Sea Grant won two communications awards in an international competition sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, an association that shares strategies and tactics to engage alumni, donors, prospective students, parents, government officials, community leaders and those in the private sector to support education. The podcast series Introduced, produced by Bonnie Willison Read more about Sea Grant wins communications awards[…]
At noon on June 23, an online event will help fish and seafood lovers learn how to prepare appealing meals on the grill.
Jackson Parr will work with approximately 30 communities to help them assess their resilience to flooding hazards and take steps to safeguard their residents.
Three undergraduates and two recent graduates with bachelor’s degrees were selected through a competitive process that drew interest from students across the nation for a Wisconsin Sea Grant summer internship. They are joined by an additional two recent graduates, one with a B.A. and the other with a certificate in geographic information services (GIS), to Read more about Meet the summer 2021 interns[…]
Prarthana Shankar is the latest EPA Fellow. She’s working to understand the risks that per- and polyfluorinated alkyl substances pose to freshwater fish and ecosystems.
At an age when most people are comfortably ensconced in their careers, Mayasich enrolled in the University of Minnesota Duluth to earn her Ph.D. Her work paid off and now she is one of the latest fellows in a partnership between the Environmental Protection Agency’s Great Lakes Toxicology and Ecology Division in Duluth, the University of Wisconsin-Madison and its Aquatic Sciences Center.
McComb, who began May 3, brings experience in conservation, planning and working with a range of stakeholders.
Sea Grant’s Anne Moser and Adam Bechle are beginning a project in Racine, Wisconsin, designed to connect middle-school students to their watershed by exploring coastal engineering concepts.
Climate researchers predict that by the year 2050, there will be relatively little ice on the Great Lakes that will impede the navigation of ships. Richard Stewart at the University of Wisconsin-Superior is looking into what this means for Great Lakes marine transport.
To address contaminants of emerging concern that pose threats to Great Lakes ecosystems and public health in Wisconsin, Sea Grant created an emerging contaminants scientist position. After a nationwide search, Gavin Dehnert was hired.