Wednesday, Sept. 6 marks the beginning of the first of Green Bay Film Society’s Fall 2017 series with a selection of award-winning short films from Clermont-Ferrand Festival in France. The series is co-sponsored by UW-Green Bay Humanities, the Neville Public Museum, the Brown County library and Cultural Services of the French Embassy. UW-Green Bay Prof. David […]
The start of the semester is a great opportunity to remind everyone of the resources and protocols around planning events on campus. If you have any questions about these resources/protocols, please email Morgan Hansen ’14 (Public and Environmental Administration), firstname.lastname@example.org, UW-Green Bay’s new events and annual giving manager. See the event Planning Checklist. If you […]
The Cat Island Chain of barrier islands once provided one of the largest and most diverse wetland ecosystems in the Great Lakes. But years of high water levels in the 1970s, coupled with spring storm surges and ice damage, nearly destroyed the fragile islands. Now, after years of planning, an ambitious vision to restore the barrier island […]
The Department of Natural Resources is holding a public hearing Sept.15 regarding state rule changes governing the spreading of manure on soils in certain sensitive areas of the state. The changes, under Ch. NR 151, Wis. Adm. Code, relate to shallow soils over “karst topography,” which are areas where the bedrock may be fractured. Some […]
The University of Wisconsin System is embarking on a complete redesign of its current classification and compensation structure. The goal of the Title and Total Compensation Study is to modernize the existing title and compensation programs which will, in turn, attract and retain the best talent for the organization. The study is underway and has now moved into Phase […]
The Green Bay Press-Gazette highlighted the difficult Horizon League schedule facing the Green Bay men’s basketball team this season in a story on September 6, 2017. “I don’t know any coach in America that would probably have to play seven conference games in (16) days,” UW-Green Bay coach, Linc Darner, said.
On September 6, 2017 Marissa Leza De Rosa, UW-Green Bay’s bilingual admissions advisor and DACA recipient, was featured in a WFRV-TV story about giving advice to DACA recipients amid the uncertainty. She tells her story and explains what would happen to her if the DACA program is successfully ended.