Current Schedule

Matt Dornbush introducing Mike Draney's seminar topic

NAS Seminars Fall 2022

This semester, some talks will be virtual and some will be in person with a virtual option. Links to virtual seminar sessions will be emailed to the NAS Seminar distribution list, and can be shared. Please Email to be put on the list or to request a link.
All are free and open to the public.

September 23

Markham Lynn
How Do Pesticides Affect Pollinators and Songbirds in Your Yard (online seminar)

Lynn Markham, MS,
Center for Land Use Education at UW-Stevens Point

October 7

Steffanie Munguía | Audubon
Big Seeds: The Land Restoration School (in-person seminar)

Nancy Aten, MS, MLA,
Dan Collins, PE,
Chris Young, Ph.D,

Land Restoration School

October 21

A Solid Foundation in the Sciences | High Point University
Pollination Biology: Climate Change and Bee Nutrition (online seminar)

Olivia Bernauer, Ph.D,
Department of Entomology at UW-Madison


November 4

Dr. Cathy Rushworth
Reaction Development for Sustainable Polymer Chemistry (in-person seminar)

Erin Stache, Ph.D,
Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Cornell University

November 18

Center for Biodiversity staff attended a dedication of the new Wequiock  Creek Natural Area – Inside UW-Green Bay News
National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) Designation and Research Use (online seminar)

Emily Tyner, MS,
Director of Freshwater Strategy at UW-Green Bay

December 9

Faculty & Staff - Chemistry - UW-Green Bay
Lake Sturgeon in the Menominee River (in-person seminar)

Patrick Forsythe, Ph.D,
Department of Natural and Applied Sciences at UW-Green Bay