The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has been designated a campus affiliate of the Bee City USA program, a recognition given to schools and cities that make efforts to support bee populations.Awarded by the international nonprofit Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, the designation underscores UW-Green Bay’s work to conserve native pollinators and healthy ecosystems, said Amy Wolf, a professor of natural and applied sciences at UW-Green Bay and an expert on the state’s native pollinators.In Wisconsin, UW-Green Bay joins Northland College in Ashland, Lawrence University in Appleton and the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point as Bee City USA campus affiliates.
Join the University of Wisconsin Applied Biotechnology program and UW Extended Campus for Conversations in Biotech: Science Education Online on Tuesday, April 6 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. UW Extended Campus has been developing award-winning, online courses for more than 15 years.
Co-presented by: Melinda Verdone, Applied Biotechnology program manager, UW Extended Campus, and Eric Peloza, instructional designer, UW Extended Campus. Take an inside look at ABT 705: Ethics, Safety, and Regulatory Environments in Biotechnology, which won a 2020 Distinguished Course award from the Association for Distance Education and Independent Learning (ADEIL). This course was developed by UW Green Bay lecturer Kiel Nikolakakis.
Thinking about enrolling in an online master’s degree program in biotechnology, or want to learn more about the UW Extended Campus online learning experience? This webinar will give you a preview of what to expect. Pre-event registration is required.