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Northeastern Wisconsin

  • Experts on Northeastern Wisconsin

  • Lissa Balison, Counselor. Mental Health Counseling
    (920) 465-2380. balisonl@uwgb.edu.
  • Kevin Fermanich, Professor of Geoscience, Environmental Science and Natural & Applied Sciences. Chemicals in the Soil and Water; Soil Quality; Water Quality, especially surface and ground waters; Climate Change—Impacts on Water Quality
    (920) 465-2240. fermanik@uwgb.edu.
  • Ellen Rosewall, Professor of Arts Management. Arts Management; Effects of the Arts on the Economy; Business; Education; Tourism; Civic Engagement; Workforce Development
    (920) 465-2673. rosewale@uwgb.edu.
  • Records and Documents for Northeastern Wisconsin:

  • Debra Anderson, Assistant Director, Archives and Area Research Center. Knowledge and expertise on subject areas identified based on archival collections, documents, images and other resources on variety of subject matter
    (920) 465-2539. andersod@uwgb.edu.
  • Cultural Geography of Northeastern Wisconsin:

  • John Luczaj, Professor of Geoscience and Natural & Applied Sciences. Geologic History of Wisconsin 
    (920) 465-5139. luczajj@uwgb.edu.
  • Vicki Medland, Associate Director of Cofrin Center for Biodiversity and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Environmental Science & Policy. Biodiversity; Ethics of Collecting; Natural History; Heirloom Vegetables; Gardening; Food and Community; Art and Natural History; Scientific Illustration
    (920) 465-2342. medlandv@uwgb.edu.
  • Plants and Animals of Northeastern Wisconsin:

  • Thomas Erdman, Curator, Richter Natural History Museum. Birds, especially hawks. Holdings of the Richter Museum, which includes the 10th largest bird egg collection in North America, nearly all of Wisconsin's mammals, and much more. Fauna of Northeastern Wisconsin. Natural history of the region.
    (920) 465-2713. erdmant@uwgb.edu.
  • James (Jay) Horn, Curator of Gary A. Fewless Herbarium. Plants, especially natives and introduced species in Wisconsin.
    (920) 465-2243. hornj@uwgb.edu
  • Robert Howe, Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences (Biology), and Director of Cofrin Center for Biodiversity. Barbara Hauxhurst Cofrin Professor of Natural Sciences. Animal population dynamics, particularly forest birds. Resources management. Birds of Wisconsin. Bird migration. Biodiversity. Plants, animals, ecosystems of Northeast Wisconsin.
    (920) 465-2272. hower@uwgb.edu.
  • Ethnic Minorities:

  • Ray Hutchison, Professor of Urban and Regional Studies (Sociology). Ethnic minority groups, particularly Hmong and Mexican populations. Immigration and immigration policy. Street gangs and youth gang subcultures. Urban Studies and globalization.
    (920) 465-2337. hutchr@uwgb.edu.