Yearly Archives: 2014

12/30/2014 - 2012 grad Morgan Gantz works to study and protect our nation’s wilderness

For the millions of outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy hiking on the trails, kayaking down the rapid rivers, and biking through national parks, forests and wildlife refuges, there are the few who work to both study and protect the natural landscape of our public lands. Morgan Gantz, a 2012 UW-Green Bay Environmental Science graduate is working […]

Posted Tue, Dec. 30, 2014 at 11:21am in Alumni Rising by Sue Bodilly

12/30/2014 - Radosevich first to hold Cofrin Endowed Chair at UW-Green Bay

Associate Prof. of Management David J. Radosevich has been honored at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay with his selection as the first individual to hold the University’s newly created Austin E. Cofrin Endowed Chair of Business. Radosevich, chairman of UW-Green Bay’s Master’s of Management program, will begin his term as endowed professor Jan. 1. The […]

12/29/2014 - Dietetics interns offer healthy grocery store tour

Student interns in UW-Green Bay’s Dietetic Internship program are doing a good turn by leading a program called “Grocery Store Tour: Slimming Substitutions” in Green Bay in late January. The students promise to show participants “the healthiest foods in the store” and to provide beneficial tips that can be used anywhere. The outing will take […]

Posted Mon, Dec. 29, 2014 at 12:24pm in Events, News by Christopher Sampson

12/26/2014 - Year in review: A Tremendous 2014 for UW-Green Bay

With the New Year approaching, we’re reliving the highlights of a Tremendous 2014 at UW-Green Bay. This annual list celebrates the top 10 positive stories — in no particular order — as selected by the University News Bureau. There were plenty of great choices, and we had a hard time narrowing the list to just […]

Posted Fri, Dec. 26, 2014 at 10:20am in News by Christopher Sampson

12/26/2014 - New year, new Philosophers’ Café: Jan. 7 session on architectural history

If you didn’t find enough stimulating intellectual discussion under the Christmas tree (or perhaps around the Festivus Pole), here’s an early announcement of the first Philosophers’ Café of 2015. Visiting speaker Mark Steuer will help participants explore Green Bay’s architectural history and delve into questions about whether we have a moral duty to preserve it. […]

Posted Fri, Dec. 26, 2014 at 10:17am in Announcements by Christopher Sampson

12/26/2014 - USA Today Coaches Poll voters continue to have Phoenix ranked lower

The NCAA Division I women’s basketball coaches who vote weekly on the USA Today Coaches Poll aren’t that much in love with the 9-2 UW-Green Bay Phoenix. Ranked No. 6 in the nation by the NCAA’s official RPI computer and No. 24 in the Monday (Dec. 29) AP sportswriters poll, the Phoenix women continue to […]

Posted Fri, Dec. 26, 2014 at 10:14am in Media Coverage by Christopher Sampson

12/26/2014 - CATL advertises 2015 learning/presentation opportunities

The Center for the Advancement of Teaching & Learning (CATL) office would like to present several opportunities to share your expertise as well as opportunities to participate in activities and discussions in several areas of interest. For more information on upcoming workshops and conferences, visit the Conferences page on the CATL website. • Improved Online […]

Posted Fri, Dec. 26, 2014 at 10:04am in Announcements by Christopher Sampson

12/23/2014 - For UW-Green Bay, 2014 a year of highlights, transition

We’re wrapping up a Tremendous 2014 at UW-Green Bay, celebrating the countless honors, accolades and feel-good success stories that impacted campus — and community — during the year that was. As always, choosing just 10 bright spots for our annual rundown was a difficult (yet enjoyable) task, and we know we’ve only scratched the surface […]

Posted Tue, Dec. 23, 2014 at 8:33am in Go Green! by Kelly Moore

12/22/2014 - Holiday arrival: UW-Green Bay women return to AP Top 25

The Phoenix women’s basketball team (9-2) entered familiar territory today, receiving its highest number of votes this season to be ranked No. 24 in this week’s edition of the Associated Press Top 25 poll. The Phoenix received 84 votes in the poll, just ahead of 25th-ranked Arizona State, whom the Phoenix defeated earlier this season […]

Posted Mon, Dec. 22, 2014 at 4:35pm in News by Christopher Sampson

12/22/2014 - Inclusive Excellence site lists certificate details, Feb. 6 workshop, Mallett talk

Check out the Inclusive Excellence Certificate Program webpage to register for interesting and informative workshops and lectures scheduled in February and March. Your RSVP will ensure that you have a seat at these popular lectures and workshops. The first workshop on Feb. 6 focuses on understanding how inclusive excellence is creating change at UWGB — with an engaging […]