Daily Archives: June 5, 2017

06/05/2017 - Sauerhammer’s remarkable journey featured

“Don’t let her humble demeanor fool you.” That is how a feature story on UW-Green Bay graduate Tina Sauerhammer begins. The University’s youngest-ever graduate, eventual Miss Wisconsin and now a surgeon with Prevea Health in the Green Bay community, Sauerhammer discusses her journey, which includes championing organ donation and mentoring girls and young women.

06/05/2017 - Phuture Phoenix: Nearly 6,000 hours, 533 students tutored and mentored, 141 classrooms, and more…

UW-Green Bay’s Phuture Phoenix program finished compiling and analyzing data reports for the 2016-2017 Academic Year. The Phuture Phoenix program provides an opportunity for students from underrepresented and economically challenged backgrounds to believe post-secondary education is important, attainable and available. In the 2016-17 academic year: 5,831 hours of tutoring and mentoring provided by UW-Green Bay […]

Posted Mon, Jun. 5, 2017 at 2:23pm in News by Kimberly Vlies

06/05/2017 - Campus Cliffhanger: A team of volunteers bands together for successful birth and banding of Peregrine falcons

Congratulations to Rupert and Mimi, the Peregrine parents of four fuzzy eyasses (baby falcons) hatched recently on the UW-Green Bay campus. According to Tom Erdman, Director of the Richter Museum at the Cofrin Center for Biodiversity, it is the first successful nesting since the Peregrines first attempt in 2011, when “a fight with another Peregrine […]

Posted Mon, Jun. 5, 2017 at 2:17pm in News by Kimberly Vlies

06/05/2017 - UW-Green Bay business alum, casting his nets wide

Commercial fisherman Todd Stuth ’00 Business Administration, says he creates his own supply and demand curve and hedges it based on market price. If there’s an abundance of a certain kind of fish, he will pull back. Read the feature on Stuth in the small business spotlight of Insight Magazine.  

06/05/2017 - Faculty note: Prof. Russ presents in Poland

Prof. Meir Russ (Cofrin School of Business) recently presented two seminars at the SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Katowice, Poland, titled “Homo Sustainabiliticus” and “Knowledge Management – How to use the potential not losing strength and time?” He also discussed future research collaboration with school faculty.

Posted Mon, Jun. 5, 2017 at 1:34pm in Faculty/Staff by Sue Bodilly

06/05/2017 - Endangered Peregrines a Wisconsin success story

That fact that four fuzzy falcons are making their home on the Cofrin Library roof is a bigger deal than first appears. It wasn’t that long ago that a Wisconsin resident would have zero chance of seeing a Peregrine falcon in the wild. Although native to Wisconsin, they had vanished by the 1960s due to […]

Posted Mon, Jun. 5, 2017 at 1:33pm in News by Sue Bodilly

06/05/2017 - UW-Green Bay students and faculty take journey to Germany and inside the human body

UW-Green Bay Associate Dean Amanda Nelson and Associate Prof. Uwe Pott (Human Biology) guided a team of 18 students in the pre-health professions to Poland and Germany with a four-day workshop at the famous Plastinarium in Guben, Germany. The Plastinarium is the home of the “Body Worlds” exhibits — a scientific method of preserving tissue […]

Posted Mon, Jun. 5, 2017 at 1:33pm in News by Kimberly Vlies

06/05/2017 - CaringBridge site for Dianne Schneider

Not technically a UW-Green Bay employee, but beloved member of the campus community, the longtime Garden Cafe manager and “Hello Sweetie” greeter Dianne Schneider is hospitalized and fighting a major illness. For those who want to follow Dianne’s journey, please see her site at CaringBridge.org.  

Posted Mon, Jun. 5, 2017 at 1:15pm in Announcements by Sue Bodilly

06/05/2017 - Alumna pens piece for Peninsula Pulse

UW-Green Bay alumnus Ann Soderlund ’15 Arts Management, penned a piece for the Peninsula Pulse, recently, about Gibraltar-area students who spend an atypical school day experiencing art in the Door Peninsula. Soderlund has been the program coordinator for the Hardy Gallery in Door County since November 2015.

Posted Mon, Jun. 5, 2017 at 10:19am in Media Coverage by Sue Bodilly