Daily Archives: January 3, 2018

01/03/2018 - Gypsy Trip at The Blue Opus on Friday, Jan. 5

Gypsy Trip will kick off the first weekend of 2018 with a return to The Blue Opus (1390 Bellevue Street). The band (featuring UW-Green Bay faculty, staff and alumni) will play on Friday, Jan. 5 from 8 to11 p.m.

Posted Wed, Jan. 3, 2018 at 3:38pm in Announcements by Sue Bodilly

01/03/2018 - Save the date: ‘Trauma-Informed Care: Working with Compassion and Understanding’

Save the date for “Trauma-Informed Care” workshop on Tuesday, Jan. 16, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Christie Theatre. Watch your email for a registration link. “Many of our students, colleagues, family, and friends have faced trauma and adverse childhood experiences. Trauma Informed Care (TIC) is an evidence-informed approach that promotes healthy and compassionate relationships […]

Posted Wed, Jan. 3, 2018 at 3:20pm in Announcements by Sue Bodilly

01/03/2018 - Riley Garbe nominated for ‘person of the year’

Drew Scheler was named the Green Bay Press-Gazette’s 2017 Person of the Year for work with community gardens program. UW-Green Bay Fall Commencement speaker Riley Garbe was among the nominees. See the story.

01/03/2018 - Alumna Lindsey Guenther Cadoo shares temp to career story

The Sheboygan News featured UW-Green Bay alumna Lindsey Cadoo’s story, recently. Cadoo graduated from UW-Green Bay in 2012 with a degree in Spanish, and didn’t realize that a temp position at American Orthodontics (AO) in 2010, would move her into management and a full-fledged career. “At the time I was just looking for a job […]

01/03/2018 - Ireland writer says ‘Women’s Sports Need to Rise Like the Phoenix’

“A recent trip to a basketball game in Wisconsin left Dean Goodison with a tinge of sadness in relation to how some women’s sporting bodies in Ireland promote their products to the public.” Goodison wrote about Green Bay women’s basketball being the example of how a community can promote a team and how a team […]

01/03/2018 - Alumni Erdman, Prestby, Brinker, work on ‘snowy’ data collection


Look for birds and you may find Tom Erdman ’86 (Population Dynamics) and many of his proteges. The recently retired Richter Museum curator was working with a team to safely trap and secure snowy owls to be examined, fitted with a transmitter and released. The work is part of Project SNOWstorm. Research started in late 2013 […]

Posted Wed, Jan. 3, 2018 at 2:32pm in Alumni Rising by Sue Bodilly

01/03/2018 - UW-Green Bay Police aided in Lambeau arrest


In case you missed it, an incident at Lambeau Field recently called attention to the preparation and collaboration by neighboring police and firefighters in responding and reacting to potentially dangerous situations. UW-Green Bay Police were among those responding to the potential “active shooter” dispatch and used automated license plate reader camera in all the parking […]

Posted Wed, Jan. 3, 2018 at 2:04pm in News by Sue Bodilly

01/03/2018 - UW-Green Bay mentioned in ‘Rustbelt Revival’

UW-Green Bay was mentioned in a recent blog post for Brookings (a nonprofit public policy organization based in Washington, DC.). “Satellite campuses of leading state public university systems are also central to attracting and preparing talent, and serve as anchors for new business growth and economic development in many of the region’s historic industrial and […]

01/03/2018 - Holstead awarded large contract to facilitate data collection for after-school programs

Associate Prof. Jenell Holstead (Human Development and Psychology), has been awarded a $220,000 contract to facilitate the implementation of a statewide data collection and evaluation system for 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) after-school programs. Holstead will oversee training and technical assistance to approximately 75 after-school programs throughout the state between January 2018 and June […]

Posted Wed, Jan. 3, 2018 at 1:21pm in Faculty/Staff by Sue Bodilly