We are back! Science Night has become a staple of programs featured on Parkside's campus. Created by physics professor Dr. Mohazzabi, the series features exciting presentations and lectures about various math and science topics and issues. The series is designed to be enjoyed by students of all ages ranging from middle school age to 100+ year olds. This is a free event open to community members and of course UW-Parkside students. Follow us on Facebook for information about the next Science Night and other special events.
Science Nights occur from 7-8 pm every second Wednesday of the month during fall and spring semesters.
Free parking after 6:30 PM
Lessons from India on Natural Food, Renewable Energy, and Water Resources
Dr. Skalbeck’s current research includes evaluation of meteor impact effects on the Earth, modeling of gravity and magnetic data for hydrogeologic applications, characterization of wetlands, water quality of beaches and rivers, and characterization and prediction of Harmful Algae Blooms. He spent Fall 2022 on sabbatical leave for a water quality study of restored lakes in southern India with support from Environmentalist Foundation of India, JS Global School, and JS Global Academy. Join us to learn more about his time and research in India.
PRESENTED BY JOHN D. SKALBECK
John D. Skalbeck earned his B.A. in geology from Gustavus Adolphus College, M.S. in geology/geophysics from Western Washington University, and Ph.D. in hydrogeology from University of Nevada-Reno.