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NAS Seminar: “Reproductive Ecology and Habitat Use of Primitive and Sport Fishes of Green Bay”

Please join us Friday, May 1st for the next NAS Seminar Series with Assistant Professor of Biology, Patrick Forsythe, of Natural and Applied Sciences here at UW Green Bay, as he presents “Reproductive Ecology and Habitat Use of Primitive and Sport Fishes of Green Bay”.

Seminar at 3:00 pm in ES 301

Social gathering at 4:00 pm in ES 317

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NAS Seminar: “The Evolution of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in India: An Overview”

Please join us Friday, April 17th for the next NAS Seminar Series with Dr. Baisakhi Bandyopadhyay, Senior Fellow in the Ministry of Culture of Government of India, as she presents “The Evolution of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in India: An Overview”.

Seminar at 3:00 pm in ES 301

Social gathering at 4:00 pm in ES 317

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NAS Seminar: “Structural Evolution of a Semi-conducting Polymer for Organic LEDs and Solar Cells”

Please join us Friday, April 3rd for the next NAS Seminar Series with Jeremy Intemann, Assistant Professor of Natural & Applied Sciences at UW Green Bay, as he presents “Structural Evolution of a Semi-conducting Polymer for Organic LEDs and Solar Cells”.

Seminar at 3:00 pm in ES 301

Social gathering at 4:00 pm in ES 317

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NAS Seminar: “Dairy Manure in Wisconsin”

Please join us Friday, March 6th for the next NAS Seminar Series with Troy Runge, Assistant Professor of Biological Systems Engineering at UW Madison, as he presents “Dairy Manure in Wisconsin: Environmental Bane or Energy Boon?”.

Seminar at 3:00 pm in ES 301

Social gathering at 4:00 pm in ES 317

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NAS Seminar: “Long-lived iteroparous species, ecological, demographic and genetic complexity”

Please join us Friday, February 20th for the next NAS Seminar Series with Kim Scribner, from the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Michigan State University, as he presents “Long-lived iteroparous species, ecological, demographic and genetic complexity: Acquisition, management and analytical challenges associated with big data”.

Seminar at 3:00 pm in ES 301

Social gathering at 4:00 pm in ES 317

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NAS Seminar: “Sh!t flows downhill: Investigating transborder untreated household wastewater in the Tijuana-San Diego mega region”

Please join us Friday, November 21st for the next NAS Seminar Series with Rachel Russell, Assistant Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs here at UW Green Bay, as she presents “Sh!t flows downhill: Investigating transborder untreated household wastewater in the Tijuana-San Diego mega region”.

Seminar at 3:00 pm in ES 301

Social gathering at 4:00 pm in ES 317

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NAS Seminar: “Seeing the Past in the Present: The Environmental History of Driftless Trout Streams”

Please join us Friday, November 7th for the next NAS Seminar Series with Nelson Hamm, Professor of Geology & Environmental Science at St. Norbert College, as he presents “Seeing the Past in the Present: The Environmental History of Driftless Trout Streams”.

Seminar at 3:00 pm in ES 301

Social gathering at 4:00 pm in ES 317

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NAS Seminar: “The Role of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Restoring Native Great Lakes Fish”

Please join us Friday, October 10th for the next NAS Seminar Series with Mark E. Holey, Project Leader, Green Bay Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office, as he presents “The Role of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Restoring Native Great Lakes Fish”.

Seminar at 3:00 pm in ES 301

Social gathering at 4:00 pm in ES 317

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NAS Seminar: “Electronic Origins of Acid-Base Character”

Please join us Friday, September 26th for the next NAS Seminar Series with Franklin Chen, Associate Professor of Chemistry, here at UW Green Bay, as he presents “Electronic Origins of Acid-Base Character: Natural Acidity Analysis of Aqueous Bronsted-Lowry Oxyacids”.

Seminar at 3:00 pm in ES 301

Social gathering at 4:00 pm in ES 317Chen-26sep2014

NAS Seminar: “No Place Like Home Anymore!”

Please join us Friday, September 12th for the next NAS Seminar Series with Dr. Stephen Mullin, Professor of Biological Sciences at Eastern Illinois University, as he presents “No Place Like Home Anymore!: Colubrid snakes coping in modified habitats in the Midwest”.

Seminar at 3:00 pm in ES 301

Social gathering at 4:00 pm in ES 317

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