Lisa Siewert has been teaching geology and geography across the UW System, starting as a teaching assistant at UW-Madison. She lectured at UW-Fox Valley, the University of Wisconsin-Marshfield-Wood County and since 2019, at UW-Stevens Point. She loves to take students out of the classroom and into the field.
On campus, she has been involved with the Science Olympiad and the UW System Academic Staff Council. Siewert is a volunteer with the Ice Age Trail Alliance’s Marathon County chapter. She enjoys hiking, cooking, swimming, and spending time with her family.
Colville, E., Carlson, A., Beard, B., Hatfield, R., Stoner, J., & Reyes, A., & Ullman, D., (2011). “Sr-Nd-Pb Isotope Evidence for Ice-Sheet Presence on Southern Greenland During the Last Interglacial.” Science (New York, N.Y.). 333. 620-3. http://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.1204673
When she was growing up, she wanted to be an explorer.