Congratulations are in order for UW-Green Bay staff member Kimberly Vlies, who had her design selected for all Artstreet 2018 promotional materials. Vlies is a digital marketing specialist for the Office of Marketing and University Communication. Mosaic Arts, Inc. made the announcement via its newsletter, today (July 9, 2018). “Her design will be the official […]
With the change in management of The Phoenix Bookstore, there are numerous consumable office supplies that were used or being used by the staff of the bookstore. All of those items are set up in the Phoenix Club much like a “rummage sale,” except there are no prices. If your work area or department needs some office supplies, […]
Veggies are for sale from UW-Green Bay’s hoop house and outdoor veggie gardens. All the produce is locally grown, pesticide free, and proceeds go directly towards supporting campus gardens! Available: Kale greens $4/bag; purple and green basil $3/bag; dill $3/bag; cherry tomatoes $3/bag; chamomile flowers $2/bag; Swiss chard $4/bag; and banana peppers $4/bag. Send an e-mail order to Libby Schmit at firstname.lastname@example.org. […]
A tick bite that causes an allergic reaction for meat and dairy consumers? That sounds tragic for Wisconsinites. The Lone Star tick is on the rise in Wisconsin says UW-Green Bay Prof. Mike Draney (Natural and Applied Sciences), and the side effects of being bitten could mean food allergies. WFRV-TV has the interview with Draney.
If you need small business consultation, UW-Green Bay Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has got your back. Dave Stauffacher, SBDC consultant, helped yet another small Wisconsin business thrive. Craig and Deidre Knapp got into tactical laser tag with their sons a while back, and wanted to share their passion with Green Bay, where they reside. Battle […]
Diana Delbecchi ’10 (Human Development and Psychology) volunteered in a Syrian refugee camp in Ritsona, Greece for four months in 2016. Her job was to do research on the refugees’ educational opportunities for a Sweden-based company called I Am You, and was then asked to implement programs based on her findings. During her time in Greece, she met […]
The Green Bay swimming and diving team welcomes new assistant coach, Eddie Gillie. Gillie comes to the Phoenix family from D-II Limestone College, where he coached before the swimming program was cut in April. “We look forward to Eddie’s arrival here in Green Bay,” said Head Coach Reed Robelot. Read the full story on Swim Swam.
Mike Weber and Courtney Janson won the Door County Entrepreneur Training Program’s business plan contest with CLINK!, a DIY craft studio in Ephraim. UW-Green Bay Small Business Development Center helped put together the business plan that scored 100/100. Read the full story in the Door County Pulse.