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Enviromental Engineering Technology Research Student Emma Loucks, works in the research lab as she pours phragmites biochar pellets into a filter for a potential media to remove dissolved phosphorus from an agricultural runoff treatment system.

Video: Environmental Engineering Technology Program

As a child, Emma Loucks fell in love with the environment and the process of making maple syrup at her grandparents’ maple syrup farm. The Environmental Engineering Technology major combines her passion for solving...

Four Political Science students sit in a circle with books and laptops on their desk, as they discuss their assigned congressperson during their Congress Politics and Policy class inside MAC Hall.

Watch the video: Bachelor of Political Science

The transformative power of a political science education empowers students to become agents of forward-thinking change. Recent UW-Green Bay graduate Zea Miller was drawn to the Political Science at UW-Green Bay because she wanted to...

Psychology student Karsten Cowan stands inside the Winter Garden as sunlight streams through the big floor to ceiling windows as students in the background study inside Mary Cofrin Hall on the UW-Green Bay, Green Bay campus on Sept. 15, 2022. UW-Green Bay, Sue Pischke University Photographer

Watch the video: Bachelor in Psychology program

Karsten Cowan knew she wanted to major in Psychology because she wanted to help people. The Psychology program at UW-Green Bay is the perfect fit. Plus, it’s not your average undergraduate program with many...