Up in rotation this week, featured prominently on the University’s home page, is a story about 19-year-old freshman Andrew Doctor. Through UW-Green Bay’s Freshman Experience program, he’s getting a head start on hands-on, undergraduate research. He’s working with ENCAP, the Green Bay-based company that recycles paper mill byproducts to make a seeding/fertilizer mixture. Interesting story, and high praise for UW-Green Bay.
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