Douglas Steeber & Heather Owen
Your Immune System: Up-Close and Personal
Fridays: April 6, 13, 20, 27 at 8 p.m. Sunday: April 15 at 2 p.m.
Tim Ehlinger has teamed up with Ryan Holifield, assistant professor of geography, and Manu P. Sobti, associate professor of architecture, to study how consensus on managing water can best be achieved across various kinds of borders – with the hope of informing a model for governing such global resources. Their project is the first awarded, two-year “Transdisciplinary Challenge” grant from the Center for 21st Century Studies (C21). Read more in the UWM News...
Frogs, Fungi, Ferns, Food and Fermentation what more could a Biologist want! The Field Station Picnic was a great success, best weather ever! Thanks for all who participated and helped with the gathering. Looks like we have a great group of young field biologists in the group.
Dr. Schnitzer knows as much about liana-tree interactions as anyone, and what he knows is troubling. In a recent paper in Ecology Letters that looked at all the research on the topic, he confirmed what was first documented nearly a decade ago: that throughout tropical forests in Central and South America, vines are slowly taking over. Read more...in the New York Times
Strickler receives international award
Please join the Department in congratulating Heather A Owen and Linda A Whittingham for 15 years of service, Mark J Mcbride for 20 years of service, Reinhold J Hutz and Charles F Wimpee for 25 years of service, Peter J Wejksnora for 30 years of service and Stephen A Jankiewicz Sr for 45 years of service.