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Robert L. Nelson


University of Wisconsin-Stout

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University of Wisconsin-Stout

712 S. Broadway St.

Menomonie, Wisconsin, 54751

United States

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UW-Stout, Wisconsin's Polytechnic University, has become a leader in its specialized fields. Through an emphasis on career training and practical experience, UW-Stout's programs have gained international recognition, and several are among the largest in the wo...more

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Tom Schweich (St. Louis), former chief of staff to three different ambassadors to the United Nations before being named U.S. Coordinator for Counternarcotics and Justice Reform in Afghanistan, has served as Missouri State Auditor since 2010... Bob Nelson (Lake Nebagamon) heads the department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie, WI... Bob Elisberg (Glencoe, IL/Los Angeles, CA) has published The Wild Roses (in the spirit of The Three Musketeers but with three women), which made it to #5 on Amazon in Women's Adventure... Ben May (Nashville) is Managing Director of Wealth and Asset Management at Avondale Partners.

About Untamed Science - Untamed Science

Rob and Jonas help give you a feel for the mission of Untamed Science
Rob Nelson - Executive Director of Untamed Science / Host / Producer

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Rob Nelson
Rob is a marine biologist and the lead Untamed Science US producer. He is also the lead producer and current executive director of Untamed Science. He coordinates the Science Youtube Channel, the How-to Filmmaking channel, and the filmmaking portal. He stars as an on-camera personality in Pearson's new High school, middle grades and elementary BioAdventures DVDs that are currently in 6 million school classrooms. He is an award winning author and Emmy winning filmmaker.

The Wild Classroom Crew: Hazen Audel, Rob Nelson, Jonas Stenstrom, Meena Walker, Joseph Coleman, Rich Blundell

Rob Nelson
Meet the Crew Rob nelson Rob Nelson: Rob is the executive producer and principal director for The Wild Classroom and works to coordinate the podcasting efforts, world biomes site, flowering plant families pages and the invasive plants of the US. ... more on Rob

Biomes of the World Crew: Rob Nelson, Jonas Stenstrom, Hazen Audel ...

Rob Nelson
Rob Nelson Rob Nelson was born in Denver, Colorado in 1979. Since then he attended primary school in Texas, completed university work in Miami, Australia, Texas, Oregon, Hawaii and Montana. These academic pursuits have taken him to six different colleges for coursework, and multiple tropical and subtropical habitats for scientific study. Teaching has always come naturally for Rob. He has taught seven semesters of undergraduate lab classes in introductory biology, ecology and marine biology. He has also taught classes for Duke University's Talent Identification Program (TIP) in Costa Rica. Rob continually works to improve his teaching style and ability to engage his students. Outside of school, he worked as a Scuba Dive maste r and a Nature Tour Guide in Hawaii demonstrating his ability to communicate the wonder of the outdoors with non-scientists. It is this passion for science and education that has inspired Rob to produce documentary films. From an early age, Rob had an interest in video and story-telling. His first short films were action hero and adventure videos, a style which has never really left his videos. As an undergraduate he saved up money and bought his first 3CCD digital video camera and began shooting wildlife documentaries. His first documentaries featured stories of Oregon wildlife while working as a Salmon researcher. He then documented two trips to Colorado along multiple mountain ridges. This work lead to a video project for the Army Corps of Engineers about Aquatic Plants in Texas. After moving to Hawaii, he made several sports-related videos including the UH swim team video and a historical film entitled, "Hawaii's Swimming Legacy". The University of Hawaii Biology Department funded the production of 12, 2-minute shorts to be played at the beginning of biology lab classes. Then in June of 2003, Rob began filming "The Biodiversity of Mexico" , his biggest and most costly documentary to date. In 2004, Rob and crew member Joseph Coleman documented their bike ride (Cycling the Last Frontier) from Seattle, WA to Anchorage, AK and raised money for the non-profit organization SEACOLOGY. Later that year, after defending his masters thesis in Shrimp-Goby Behavioral Ecology, Rob and Jonas Stenstrom set off to film a documentary entitled, "Hawaii: Biodiversity Forgotten," a bio-adventure documentary following their journey over each of the seven main Hawaiian islands and across their ocean channels. Rob Nelson Hawaii Lava Currently, Rob is a student at the Montana State University Department of Science and Natural History Filmmaking.

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