Current Schedule

Matt Dornbush introducing Mike Draney's seminar topic

NAS Seminars Fall 2019

NAS Seminar Series events are held on Friday afternoons on the third floor of the Environmental Sciences building on the UW-Green Bay campus. All are free and open to the public.

Seminar reception at 2:40 p.m. in ES 317.
Seminar follows at 3:10 p.m. in ES 301.

NAS Seminars Fall 2019

Date Speaker Title/topic
09/13 Dr. Ken Webb,
Research Scientist & Lecturer, UWGB
“Local and Sustainable: the Farmory and UWGB”
09/27 Prof. Anindo Choudhury,
St. Norbert’s College [Host: TBD]
“There is a worm in my fish: Up close and
personal with the human broad tapeworm”
 
10/11
Prof. Eric Carson, Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey, UW-Madison [Host: Luczaj] “The River That Flows Uphill: Geologic evolution of the lower Wisconsin River valley, stream piracy, and reorganization of North American mid-continent rivers”
10/25
[GSO guest]
Nathan Haan Ph.D., Research Associate, Michigan State University “Monarch Butterflies: Their Interactions with Milkweed Host Plants and Predators”
11/08 Dr. Dragos G. Zaharescu, Lecturer, UWGB, central campus “From Rock to Life”
11/22 Asst. Prof. Renee Richer, UWGB, Marinette Campus “From Arabia to Appleton: Cyanotoxins and the risk to human health”
 
12/13
[GSO guest]
 
Aaron Marti, Wisc. Dept. of Nat. Resources
“Digging deeper: highlights of WDNR research investigating connections among anthropogenic disturbance, wetland soils, and wetland condition”