Yearly Archives: 2012

12/27/2012 - Winter wonderland: December snowfalls enhance campus beauty

The UW-Green Bay campus is a chilly winter wonderland these days, with recent snowfalls adding to the picturesque landscape. Here are a few of our favorite images from December’s snows. Click images to enter slideshow. Photos by Dan Moore, Outreach and Adult Access; and Kelly McBride, Marketing and University Communication

Posted Thu, Dec. 27, 2012 at 11:31am in Close-ups by Kelly Moore

12/27/2012 - From uncertain undergrad to full-ride Ph.D., E.S. alum is ready for next step

After transferring to UW-Green Bay as a sophomore, Adam Von Haden wasn’t sure what he wanted to study. He’d started out as a Computer Science major, but the first-generation college student quickly realized that wasn’t for him. So he took a few classes at UW-Green Bay, and before long discovered an academic — and career […]

12/27/2012 - New in pics: Our own winter wonderland

Campus is a chilly but beautiful place these days, with recent snowfalls adding to its picturesque winter appearance. Whether you’ve been around or are off visiting some exotic locale, we think you’ll enjoy the newest pictures of the University’s own winter wonderland: see pictures.

Posted Thu, Dec. 27, 2012 at 9:20am in News by Christopher Sampson

12/27/2012 - In case you missed it: Highlights of a Spectacular 2012

There are year-end lists everywhere you look these days, counting down everything from famous flubs to fashion faux pas. Fortunately, UW-Green Bay’s year-end list is far more positive — in fact, it’s spectacular. In case you missed them the first time around, the links below take you to our online Spectacular 2012 round-up, 60-second video […]

12/27/2012 - In the media: UW-Green Bay cheerleaders are athletes of the week

People around here know UW-Green Bay has some of the hardest-working cheerleaders in sports. After all, the cheer squad not only provides pep for campus teams, but also works the sidelines at Green Bay Packers home games, adding yet another element of awesome to the story of this small-city team. But now a few UW-Green […]

12/26/2012 - Press-Gazette coverage of Kwanzaa highlights UW-Green Bay role

Boxing Day isn’t the only holiday being celebrated this Dec. 26, as an article in today’s Green Bay Press-Gazette reminds us. Today also marks the start of Kwanzaa, the African American holiday that focuses on the traditional African values of family, community, responsibility, commerce and self-improvement. As we told you here previously, UW-Green Bay is […]

12/26/2012 - In the news: Staudinger and Kraft on gun issue

Staudinger weighs in for gun sales story … The debate over gun control continues to dominate news cycles both locally and nationally, including here in Northeastern Wisconsin. The Press-Gazette on Wednesday (Dec. 26) ran a story on the increase in gun sales since the Dec. 14 school shooting in Newtown, Conn., and related fear that […]

12/26/2012 - Archives’ Anderson pens guest article on nativity scene history

We here at UW-Green Bay are used to seeing cool stuff from Deb Anderson, the Archives and Area Research Center Coordinator known for invoking campus nostalgia with awesome photos and facts from the UW-Green Bay of old. On Saturday (Dec. 23), it was the community’s turn to see what Anderson has to offer, this time […]

12/26/2012 - Fond farewell: Jim Sams retirement celebration is Friday, Jan. 4

After more than 21 years of service to the University of Wisconsin, Jim Sams has made the decision to retire. His last day with Academic Technology Services and UW-Green Bay will be Friday, Jan. 4. A celebration of Jim’s University career will be held from 2-4 p.m. that day in IS 1034. Jim’s expertise with A/V […]

12/26/2012 - Don’t forget: Post those student job openings for spring

Most students may be away for the holidays, but here’s a friendly reminder that they’ll be back before you know it — and many still are seeking on-campus work. To post an opening for student employees, complete the easy fill-in-the-blank form or email a job description (including position requirements, wage rate, application instructions, and contact […]