The UW-Green Bay graduate program prepares skilled and imaginative problem-solvers for positions in government, non-profit organizations, academic institutions, and private industries. This unique program accommodates a broad range of interests, including traditional ecological sciences, applied environmental technology, and emerging issues in environmental policy.
Now accepting applications for laboratory Teaching Assistants and ES&P Research Assistants. These assistantships include an annual stipend. A limited number of out-of-state tuition waivers are also available for graduate assistants.
The Capstone Seminar is the culmination of the course work in the Environmental Science and Policy Program. The course is designed to provide students with opportunities to research significant issues of local or regional scale from multiple perspectives. In Fall 2011, the student projects looked at sustainability issues on campus and in the Village of Allouez. In regards to campus, the students produced a development plan for a sustainable living learning center for residence life, and a campus wide sustainability education and awareness campaign. The students working on the Allouez project began developing a Sustainability Plan for the community with a special emphasis on transportation and energy efficiency improvements.