Our students learn through labs, lectures, discussions, events, fieldwork, internships, and independent activity. When you graduate, we want you to be prepared for your specific career, and also for life’s challenges and opportunities. UW-Green Bay students are encouraged to leave with an interdisciplinary (across disciplines) approach to learning, which provides the well-rounded person most employers are looking to hire.
It’s Group Work 2.0 on the UW-Green Bay campus. Professors are starting to use wiki technology to allow students to collaborate on projects without necessarily having to schedule time together as a group.