Daily Archives: June 1, 2018

06/01/2018 - Charles Rybak named UW-Green Bay Dean

Rybak to lead the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences as demand for liberal arts degrees and problem solvers continues to rise GREEN BAY – University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Provost Greg Davis officially announced the appointment on May 10, 2018 of Prof. Charles (Chuck) A. Rybak as Dean of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s […]

Posted Fri, Jun. 1, 2018 at 10:12am in News Releases by Sue Bodilly

06/01/2018 - Veggie sale updates? Get on the distribution list

If you would like to receive emails about purchasing vegetables available for sale from UW-Green Bay campus gardens and hoop house on a weekly basis, please send an email to Amy Ibuaka, ibuakaa@uwgb.edu. You will be put on the distribution list for weekly announcements. Most weeks throughout the summer vegetables can be picked-up on Wednesdays, […]

Posted Fri, Jun. 1, 2018 at 9:53am in News by Sue Bodilly

06/01/2018 - Aspiring UW-Manitowoc students awarded with scholarships

At the Two Rivers High School Awards Banquet on Wednesday, May 23, three Two Rivers High School students were awarded scholarships for their efforts in creating a better, stronger community. Abby Novachek and Jacob Shillcox were two of the students recognized by Nathan Grossenbach ’12, CEO of Shoreline Credit Union, with Shoreline Credit Union’s inaugural […]

Posted Fri, Jun. 1, 2018 at 9:51am in Announcements by Roosa Turunen '20

06/01/2018 - Another small business success with help from SBDC

Mark another small business success with the help of UW-Green Bay’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) which received mention in the SCEDC Testimonial publication. As Grant Pauly’s firm, 3 Sheeps Brewing Co., outgrew its facilities, Pauly decided to seek consulting from the UW-Green Bay Small Business Developing Center, and the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation. Chuck […]

Posted Fri, Jun. 1, 2018 at 9:38am in News by Roosa Turunen '20

06/01/2018 - UW-Green Bay alumna creates a gardening class to help cancer survivors

HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center registered dietitian Stephanie Lazzari ’10 (Human Biology) created a gardening class, “Harvesting Hope,” to teach cancer survivors about the value of a plant-based diet and how it can reduce the risk of disease. The goal is to get patients to include more fresh produce in their diets, and vegetables harvested […]

Posted Fri, Jun. 1, 2018 at 9:20am in News by Sue Bodilly

06/01/2018 - UW System may tighten hiring policies with regards to sexual harassment histories

The UW-System is considering tightening its policies about hiring employees with a history of sexual harassment. The decision would require the system to share files of personnel with each other or state agencies as part of the hiring process. The campuses would also have to keep all allegations on file, including the final decision of […]

Posted Fri, Jun. 1, 2018 at 9:16am in News by Roosa Turunen '20

06/01/2018 - Faculty note: Prof. Harvey Kaye disappointed by NFL’s decision on anthem protests

UW-Green Bay professor, and stock owner of the Green Bay Packers, Harvey J. Kaye (Democracy and Justice Studies), stands with the NFL’s players’ right to protest. “Patriotism in itself is not the problem, it’s the way patriotism is portrayed,” Kaye told the Pluralist. Kaye told Pluralist in a phone interview that the ​NFL is traducing a more fully […]

Posted Fri, Jun. 1, 2018 at 8:13am in Faculty/Staff by Roosa Turunen '20

06/01/2018 - Half-day summer program by Education Outreach and Jennifer Young

UW-Green Bay Education Outreach is offering a half-day program on July 12, 2018 titled “Discipline Run Amok: How Prison-Like Schools, Puritanical Dress Codes and Zero Tolerance Policies are Ruining High School and What We Can Do About It.” UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Jennifer Young (Humanities) will facilitate this session. Young is a former high school teacher […]

Posted Fri, Jun. 1, 2018 at 8:03am in Announcements by Roosa Turunen '20

06/01/2018 - UW-Green Bay alumnus photographs Computer Science Fair

If you saw photos from the TEALS Computer Science Fair at Lambeau field on Wednesday, May 16, there is a good chance they were taken by a Phoenix. Bill Kapinski ’89 (Communication Processes) is a UW-Green Bay alumnus, who is currently employed at IMAGE in Appleton. You can visit http://www.kapinskiphotography.com/ to see some of his […]

Posted Fri, Jun. 1, 2018 at 8:00am in News by Roosa Turunen '20