School of Freshwater Sciences Dr. Russell Cuhel said the circles appear to be some early form of pancake ice from underwater movement and surface wind. See the full story on WISN.
Tim Grundl, the Associate Dean and Professor for UW-Milwaukee’s Freshwater Sciences Program, says Lake Michigan is at a record high for January water levels. “The water levels in the Great Lakes and Lake Michigan are essentially entirely controlled by a… Read More
UWM’s School of Freshwater Sciences’ Dean, Val Klump, discusses the water pollution in the Green Bay area. Read the article by clicking here.
Sally Wilmeth and Terry Geurkink have committed $1.5 million for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences’ new research vessel, the Maggi Sue. This gift is given in memory of the couple’s two children, Jenni and Kyle Geurkink. Read… Read More
School of Freshwater Sciences Master’s student Max Spehlmann was awarded funding through the second annual Future Water Leaders Fund supporting student-led water-related projects and research efforts in Wisconsin. Max’s proposed research project, Linking Water Age to Bacterial Growth in a… Read More
This case study describes how Waukesha changed its plan to return its wastewater from a river that flows through a largely White, middle class community, to one that flows through a largely minority, lower income community, after protest from the… Read More
The donation toward this new research vessel is a major step toward construction of a ship that will expand UWM’s research capabilities on the Great Lakes and provide students more opportunities for onboard study. Read more about this generous gift… Read More
Gov. Tony Evers toured the UW-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences to highlight the Freshwater Collaborative, which will bring academia and industry together statewide and coordinate academic research to help with problems that intersect with business, such as agricultural water runoff… Read More
Rebecca Klaper plays a key role in exploring ways to keep nanoparticles in products from harming our freshwater ecosystems. She hopes to help write a new narrative – one about working proactively to identify the dangers of a new technology,… Read More
UWM students presented their research projects during a visit with Governor Tony Evers at the Water Technology Accelerator (WaTA). WaTA is a collaboration between the UWM School of Freshwater Sciences, UWM College of Engineering and Applied Science, UW-Whitewater, and… Read More