Emeriti

Alice Goldsby

Alice Goldsby

Dr. Alice Ingham Goldsby, Associate Professor Emerita of Natural and Applied Sciences (Microbiology), died on June 19, 2007, after a brief illness. She is survived by cousins, Evelyn Henderson and Lea Rawlinson of Georgia and Major George W. Cherry of Virginia.

Alice was born in Charlestown, West Virginia, on December 4, 1919. Her childhood and youth were spent following her... Read more »

Allison Loomer

Allison Loomer

Professor Emeritus

Al was born April 18, 1913, in Stellarton, Nova Scotia, Canada, to Brett Baxter Loomer, DDS, and Mabel Potter Loomer. He earned bachelor's and master's degrees from Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, and did further graduate work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Following World War II, he became a U.S. citizen.

Al was a teacher for 50 years, beginning at... Read more »

Charles Rhyner

Charles Rhyner

Professor Emeritus
ES 307F

ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES: Director of Graduate Studies (1978-1982),Chairman of Physics (1972-73, l985-1991), Chairman of Natural and Applied Sciences (1999-2001)

PROFESSIONAL AWARDS AND RECOGNITION: UWGB Founders Association Award for Institutional Development, September 1983.

Education

B.S. (1962), M.S. (1964), Ph.D. (1967) UW-Madison

David Dolan

David Dolan

Professor Emeritus

Dr. Dolan's primary focus was on the Great Lakes and his skills as a statistician contributed greatly to an understanding of the quality of their waters. He was the recipient of many awards during his tenure at UW-Green Bay and was an active member of the University Union. He thoroughly enjoyed teaching and it showed in the help he freely gave to many students, both graduate and... Read more »

Donna Randall

Donna Randall

Professor Emerita

Education

B.S. St. Teresa; M.S. UW-Madison

Gary Fewless

Gary Fewless

Specialist
Natural & Applied Sciences
MAC 147

As Herbarium curator and a lecturer in botany and ecology, he has mentored hundreds of students in his Field Botany, Plant Taxonomy and Wetland Ecology courses and he has built the herbarium collection into what is described as Northeastern Wisconsin's most important botanical research center. Now housing more than 35,000 specimens (the majority collected by Fewless), UW-Green Bay's... Read more »

Hallet Harris

Hallet Harris

H. J. 'Bud' Harris is Professor Emeritus of Natural and Applied Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. He joined UWGB when it was a fledgling institution in 1969 and retired in 1999. He taught undergraduate courses in ecology and graduate courses in wetland ecology and ecosystem management. He and his students initiated research on coastal wetlands of Green Bay, Lake Michigan.... Read more »

Harold Day

Harold Day

Jack Day joined the UWGB faculty in 1970 as the Chair of Environmental Controls (a department name no longer in use). Before joining UWGB, Jack had served in the US Navy, completed a pHD in Civil Engineering from UW-Madison, worked in the paper industry for several years and served on the faculty of the Carnegie Institute. He brought with him a lifelong interest in water and how it impacts all... Read more »

Jack Norman

Jack Norman

Professor Emeritus
ES 307B

Professor Norman came to the University of Wisconsin Extension –Green Bay campus on Deckner Avenue in the fall of 1968. The first year was challenging –teaching classes, hiring faculty, ordering and assembling equipment for the new campus, and designing and gaining approval for courses to be offered as part of a new, innovative four-year curriculum. Perhaps the most challenging task... Read more »

James Wiersma

James Wiersma

Professor Emeritus
ES-317

During his 30 years at UW-Green Bay, Jim Wiersma taught a variety of courses in chemistry and environmental science, as well as graduate programs and senior seminars. He supervised many graduate students whose thesis focused on surface and ground water concerns. During retirement he served for five years on the Green Bay Water Commission, two years as its president. He current serves as the... Read more »

John Reed

John Reed

John’s final academic years (1970–1983) were spent at the University of Wisconsin, Green Bay,where he was Professor of Ecosystem Analysis and of Environmental Studies. It was during these years that he contributed so much to the Ecological Society and to biology ingeneral on the national scene.

