Students in Advanced Microbiology class, GRAM stain soil samples on slides and exam soil to distinguish and classify bacterial species. Students and faculty are able to continue their work in the Biology Lab inside the Lab Sciences building on the Green Bay Campus by adhering to all safety and COVID-19 safety protocols. Click to advance slideshow or view the album on Flickr.
– Photos by Sue Pischke
The tunnel corridor between the Environmental Sciences and Lab Sciences buildings is closed for maintenance until further notice. If you need to access the Mailroom, please drive-up to the Shipping/Receiving dock on the west side of Lab Sciences building and use the exterior Mailroom door. Here’s a map to help navigate to the dock:
The Mailroom continues to be open for you from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Monday through Friday. If you have large mailings, please contact the Mailroom (x2215) in advance.
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WFRV covered the annual Heirloom Vegetable Plant Sale that was held on Saturday, May 11, 2019. Hosted by Natural and Applied Sciences, the funds from the sale go towards helping the students in the program. More than 9,000 heirloom plants, vegetables, herbs and flowers were on sale at the successful event.
Heirloom Vegetable Plant sale held on Saturday, May 11, 2019 was a major success. Hosted by Natural and Applied Sciences, this sale boasted unique and rare heirloom vegetables, herbs and flowers. The sale completely sold out of tomatoes, which was a first in the history of the sale. As of 3 p.m., only 144 plants were remaining. Numbers are still forthcoming, but it is estimated that the sale made over $10,000.
Hosted by the Cofrin Center for Biodiversity, the UW-Green Bay NAS Heirloom Plant Sale will take place on Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Laboratory Sciences greenhouse. This annual sale will fund student science research opportunities. Hundreds of rare and unique heirloom varieties including tomatoes, peppers, basil and other herbs, flowers, amaranth, eggplants, cucumbers, squash, greens and other veggies. All plants are $1.75 each. Attendees should park in the Laboratory Sciences Parking Lot. Numbers will be handed out at 7:30 a.m., with doors opening at 9 a.m. Check out the event on Facebook.
Have you ever wondered why the ventilation of the Lab Sciences building is loud? Some may say “space-ship” loud. Thanks to Lab Manager Joe Schoenebeck and an observant Twitter user, we now have the answer.
UW-Green Bay’s Natural and Applied Sciences (NAS) program is holding the annual UW-Green Bay Heirloom Vegetable Plant Sale on Saturday, May 12, 2018, at the Lab Sciences Greenhouse located on campus at 2350 Lab Sciences Drive (off Nicolet Drive, Green Bay). UW-Green Bay faculty and staff are able to get first pick from the sale on Friday, May 11 from 12 to 4:30 p.m. at the Lab Sciences Greenhouse. Associate Prof. Steve Meyer (Natural & Applied Sciences) will be selling his homemade salsas on Friday from noon to 4:30 p.m. and during the plant sale on Saturday. The salsas are made with tomatoes and peppers from plants in his garden that came from the sale. All proceeds from these salsas will go to the Katie Hemauer scholarship fund. Doors open at 9 a.m. Saturday, with numbers passed out starting at 7 a.m. for those who don’t want to stand in line. The sale ends at 3 p.m.
UW-Green Bay, in collaboration with NEW Water, helped more than 75 girl scouts earn their water badges in highly-interactive activities on Saturday, Nov. 6. The event was called “Wonders of Water” Badge Day. Most activities took place between 12:15 p.m. and 3 p.m. in UWGB’s Laboratory Sciences building and the Mauthe Center. UW-Green Bay Profs. Patricia Terry and Ryan Holzem led the effort for UWGB. The girl scouts rotated to unique stations that included the study of hydroponics, nitrogen testing, water treatment, aquaponics and more. See the photos from the fun day.
It must be spring — it MUST — if we’re talking about the annual Natural and Applied Sciences Heirloom Plant Sale. This year’s event — the 17th annual — will take place Saturday, May 18 (yup, that’s Commencement Day) in the Lab Sciences Greenhouse. We’ll have more details soon on this terrific tradition. In the meantime, mark those calendars and prepare those palates — a dizzying array of peppers, tomatoes and other veggies (along with plenty of unusual herbs and flowers) await!
Already broadcast to all employees but repeated here for the record and the benefit of our off-campus readers: Facilities Management reports that, affecting the Laboratory Science sidewalks and Instructional Services Court, they will be finishing the utility tunnel project by excavating the tunnel and waterproofing the exterior walls. This requires closing the entire sidewalk along the east side (Kress Center side) of Laboratory Science and Environmental Science buildings for the months of June and July. Emergency egress points will still remain open during this time. They will also need to close Instructional Services Court to all vehicular traffic from May 21-25, and pedestrian traffic on one sidewalk that leads to the west entrance of the Laboratory Sciences Building from May 15 to June 8.