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A University of Dubuque education is designed to be a bridge to your future. It is an education grounded in a strong liberal arts core and developed through rigorous professional preparation. As a Christian university, we understand college to be about more than a piece of paper or a high paying job. The UD experience is about building a life of meaning: discovering and developing your God-given gifts, and discerning opportunities to make a difference in the world.
- Mark Ward, Ph. D, Vice President for Academic Affairs

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Spartan Cyclists
Spartan Cyclists
Ali, Mohamed, Michael S. Marinko, Maneka Bryant, & Olivia N. Iwasaki. "Spartan Cyclists." Poster presentation for BAC 324: Leadership & Motivation, Spr '16, Prof. Liza Johnson.
Spartan Cyclists
Spartan Cyclists
Ali, Mohamed, Michael S. Marinko, Maneka Bryant, & Olivia N. Iwasaki. "Spartan Cyclists." Poster presentation for BAC 324: Leadership & Motivation, Spr '16, Prof. Liza Johnson.
Spartans Stand for Kent State
Spartans Stand for Kent State
Dolson, Nick, Taylor Rodriguez, Jaclyn Mickelson, & Melissa Sawyer. “Spartans Stand for Kent State.” Exhibit for UDHS 122: World Civ II, Spr ’15, Dr. Hallstoos.
Spartans Stand for Kent State
Spartans Stand for Kent State
Dolson, Nick, Taylor Rodriguez, Jaclyn Mickelson, & Melissa Sawyer. “Spartans Stand for Kent State.” Exhibit for UDHS 122: World Civ II, Spr ’15, Dr. Hallstoos.
Spartans Stand for Kent State
Spartans Stand for Kent State
Dolson, Nick, Taylor Rodriguez, Jaclyn Mickelson, & Melissa Sawyer. “Spartans Stand for Kent State.” Exhibit for UDHS 122: World Civ II, Spr ’15, Dr. Hallstoos.
Spartans Stand for Kent State
Spartans Stand for Kent State
Dolson, Nick, Taylor Rodriguez, Jaclyn Mickelson, & Melissa Sawyer. “Spartans Stand for Kent State.” Exhibit for UDHS 122: World Civ II, Spr ’15, Dr. Hallstoos.
Spartans at War: Soldiers of WWII.
Spartans at War: Soldiers of WWII.
Bambule, Jake, Berey-Wingate, Josh, Burdt, Blair, & Hunt, Tyler. “Spartans at War: Soldiers of WWII.” Exhibit for UDHS 122: World Civ II, Spr ‘14, Dr. Hallstoos.
Spartans at War: Soldiers of WWII.
Spartans at War: Soldiers of WWII.
Bambule, Jake, Berey-Wingate, Josh, Burdt, Blair, & Hunt, Tyler. “Spartans at War: Soldiers of WWII.” Exhibit for UDHS 122: World Civ II, Spr ‘14, Dr. Hallstoos.
Spartans at War: Soldiers of WWII.
Spartans at War: Soldiers of WWII.
Bambule, Jake, Berey-Wingate, Josh, Burdt, Blair, & Hunt, Tyler. “Spartans at War: Soldiers of WWII.” Exhibit for UDHS 122: World Civ II, Spr ‘14, Dr. Hallstoos.
Spartans at War: Soldiers of WWII.
Spartans at War: Soldiers of WWII.
Bambule, Jake, Berey-Wingate, Josh, Burdt, Blair, & Hunt, Tyler. “Spartans at War: Soldiers of WWII.” Exhibit for UDHS 122: World Civ II, Spr ‘14, Dr. Hallstoos.
Spatial Disorientation in Aviation
Spatial Disorientation in Aviation
Werling, Bryan, & Chris Hruienski. “Spatial Disorientation in Aviation.” Poster Presentation for AVI 349: Aviation Safety Management, Spr ’16, Prof. Prelis.
Spatial Disorientation in Aviation
Spatial Disorientation in Aviation
Werling, Bryan, & Chris Hruienski. “Spatial Disorientation in Aviation.” Poster Presentation for AVI 349: Aviation Safety Management, Spr ’16, Prof. Prelis.
Spatial Distributions and Gender Variations of Turtle Species in an Upper Mississippi River Backwater Area of Pool 12
Spatial Distributions and Gender Variations of Turtle Species in an Upper Mississippi River Backwater Area of Pool 12
Kress, Tiffanee A., Travis J. Schrobilgen, & D.E. Koch. “Spatial Distributions and Gender Variations of Turtle Species in an Upper Mississippi River Backwater Area of Pool 12.” Poster presentation at the 47th Mississippi River Research Consortium Meeting, La Crosse, WI, April 22-24, 2015.