From 1954 to 1963, John was amember of the National AdvisoryDental Research... Read more »

Joseph Moran

Joseph Moran

Joe Moran was completing a doctorate at UW-Madison when recruited to join the faculty at UW-Green Bay in 1969. His interdisciplinary interests in geology and climate change were a good match with the early UWGB curriculum. Joe had the opportunity to develop several courses including one on glacial geology and was part of several interdisciplinary teaching efforts including the development of the... Read more »

Keith White

Keith White

Professor Emeritus

A UWGB Cofrin Arboretum prairie pioneer, White joined the then-new UWGB in 1968 as a founding member of the biology and ecology faculty. He made the first prairie plantings on the bayshore campus in 1973, in an area of former farm fields along South Circle Drive. Five years after he retired in 1989, the University named and dedicated the Keith White Prairie in his honor.

White was... Read more »

Leander Schwartz

Leander Schwartz

Professor Emeritus

Leander (Lee) Schwartz was Acting Dean of the UW Fox Valley Center when it became a satellite campus of the new UW-Green Bay in 1968. He continued on as a UW-Green Bay faculty member when the satellite campuses separated from UWGB and became part of the UW-College System in 1972.

Education

B.S. (1957) UW-Platteville; M.S. (1959), Ph.D. (1963) UW-Madison

Michael Morgan

Michael Morgan

Professor Emeritus

Michael Morgan specialized in plant ecology and bioclimatology. He earned his BA from Butler University, MS and Ph.D form University of Illinois. He received the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Founders's Association Award for Excellence in Teaching and Sabbatical during the 1991-92 academic year with the Conservation Research Group, School of Forestry, University of Canterbury,... Read more »

Nikitas Petrakopoulos

Nikitas Petrakopoulos

Professor Emeritus

Education

B.A. (1964), Columbia; M.S. (1966); Ph.D. (1971), New York

Paul Sager

Paul Sager

Professor Emeritus

Paul retired in 1999 following more than 30 years as a faculty member in Natural and Applied Sciences and biology. He was director of the Cofrin Memorial Arboretum for a decade, a leader in helping UW-Green Bay achieve international distinction with its interdisciplinary academic approach and environmental science offerings, and a champion for preserving natural areas and protecting water quality... Read more »

Robert Lanz

Robert Lanz

Professor Emeritus

Education

B.A. (1963), M.S. (1965), Ph.D. (1969) UW-Madison

Ronald Starkey

Ronald Starkey

Professor Emeritus

Ron Starkey joined the UWGB faculty in 1969 and retired in 2005. Ron’s primary focus in his 36 year career was teaching organic chemistry.Ron developed and team taught several interdisciplinary courses including one on air pollution and another on ecology. For several summers, Ron taught a course titled Wilderness Ways, Survival of and Survival in Wilderness. This very popular course... Read more »

Ronald Stieglitz

Ronald Stieglitz

Professor Emeritus

Education

B.S. (1963) UW-Milwaukee; M.S. (1967), Ph.D. (1970) Illinois

Steven Dutch

Steven Dutch

Professor Emeritus

Thomas McIntosh

Thomas McIntosh

Professor Emeritus

Prof. McIntosh joined UW-Green Bay in 1968, the institution's first year, as an associate professor and assistant to the dean in what was then the College of Environmental Sciences (CES). He came from the University of Arizona where he had been an associate professor of agricultural chemistry and soils. Prof. McIntosh earned degrees through the Ph.D. in agronomy and various aspects of soil... Read more »

Thomas Van Koevering

Thomas Van Koevering

Thomas retired in 2002 after a 33-year career that included not only distinguished service in the classroom but also a great deal of science-education outreach in the community. He earned the 1988 Founders Association Award for Excellence in Community Outreach. He coordinated the Northeastern Wisconsin (NEW) Science Forum for middle and high school teachers, which brought teachers to campus to... Read more »

Tian-You Hu

Tian-You Hu

Professor
Natural & Applied Sciences
ES 323J

Ganga Nair

Ganga Nair

In 1968 Professor Nair was one of the founding faculty members at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, where he taught Plant-Forest Pathology, Mycology, and Conservation of Natural Resources on a global level. Professor Nair published scores of research papers and book chapters on chemotherapeutic control of tree diseases, Mycoplasma of tree diseases, and national and international journals.... Read more »