The Pride Center’s fifth anniversary celebration will take place from 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2 on the first floor of the University Union across from The Grille and Zatar. Refreshments will be provided. SAFE Ally training will take place Monday, Feb.13. Level 1 is from 10 a.m. to noon, Level 2 is from 12:30 […]
The Natural & Applied Sciences Spring 2017 Seminar Series begins on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017. Kirti Yenkie, post-doctoral researcher (Dept. of Chemical and Biological Engineering), UW-Madison, will speak about “Separation Networks for Recovery of Bio-Based Chemicals: A Roadmap for Matching Biological and Process Feasibility.” Yenkie’s presentation is part of the UW-System Women and Science Postdoctoral Seminar Program. NAS […]
Lecturer Matt Geimer (business law) recently had his article, “Default Surrogate Consent Statutes and a Possible Wisconsin Alternative,” published in the Winter 2017 edition of the Elder Law Journal of Wisconsin, Vol. No. 27 Issue No. 1. The article compares Wisconsin to other states that have more robust default surrogate consent laws.
The online nomination process for the University Leadership Awards program including the Chancellor’s Medallion, University Leadership Award and Outstanding Student Award closes at 11:59 p.m. Monday, Feb. 6. The process is secure and will have the most current information available. Nomination instructions can be found on the nomination webpage. If you have any questions, please call Tina Tackmier […]
Assistant Prof. Nilesh Sah (finance) recently had the following articles published: Inter-Firm Linkages and M&A Returns – Forthcoming Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance (Accepted: April 2016). This study investigates the value of customer/supplier relationships in mergers and acquisitions. That is what Friends do: Employee Friendliness and Innovation – Forthcoming Journal of Economics and Business […]
Concise, hot, warm, knowing, flowing, fun, energized, crisp, interesting and mindful — just a few of the words Warren Gerds used to describe Saturday’s Jazz Fest 47 in his WFRV review. He praised all participants for their performance of the broad palette that UW-Green Bay John Salerno’s music offers. Read his full review.
The Children’s Hospital of Michigan hosted Green Bay men’s basketball Saturday morning according to Click-on Detroit. The team was in Detroit for a road game. Along with a helping hand, the Phoenix also brought a familiar name back to Metro Detroit — freshman forward Kameron Hankerson. Read the article.
President Trump’s executive order on immigration sparked local news coverage and had UW-Green Bay speaking up about what it could mean for students, faculty and staff. Director of the Office of International Education, Brent Blahnik, fielded most of the calls. Though there are not any visiting students enrolled at UW-Green Bay from the seven Muslim-majority countries […]