Spatial Distributions and Gender Variations of Turtle Species in an Upper Mississippi River Backwater Area of Pool 12
Spatial Distributions and Gender Variations of Turtle Species in an Upper Mississippi River Backwater Area of Pool 12
Kress, Tiffanee A., Travis J. Schrobilgen, & D.E. Koch. “Spatial Distributions and Gender Variations of Turtle Species in an Upper Mississippi River Backwater Area of Pool 12.” Poster presentation at the 47th Mississippi River Research Consortium Meeting, La Crosse, WI, April 22-24, 2015.
Spatial Distributions of Roost Tree Selection by Southern Flying Squirrels (Glaucomys volans) in Eastern Iowa
Spatial Distributions of Roost Tree Selection by Southern Flying Squirrels (Glaucomys volans) in Eastern Iowa
Wagner, Melissa D., Elizabeth G. Bainbridge, G.L. Zuercher, & D.E. Koch. "Spatial Distributions of Roost Tree Selection by Southern Flying Squirrels (Glaucomys volans) in Eastern Iowa." Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Chicago, April 21-25, 2015.
Spatial Distributions of Roost Tree Selection by Southern Flying Squirrels (Glaucomys volans) in Eastern Iowa
Spatial Distributions of Roost Tree Selection by Southern Flying Squirrels (Glaucomys volans) in Eastern Iowa
Wagner, Melissa D., Elizabeth G. Bainbridge, G.L. Zuercher, & D.E. Koch. “Spatial Distributions of Roost Tree Selection by Southern Flying Squirrels (Glaucomys volans) in Eastern Iowa.” Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Chicago, April 21-25, 2015.
Spatial Distributions of Turtle Species in an Upper Mississippi River Backwater Area of Pool 12
Spatial Distributions of Turtle Species in an Upper Mississippi River Backwater Area of Pool 12
Schrobilgen, Travis J., D.E. Koch, & G.L. Zuercher. “Spatial Distributions of Turtle Species in an Upper Mississippi River Backwater Area of Pool 12.” Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Chicago, April 21-25, 2015.
Spatial and Temporal Trends in Contaminants in the Mixed Agriculture and Urban Use Catfish Creek Watershed, Iowa, USA
Spatial and Temporal Trends in Contaminants in the Mixed Agriculture and Urban Use Catfish Creek Watershed, Iowa, USA
Gibson, Wade M., & Adam R. Hoffman. “Spatial and Temporal Trends in Contaminants in the Mixed Agriculture and Urban Use Catfish Creek Watershed, Iowa, USA.” Presentation at 48th Mississippi River Research Consortium Meeting, La Crosse, WI, April 27-29, 2016
Spatial and Temporal Trends in Contaminants in the Mixed Agriculture and Urban Use Catfish Creek Watershed, Iowa, USA
Spatial and Temporal Trends in Contaminants in the Mixed Agriculture and Urban Use Catfish Creek Watershed, Iowa, USA
Gibson, Wade M., & Adam R. Hoffman. “Spatial and Temporal Trends in Contaminants in the Mixed Agriculture and Urban Use Catfish Creek Watershed, Iowa, USA.” Presentation at the 128th Annual Meeting of the Iowa Academy of Science, Des Moines, April 22-23, 2016.
Spatial and Temporal Variation of Bat Assemblages in Eastern Iowa.
Spatial and Temporal Variation of Bat Assemblages in Eastern Iowa.
Johnson, Megan M., Bainbridge, Elizabeth G., Redmond, Kyle D., O’Rourke, Jake.M., Cruise, Chelsie E., & Zuercher, Gerald L. “Spatial and Temporal Variation in Eastern Iowa Bat Assemblages.” Poster presentation for the Chlapaty Research Fellowship Program, University of Dubuque, 2012. Abstract: North American bats, (Chiroptera, Vespertilionidae), are important components of biodiversity that are often underrepresented in conservation and management plans because of a lack of information on populations status and habitat requirements. Bats are important components to healthy ecosystems as well as human economies. North American bats are insectivores whose diets often include both human-disease vectors and damaging agricultural pests. There are nine species of bats recorded for Iowa. This includes the Federally Endangered Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis), the evening bat (Nycticeius humeralis) which is “Threatened” within Iowa, and the northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis) which is a “Species of Special Concern” within Iowa. We sampled bat communities at five locations within Dubuque County, Iowa including a state park (Mines of Spain Recreational Area), three county parks (Bankston Park, White Water Canyon Wildlife Area, Swiss Valley Nature Preserve), and a privately managed property (Wolter Property). Mist nets were set up before sunset and left in place until one hour after the last bat was captured. Overall, seven of the nine potential bat species were captured with little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus) being the most common species. Variation in both total number of bats captured and number of species captured occurred between sites. Also, the sampled bat communities at each site varied temporally. With the presence of White-Nose Syndrome confirmed from caves in eastern Iowa, our data provide a baseline against which impacts from the disease can be compared. We suggest continuing the surveys of bat communities in eastern Iowa.

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