UW-S students share research projects in Madison

Three students from UW-Sheboygan, along with their faculty advisor, presented findings from their undergraduate research at the 13th annual Posters in the Rotunda on Wednesday, April 13.

The students shared their research with legislators, state leaders and other supporters.

Students and research topics are as follows: Ryan Kisiolek, Sheboygan and Jason Karls, Sheboygan: “Evolution of a Trophic Polymorphism Between Blue and Gold Walleye (Sander vitreus) in Ontario, Canada, by Gut Content and Stable Isotope Analysis”, with faculty advisor Mark Schmitz.

Amanda Drews, Sheboygan: “Growth Performance of Four Varieties of Sweet Basil Grown in a Greenhouse with Both Aquaponics Effluent and Soil”, with faculty advisor Mark Schmitz.

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