Cofrin Student Research Grants


Overview
Since 1989, the Cofrin Center for Biodiversity has awarded funding through the Cofrin Student Research Grant program to nearly 200 students to assist with independent projects in the fields of ecology, biology, geology, water chemistry, environmental policy, exercise fitness, photography, and art. The main requirement for acquiring funding is that the project must take place at one or more of the six UW-Green Bay Natural Areas and contribute to our understanding of these special places. Cofrin Student Research Grants are made possible thanks to a generous endowment from the family of Dr. David Cofrin and the late John Cofrin. Learn more about the program and how to apply by clicking here.

Data Requests
Student, faculty, and others may view our list of past projects and request final reports or presentations from the Data Manager at biodiversity@uwgb.edu. In the future we plan to make these reports and presentations available for download on the web, though some are available through the UW-Green Bay Cofrin Library's Phoenix Research Collection.