News Archive

News Archive
arrow graphicAeronautics and Space Camp has successful first flight
arrow graphicNew Aeronautics and Space Camp for high school girls
arrow graphicGEARS to be featured in Board of Regents presentation
arrow graphicMore than 400 students taking part in service-learning
arrow graphicLeading journal to publish chemistry professors' work on bio-fuels
arrow graphicScientists, students work to restore bayfront vegetation
arrow graphicBotany students apply lessons to stopping invaders
arrow graphicU.S. Rep. Tammy Baldwin meets with Dr. Mary Balcer
arrow graphicDr. Sarah LaChance Adams receives Mount Holyoke Alumnae Association Fellowship
arrow graphicStudents present research on pollution, economics at statewide conference
arrow graphicResearch sampling trip yields plastics from Lake Erie
arrow graphicFaculty and student researchers' biofuels article accepted for publication
arrow graphicDr. Peter Cook pursues research on a cheaper solar cell
arrow graphicDOT secretary praises Great Lakes research with UW-Superior ties
arrow graphicLSRI scientists on track for $971,000 grant to monitor Lake Superior near-shore waters
arrow graphicGreat Lakes Maritime Research Institute awarded $750,000 EPA grant
arrow graphicA hand up to college
arrow graphicFederal grant to help fund Student Support Services
arrow graphicGrant helps students become environmental stewards for Wisconsin Point
arrow graphicMcNair Scholars program receives funding for another 5 years
arrow graphicGrant will fund program to prepare more Native American teachers
arrow graphicGrant to help UW-Superior graduate more minority students in science
arrow graphicResearch hitting stride at Lake Superior estuary reserve
arrow graphicLSRI researchers monitor regional waters for Great Lakes Restoration Initiative
arrow graphicScientists, leaders tour ballast water lab
arrow graphicResearch targets plastic pollution in Great Lakes
arrow graphicUWS Helps Students Get Ahead with Their Education Online
arrow graphicEstuary reserve moves office to Barkers Island
arrow graphicLake Superior estuary reserve hires research, education coordinators
arrow graphicLake Superior NERR to offer more opportunities in 2012
arrow graphicResearch reserve offers student opportunities
arrow graphicUW-Superior celebrates undergraduate research, scholarship and creative activity
arrow graphicGreat Lakes Maritime Research Institute to lead study of fuel for Great Lakes steamships
arrow graphicMentoring program for middle school students receives grant for 2012
arrow graphicNine students to represent UW-Superior at Posters in the Rotunda
arrow graphicKenneth Chog Named Wisconsin CFIRE Student of the Year
arrow graphicEPA allows S.S. Badger to apply for special permit to keep running after 2012
arrow graphicLSRI scientists to examine treated ballast water's effect on harbor water
arrow graphicLake Superior Research Facility Arrives in the Twin Ports
arrow graphicKenneth Chong named Wisconsin CFIRE Student of the Year
arrow graphicLake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve on Barkers Island
arrow graphicLake Superior NERR to offer more opportunities in 2012
arrow graphicLiving lab takes shape on Superior waterfront
arrow graphicRoot for S.S. Badger conversion
arrow graphicGreat Lakes Maritime Research Institute to lead study of fuel for Great Lakes steamships
arrow graphicUW-Superior scientists make WiSys news
arrow graphicUW-Superior professors attend COPLAC undergraduate research workshop
arrow graphicBiofuels briefing with Senator Kohl
arrow graphicLSRI to receive EPA lake monitoring grant of nearly $1 million
arrow graphicUW Portals of Discovery (NSF) Grants of $4,500 to increase STEM graduates
arrow graphicReassignment Time Grants of $3,500
arrow graphicResearch papers presented by Dr. William Simpson and Nicole Hiebing
arrow graphicLSRI scientists on track for nearly $1 Million grant from EPA to monitor Lake Superior
arrow graphic5 University of Wisconsin-Superior students to present at PIR
arrow graphicUW-System: Posters in the Rotunda
arrow graphicUW-Superior presents revised Academic Plan
arrow graphicMath graduate chosen by National Museum of the American Indian to help preserve an ancient art
arrow graphicBiology grad leads research to unlock fertility mysteries.