WLUK’ s Rachel Manek sat down with Brian Simons (Executive Director of the Brown County Library) and Wendy Wimmer Schuchart (UntitledTown board member), both UW-Green Bay alumni, on Good Day Wisconsin (April 19) to discuss the upcoming UntitledTown Book Festival in downtown Green Bay. The festival, held April 28-30, will feature award winning authors, readings, discussions, panels, workshops […]
The organizers of the UntitledTown Book and Author Festival want people to associate Green Bay with books and writing, reports the Green Bay Press-Gazette. The festival, held April 28-30 in downtown Green Bay, will host a variety of events from readings, workshops, discussions and a book expo. Well-known Wisconsin writer Michael Perry will kick off the festival April 28 and […]
This Friday, April 21, try your luck in the windy “Discount Cube” at The Phoenix Bookstore. Everyone is guaranteed 15% off. (See store for exclusions.) You step into the cube and have 15 seconds to grab as many discount sheets as possible, keeping the best discount — up to 30%. Also on Friday, the NAS […]
Fritz Lang’s dystopian 1927 film has been called “the mother of all sci-fi films” and has been referenced in film and pop culture ever since its release. The complete 2010 restoration of the film will be screened along with the world premiere live performance of a new film score by Associate Prof. of Music Michelle McQuade Dewhirst. Kevin Collins leads the Wind Ensemble and Studio Orchestra, and […]
The first “Final Credits: Senior Show Exhibitions” will be featured April 8 to 20 in the Lawton Gallery. Seniors Jaclyn Filut, Adam Fulwiler, Brian Galloway, Slaon Moses, Nich Padalino, Abby Pocian, Cassandra Raymond, Kassy Rickaby and Kyle Simpson will have their work displayed in the gallery. The second exhibition will be April 29 through May 11 with […]
Congratulations to Associate Prof. Debra Pearson (Human Biology), who was honored with the Outstanding Dietetics Educator of the Year Award at the Wisconsin Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Association Annual Conference. The award recognizes an outstanding educator for innovation in teaching skill and technique, mentoring of students and leadership in education and dietetics/nutrition sciences.
Public and Environmental Administration (PEA) faculty created a fun video to help promote the annual Steps to Make a Difference Walk. The walk is April 29. Walk-up registration begins at 9:30 a.m. at the Mauthe Center. UW-Green Bay students are entirely responsible for the event and through the years have raised thousands of dollars for […]