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Natural & Applied Sciences

NAS Seminar Schedule

Seminars 3:00-4:00 pm in ES 301 and followed by a reception 4:00-4:30 pm in ES 317.

Spring Semester 2015

February 6 Naresh Rimal: School of Medical & Applied Sciences, Central Queensland University, Australia

Opportunistic Blending of Grounded Theory and System Thinking in Food Security Inquiry

February 20 Kim Scribner: Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan State University Long-lived iteroparous species, ecological, demographic and genetic complexity: acquisition, management and analytical challenges associated with big data.
March 6 Troy Runge: Biological Systems Engineering, UW-Madison

Dairy Manure in Wisconsin: Environmental Bane or Energy Boon?

April 3 Jeremy Intemann: Natural & Applied Sciences, UW-Green Bay The Structural Evolution of a Semiconducting Polymer for Organic LEDs and Solar Cells
April 17 Baisakhi Bandyopadhyay The Evolution of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in India
May 1 Patrick Forsythe: Natural & Applied Sciences, UW-Green Bay Reproductive Ecology and Habitat Use of Primitive and Sport Fishes of Green Bay