While many universities are just beginning to recognize the need for environmental science programs, UW-Green Bay has nearly 40 years of teaching and research experience in the field.
Certificate in Environmental Sustainability and Business
Business leaders are looking for employees that understand sustainable strategies and can introduce or extend environmentally friendly practices at their companies. Our certificate program provides you with an overview of environmental sustainability concepts and how to apply them in a business context.
Students majoring in environmental sciences will find many opportunities at the Center including volunteer projects, grant funded independent research projects, internships, and a research based travel course to Panama.
The center manages the Richter Museum, Fewless Herbarium, Greenhouse, five natural areas totaling >1200 acres, Wabikon Lake Forest Dynamics Plot, and Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program.
News stories in Inside
- UW-Green Bay and partners work on restoring lower Green Bay by seeding 20 acres of wild rice
November 21, 2016
- UW-Green Bay receives international innovation grant to research water quality issues
October 31, 2016
- Day trip to Toft Point: Millers join student and faculty researchers for a day in one of UW-Green Bay’s natural areas
August 3, 2016
- Student inventor and ‘tinkerer’ facilitates drone research at UWGB
July 28, 2016
- Lacing up their boots, feeling the dirt: Field trip provides hands-on approach to studying geology of region
May 25, 2016