Biology professor Memuna Khan quoted in article about bluebirds
Memuna Khan, associate professor of biology and chair of the Department of Biology, was featured in an article, “Eastern bluebirds find a home at UW-Oshkosh,” published July 26, 2018, in UW-Oshkosh Today.
Khan, who studies Eastern bluebirds with her students at Ripon College, visited a nest box on the Oshkosh university campus recently and banded four young nestlings to add to a long-term database of the individual lifespan and reproductive success of known-aged birds.
Nicholas Eastman, Ethan Hansen ’23 collaborate for article in academic journal, conference presentation
Nicholas Eastman, assistant professor of educational studies, and Ethan Hansen ’23 of Raymond, Wisconsin, collaborated for an article in the forthcoming issue of the academic […]
Memuna Khan, professor of biology, and several students published a paper in the August 2021 issue of the journal Northeastern Naturalist. “Do We Impact Neighboring […]
Professor of Art Rafael Francisco Salas was among five authors profiled on Wisconsin Public Radio Nov. 12. Salas is a contributor to the book Hope […]
“Dispatch from the Domestic Interior,” a poem by Associate Professor of English Megan Gannon, was included in the art exhibition “Claiming Space: A New Century […]