MICHAEL JOSEPH LEMKE
Director, Therkildsen field station at emiquon
Associate Professor, Biology
Health and Science Building 227
Mail Stop HSB 223
Beginning in a rural, northeastern WI childhood, Lemke’s interest in natural resources, especially water, has continued throughout his life. Lemke’s professional training pertinent to this project began as a coordinator of field classes as a teacher’s assistant in 1977, and continued through two field seasons with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (MT, ID) and two years of field experience in wilderness camps across interior Alaska with the National Park Service. Lemke has maintained a field-oriented research program on the Illinois River since coming to UIS, directed undergraduate and graduate studies, and was academic co-director of month-long teacher leadership workshops for the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Foundation.
Louise Hartman Schewe and Karl Schewe Professor of Computer Science
associate Director, Therkildsen Field Station at Emiquon
University Hall 3110
Mail Stop UHB 3100
Recently coordinated a three-year, four-university grant from the National Science Foundation that was worth more than $400,000. In the last 15 years, has been the PI or co-PI on grants totaling more than one million dollars. Was program chair of an international conference in 1995. Was chair of the UIS Planning and Budget Committee for two years. Helped organize and teach a residential summer program for gifted students in computer science for the College of William & Mary.
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