On this edition of Curious Campus, UWM scientist Rebecca Klaper talks about the research being done by the School of Freshwater Sciences and the potential danger of nanomaterials.
UWM will receive $777,277 from the Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin this year to enhance its water-related academic programs designed to help students interested in water-related fields at the 13 UW System universities.
UWM researchers Charles Paradis is trying to answer a question: Tons of salt are spread on roads in the winter, so why do rivers and lakes get salty months later?
For recent UWM grad Katie Schulz, working in water science means she has the ability to make a positive impact on the world.
Four UWM research projects have been awarded funding of just over $1 million from Wisconsin Sea Grant and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
A paper published recently by UWM Professor John Berges includes the work of several undergraduate researchers, who are listed as co-authors. Many went on to their own careers in science.
A team of students from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee recently won first place in a national competition to come up with inexpensive and practical solutions to improving drinking water in remote areas.
With governments seemingly unable to make progress on combating climate change, Melissa Scanlan argues that private businesses can lead the way.
Tyler Kunze never anticipated a career as a water scientist. Yet in May, he became the first student to earn a bachelor’s degree in water science from UW-Green Bay and is now a graduate student in UWM’s School of Freshwater Sciences.
UWM alumna Carrie Bristoll-Groll noticed a lack of proper stormwater management in the Milwaukee area, so she built a successful business to fill this void. She now helps municipalities, businesses and homeowners manage the water that flows so abundantly across the region.