Congratulations to UW-Green Bay alumna Melanie Lasee ’96 (German). Lasee received the prestigious state Wisconsin Association for Language Teachers Recognition of Merit Award for 2017, a statewide award presented annually to language teachers in the state, who have demonstrated excellence in teaching and made significant contributions to the language teaching profession. A gifted and dedicated German teacher at Ashwaubenon High […]
The Disability Services Office has acquired a new software case management program (ACCESS) that will allow students to manager their disability accommodations online. Starting the Spring 2018 semester, faculty and instructional staff will be receiving Accommodation Request (AR) forms through UW-Green Bay email instead of hand-delivered by the student. Returning students will be able to request their […]
The Green Bay women’s basketball team handed IUPUI its first loss in conference play on the road Monday night, defeating the Jaguars 60-34 at the Jungle to move into a first-place tie in the Horizon league. Green Bay locked down the Jags from the opening tip, allowing just seven points in the first quarter of […]
A local man was so inspired by Riley Garbe’s story from Phuture Phoenix to UW-Green Bay Commencement speaker, that he and his organization have created a scholarship in Garbe’s honor. WBAY followed Garbe, as he heard the news that $20,000 in scholarships would be awarded in his name from the Brian LaViolette Scholarship Foundation.
Sandy Cohen III scored 29 points and Kameron Hankerson added 24 — each career-highs — on Monday night in Green Bay’s 99-92 overtime home victory over UW-Milwaukee. The Phoenix (8-13, 3-5 HL) and Panthers (9-11, 2-5 HL) were tied at 92-92 in the overtime period, before Hankerson buried a transition three-pointer with 38 seconds left […]
UW-Green Bay’s Austin E. Cofrin School of Business is accepting nominations for the 2018 Weyenberg Prize for Business Excellence. Applications are due Feb. 5. In recognition of Tim Weyenberg’s personal, business, and community impact, the Cofrin School of Business will present two prizes for business excellence that are being named the “Weyenberg Prize” in his […]
Doctors in the Green Bay area are making a difference by getting on the stage and showing off their musical talents. FOX 11’s Lauren Kalil shows us a preview performance of this years Doctors in Recital, Saturday, Jan. 20 at the Weidner Center. Since 2006, Doctors in Recital has raised more than $370,000 for local […]
In the LSE US Centre’s daily blog on American Politics and Policy, UW-Green Bay Assistant Professor David Helpap (Public and Environmental Administration) finds that towns are more likely to provide a more diverse collection of services if they are large, dense, close to urban areas, wealthy, older and part of a county that does not […]