Cuhel, Aguilar-Diaz and Students Featured in Article on Dredging

UWM School of Freshwater Sciences Drs. Cuhel and Aguilar-Diaz, as well as students DeTuncq and Larson, were interviewed by alumni Michael Timm in the Urban Milwaukee article on dredging in Milwaukee. Their research related to dredging is looking at many …

UWM Students Examine the Possibility of a Net Zero Water Sector

Is achieving net zero emissions in the water sector possible? That’s the question UW-Milwaukee students hoped to answer during the School of Freshwater Sciences spring “Freshwater Practicum” graduate-level course. The course simulates working in a water consulting firm and connects …

Bootsma Featured in Fondriest Collection of Best Publications

Dr. Harvey Bootsma, Professor at UWM’s School of Freshwater Sciences, shares his thoughts on the environmental stressors affecting an African Great Lake and also describes some of his research in the article “Lake Malawi: A Treasure to Protect” written by …

CIGLR’s Ripple Effect Article Highlights Bootsma Lab Research

Professor Harvey Bootsma, PhD, doctoral student Karen Baumann, and collaborators are exploring mussel removal methods. Ripple Effect: 2023 CIGLR Annual Magazine dives into their research on invasive mussels, mussel removal projects, and a documentary showcase.

Guo honored with UWM Office of Research Senior Research Award

Dr. Laodong Guo, professor in the School of Freshwater Sciences, was honored with a UWM Office of Research Senior Research Award at the Fall Awards ceremony on October 25, 2023 at the Zelazo Center. “Laodong Guo’s research spans the field …

Evans honored with UWM Distinguished Public Service Award

Dr. Clark Evans, professor and Atmospheric Science program chair in the School of Freshwater Sciences, was honored with the UWM Distinguished Public Service Award at the Fall Awards ceremony on October 25, 2023 at the Zelazo Center. “Clark Evans personifies …

What’s the Neeskay Up To?

The R/V Neeksay is the only year-round research vessel on the Great Lakes, and it’s been a busy season far with 60 expeditions so far. The first expedition took place January 18, with the Cuhel/Aguilar labs collecting samples for their …

UWM is a partner in a new CDC national center for wastewater surveillance

The Wisconsin Wastewater Surveillance Program has been named a National Center of Excellence for Wastewater Surveillance by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Wisconsin Wastewater Surveillance Program (WWSP) is a partnership between the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, …