University of Wisconsin - Green Bay


Research Council

Research
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Alison Gates

Alison Gates

Fall 2014

"Presentation - Feminist Transgressors: Embodied Art as Feminist Activism (National Women's Studies Association Conference 2014)"

Grant in Aid of Research


Spring 2013

"UWGB Dye Garden Establishment Project"

Grant for Integrating Research and Teaching

Final Report: "The funds for this Grant Integrating Teaching and Research were spent on plants, seeds and books for the development of a garden in which the students could grow plants from which traditional dyes are made. The plants chosen for the dye garden were weld, woad and madder which yield dye in the three primary colors of yellow, blue and red respectively. Our initial harvest of woad yielded rather weak results and presented an area for further research. The weld and the madder have been untested as they are two-year plants and will be ready to be used as dye later this summer. The dye garden can be visited in Student Services Rooftop Plaza, planter nearest Theatre Hall. We have a Facebook page as well with more information for the public, and to allow for communication between faculty and students when school is not in session."


Spring 2013

"Continuance of Ongoing Scholarship"

Grant in Aid of Research


Fall 2010

"Effects of Global Warming on Material Culture"

Grant in Aid of Research


Fall 2008

"Documentation equipment update"

Grant in Aid of Research


Fall 2005

"Solo Exhibition at Minnesota State University"

Grant in Aid of Research