UW-Green Bay

Paul Sager

Paul Sager

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 in the Green Bay watershed. In 2008 Paul and his wife Dorothea, former chairperson of Human Biology, funded a scholarship award for a student in the natural sciences that demonstrates excellence in a student research project or research paper that has been entered in the annual academic excellence symposium.

Education

B.S. (1959) Michigan; M.S. (1963), Ph.D. (1967) UW-Madison