A new study published by the Royal Society of London in the biological research journal, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, indicates that chronic exposure to the environmental toxin BMAA may increase risk of neurodegenerative illness.
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UW-Marinette offers courses that are the foundation for more than 250 majors. Academic offerings include day and evening credit courses, study skills workshops and an Introduction to College program. Four bachelor's degree programs from UW-Milwaukee and UW-Stevens Point are now available at UW-Marinette through a combination of compressed video and online courses. In addition, students can complete Bachelor's degrees online from UW-Platteville, Green Bay, Superior, and Silver Lake College. An evening associate degree program is also available by taking on-campus and online courses. Students may also participate in the Guaranteed Transfer Program which makes it possible to begin one's education at UW-Marinette as a new freshman and be guaranteed admission as a junior to any of the UW four-year campuses including UW-Madison after fulfilling certain credit and grade point average requirements.