In 2018, Jessie Johnson will graduate from UW-Green Bay with a Master of Science in Sustainable Management. “I never saw myself working in the pulp and paper industry and now I can’t imagine leaving it,” Jessie says in the story. Read the full feature: Alligators, Bathroom Tissue, and Biomass: How One UW Student is Making a Difference at Georgia-Pacific.
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