SFS scientists Carmen Aguilar and Russell Cuhel coordinated the Water SYS-STEM (See Yourself Succeeding in STEM) program, connecting students with SFS scientists and The Water Council members. Read more about the program and students involved here.
Research on the impacts of Metformin and Prozac conducted by University of Wisconsin Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences professor Rebecca Klaper got a mention in this Israeli article on pharmaceuticals in our water, published by Ynet. It’s in Hebrew, so… Read More
Want more insight into the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences? Dean Val Klump and Associate Dean of Academics Tim Grundl were interviewed by Tom Luljak on UWM Today. Listen here.
Freshwater Sciences professor Sandra McLellan is leading the charge in the battle to improve water quality in urban areas. Her project, “Detection of Sewage Contamination in Urban Areas of the #GreatLakes,” is just one of five projects to win funding… Read More
We’re pleased to announce that the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences has appointed Seth M. Siegel as the Daniel M. Soref Senior Water Policy Fellow. Siegel is the author of The New York Times best seller “Let… Read More
Fall is a favorite time of year for many people in #Milwaukee, but have you ever wondered what the autumnal season looks like BENEATH the surface of the lake? Dr. John Janssen’s lab went out last week for a fall… Read More
If you weren’t able to attend Tuesday’s IJC – International Joint Commission meeting here at the School of Freshwater Sciences, or even if you were there, click here to head over to the meeting’s Storify page to check out highlights… Read More
BRP announced Tuesday that its Evinrude brand, in partnership with the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences, has awarded the first two BRP/Evinrude Water Research Excellence Fellowships. The $5,000 fellowships were given to Freshwater Sciences graduate students Brennan… Read More
In anticipation of the “An International Joint Commission Meeting – Great Lakes Successes and Challenges: What is a Healthy Lake Michigan to You?” meeting at the School of Freshwater Sciences on October 18, the IJC – International Joint Commission has… Read More
Click here to check out the article from Motherboard and learn how Freshwater Sciences professor Sandra McLellan and her team are using DNA sequencing to revolutionize the science of beach health and public safety.