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Learn Beyond the Classroom

Our diverse facilities are immersive learning hubs.

From the biodiversity-rich Cofrin Center to the innovative STEM Innovation Center, you don't just learn—you do.  Here, education transcends traditional boundaries, empowering students to become confident professionals.

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Cofrin Center for Biodiversity

You won't just get your hands dirty doing engaging learning and research in our 6 natural areas across NE Wisconsin – you’ll also contribute to the preservation of our local floral and fauna.

Go Green

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Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI)

The answer to environmental problems isn't pillared in just one field. To cultivate a better world, we need solutions that recognize the critical relationship between science, policy and business. That's the main goal of EMBI.

Sustainability is Our Business

Brown County STEM Innovation Center

Brown County STEM Innovation Center

It's 63,000 square feet of collaborative space between – you guessed it – science, technology, engineering and math. It also features a "makerspace," an instructional kitchen, a green roof and three dedicated laboratory classrooms, among other spaces.

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Student Study Lounge

Located on the second floor of the Environmental Sciences Building, our Student Study Lounge offers designated study space, textbooks for checkout and school supplies such as notebooks and pens.

Visit the Lounge

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Human Cadaver Laboratory

The Human Cadaver Laboratory serves as a hands-on resource to understand the human body.

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Research Facilities & Labs

Transform your classroom expertise into real-world experiences through our cutting-edge research facilities and laboratories!

Chris Gromowski

Meet a

"The introduction of the STEM Innovation Center introduced a wide variety of trades and sciences helping illustrate a major sense of industry overlap. Specializing in one field of study has major implications for another industry."

Chris Gromowski '22
Human Biology Major, Nutrition & Dietetics Emphasis
Vyper Industrial - Government Business Development

John Katers

Let's Connect

Dean of the College of Science, Engineering and Technology since its inception, John Katers is no stranger to UW-Green Bay. He's worked for UW-Green Bay since 1995 and earned both his bachelor's and master's degrees here. If you have questions about CSET, he's happy to help!

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