"Ash tree above the mist" by Alasdair Thomson ©


I appreciate you taking the time to look at my website and, more importantly, attempting to familiarize yourself with EAB.  I hope the information was beneficial but if not, feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.  I will try my best to answer your question or at least guide you towards a source which will provide you with an answer. 


Tim Kowaleski

Dr. Greg Sandland
Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

About the Author

Hello, my name is Tim Kowaleski and i am a student at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.  My academic focus is in Biology with an emphasis on biomedical science.  I'm not quite sure as to what I will do with my degree but am excited at the possibilities that await me.  I'm from the town of Cedarbug, Wisconsin (great place, you should check it out) which is a suburb of Milwaukee.  In my free time i enjoy playing essentially any and all sports, as well as hanging out with my friends.  I also work at a confectionary from time to time.  I have a twin brother who is a studying to be a physical therapist  at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  We were born on St. Patrick's Day.  In the summer he and I volunteer at a great camp for burn injured youths.  Check out their website!  Again, thank you for visiting my website!


Multipleorganisms.net is a collaborative effort by student at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse to provide an in depth analysis of various and multiple organisms.  In it's fourth year now, it has generated over 300 websites and will continue to grow.  Here are just a sample of the the variety provided: