One-week camp begins July 31 GREEN BAY – Openings remain in a free camp for students in grades 7 through 9 who are interested in Cyber Security. The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will host the first-ever GenCyber student camp in the state of Wisconsin, July 31 to August 4, 2017. The camp will immerse up […]
Nursing graduate is driven to share her story and raise awareness about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder When Andy Nourse met someone new, he asked “What’s your story?” as a way to learn more about his new acquaintance. Little did his wife, Jacquie Nourse ’16, know that her story would take her down a path paved […]
Fifty scientists, managers and professionals will work together to assess whether currently recommended and future proposed management practices will be sufficient to restore the bay of Green Bay, which is impacted by massive ongoing changes in climate, agriculture, urbanization and development within the watershed. The Cofrin Center for Biodiversity is hosting the Cooperative Institute for […]
Don’t Wait! Subscribe now to the Weidner Center’s 2017-2018 Performing Arts Season. Subscribers get the best seats and can save up to 10%. Order before single tickets go on sale to the general public on July 20. Becoming a subscriber gives you priority access to shows like “The Simon and Garfunkel Story”, Jerry Seinfeld, “Jersey […]
Mentioned last week — a new Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Students Certificate Program which will enhance students academic opportunities. The program is being offered by the Women’s and Gender Studies Program, not the Pride Center, as announced. The addition of this certificate is expected to assist with student retention, recruitment, academic achievement and leadership […]
This Friday (July 14, 2017), campus will host the first of four Summer Preview Day events. More than 250 visitors are currently registered to tour campus, learn about academic programs and explore a resource fair of campus offices and opportunities. Please join Enrollment Services in welcoming guests with a friendly smile!
The Academic Staff Professional Development Planning Committee and the University Staff Professional Development Committee will be sponsoring an event to help you learn about the UW-Green Bay benefits you might have never known you had! Join representatives to learn how you can access the resources and benefits available to you such as library services, health […]
The Journal of Policy History’s newest issue features an article written by UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Jon Shelton (Democracy and Justice Studies) entitled “‘Compulsory Unionism’ and Its Critics: The National Right to Work Committee, Teacher Unions, and the Defeat of Labor Law Reform in 1978.” The article shows that anti-union groups like the NRTWC characterized […]