Current Schedule

Matt Dornbush introducing Mike Draney's seminar topic

NAS Seminars Fall 2021

Due to COVID-19, talks will be virtual. Links to virtual seminar sessions will be emailed to the NAS Seminar distribution list, and can be shared.
Email wefferlk@uwgb.edu to be put on the list or to request a link.
All are free and open to the public.

Sept. 10

William Dirienzo
Snakes & Bubbles: Star Formation in The Milky Way

Dr. Bill Dirienzo, Ph.D.
Associate Professor in Physics, UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus
Dirienzo: Snakes & Bubbles: Star Formation in The Milky Way


Sept. 24

J. Val Klump
The Biogeochemical Dynamics of Hypoxia in Green Bay

Dr. J. Val Klump, JD, Ph.D,
Associate Dean, School of Freshwater Sciences, UW-Milwaukee
Klump: The Biogeochemical Dynamics of Hypoxia in Green Bay


Oct. 8

Annie Schmitz
Growing with The Farmory

Annie Schmitz, M.Sc.,
Hatchery Technician at The Farmory
Schmitz: Growing with The Farmory

 

Nov. 5

Corey King
Understanding ABC's of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Dr. Corey King, Ed.D,
Vice Chancellor for University Inclusivity & Student Affairs, UW-Green Bay
King: Understanding ABC’s of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Nov. 19

Madhusudan Katti
Five Shifts Towards Decolonized and Anti-Racist Practices for a More Inclusive Science

Dr. Madhusudan Katti, Ph.D,
Associate Professor, Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, North Carolina State University
Katti: Five Shifts Towards Decolonized and Anti-Racist Practices for a More Inclusive Science


Dec. 10

Swanne Gordon
Evolution of Diverse Coloration and Behavior: Lessons From a 'Non-Model' Model System in Nature

Dr. Swanne Gordon,
Ph.D, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Washington University in St Louis
Gordon: Evolution of diverse coloration and behavior: lessons from a ‘non-model’ model system in nature