The Lake Michigan Stakeholders named Julia Noordyk, Sea Grant’s water quality and coastal communities specialist, a Lake Michigan Champion of Conservation at a recent awards ceremony.
The one and only Linda Campbell has retired–in July–from the Aquatic Sciences Center after 40 years at ASC and 49 total years working for the people of Wisconsin at the state and university level. Although we will never be able to quantify her immense contributions, we had to try.
The largest class of Knauss finalists in recent years includes Wisconsin’s Mary Solokas, a recent UW-Madison graduate in freshwater and marine sciences.
Funding from the National Sea Grant Office and NOAA’s Disaster Preparedness Program will allow Wisconsin Sea Grant to strengthen communities’ resilience to flooding by looking at who lives in the most flood-prone areas of a city.
The Legend of the Lost Emerald earned a gold medal at the 2022 International Serious Play Awards Program. The immersive adventure game was one of nine educational games developed for K-12 learners that was cited for excellence.
For the summer of 2022, eight buoys have been deployed in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore to aid paddler and boater safety.
A new program for community leaders in northern Wisconsin who are looking for ways to address climate change is available through Wisconsin Sea Grant and the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve.
Water@UW-Madison Summer Research Opportunity Program offers students 10 weeks of water science and mentoring.
To commemorate our 50th anniversary, we’re catching up with former staff members, such as coastal engineer Gene Clark.
A brand-new podcast series will explore water and equity.