the research he completed with Prof. John Katers on advanced manure dewatering […]

Katers, Holzem contribute articles on waste management to dairy publication

Natural and Applied Sciences Profs. John Katers (of EMBI) and Ryan M. Holzem (of the new Environmental Engineering Technology program) recently wrapped up a three-article series for the Progressive Dairyman magazine. Karen Lee, the editor, asked Katers and Holzem to address considerations for using digesters on large dairy farms. The Progressive Dairyman print and online […]