ES&P graduate student was a featured alumnus in a recent Valentines themed post by the UW Green Bay Alumni News Blog. The article focused on an increasing number of UWGB alums who loved their campus so much, they returned for a second degree. The Advancement Office database shows 454 people with dual degrees from UWGB.
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Please congratulate grad students Brianna Kupsky and Tom Prestby and faculty members Matt Dornbush, Patrick Robinson, Bob Howe, and Amy Wolf for a $225,000 federal USFWS grant to UW-Green Bay and Ducks Unlimited for the restoration of aquatic vegetation and aquatic waterfowl habit in the reconstructed Cat Island area. A barrier dike offers hope that wild rice, hardstem bulrush and wild celery can again take root. Researchers are hopeful of restoring a healthy population of native species behind the protection of the new barrier. They need to establish what size plantings are optimal, at what water depths, and the best means (seeding and plugs) for re-establishing native plants.
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We have updated the Environmental Sciences and Policy website so that finding information about the program is easier.We will be posting notes, upcoming events, and thesis defense dates to the blog, so be sure to check back or subscribe to get important updates.
There are some important changes within the ES&P program.
- A “design your own program” emphasis has been added that provides students the flexibility to develop the individual skillsets needed to pursue unique or emerging fields within the broader area of environmental science and policy.
- There is no longer a need to separately apply for assistantships. All students accepted into the program are eligible and will be automatically considered for all available assistantships
- New students should note important changes in the curriculum. See the 2014-2015 Graduate Catalog for more information.