Fall 2007

Program/People News

Great Lakes Researchers Invited to Join One-Stop Information Network

Great Lakes research scientists are invited to join a new online network (www.glrrin.info) that connects them with potential collaborators, upcoming workshops and funding sources. The Great Lakes Regional Research Information Network (GLRRIN) was initiated by NOAA and the National Sea Grant College Program. To join the GLRRIN, visit the Web site at www.glrrin.info.

Staff News

Chris Babiarz, an assistant scientist at the UW-Madison Water Science & Engineering Laboratory, will be working part time at the ASC assisting with WRI activities during the coming year while Assistant Director for Research & Outreach Jim Hurley is at NOAA Sea Grant in Silver Spring, Md.

Laura Braun, who started at the ASC as a limited-term employee in May 2006 and became a university services associate last November, left in May to live in Mexico. Patrick Sweeney, a former Wisconsin Corrections officer, was hired in April to replace her.

Liz Albertson, a gradate student employee who coordinated the Web site for the international mercury conference last year, graduated last May and took a position in Atlanta, Georgia.

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University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute & University of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute.

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