UW-Green Bay’s new Water Science degree is continuing to gain momentum in the media. WHBY has reports that the program “hopes to solve water issues in Northeast Wisconsin and around the world through a new program.” WBAY also emphasized how the new program will help meet the growing need for water science experts in the area.
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