Friday, July 13 marks the first Campus Preview Day of the summer. This large visit day, the first of our four, allows prospective students to meet faculty and staff, connect with current students and take a campus tour. Admissions anticipates more than 250 visitors for the event. Thank you for helping guests feel welcome in […]
UW-Green Bay Professor Michael Draney (Biology) was featured in an article about “ballooning” in Popular Science magazine. “Ballooning” is caused by the spiders’ sensitivity to electrical fields like those in earth’s atmosphere, causing them to balloon on strands of web. “It shouldn’t be surprising that a creature with four times our number of legs and […]
Have you ever wanted to go-behind-the-scenes in one of our UW-Green Bay laboratories? Lab Manager Joe Schoenebeck is giving a “super cool lab tour” to a group of staff members on July 23, 2018 at 12:30 p.m. He might even throw in a few experiments. Email Sue Bodily, firstname.lastname@example.org, if interested in attending.
The Herald Times Reporter listed summer things to do in Manitowoc, recently. Among them is UW-Manitowoc’s Really Big Prints, in which artists create limited-edition prints so large that they need a street roller to transfer the ink to the paper. Really Big Prints 3.0 will take place July 11-14 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., with […]
“Nearly 12 million people pass through America’s jail system every year. Many of them are never convicted of a crime, but they can spend anywhere from a couple of months to several years incarcerated, according to Prof. Derek Jeffreys (Humanities, Religion), author of “America’s Jails: The Search for Human Dignity in an Age of Mass […]
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Aaron Weinschenk’s (Public Administration) study in the Journal of Political Marketing concludes that former presidential candidate Hilary Clinton was less successful in gaining the interest of demographic groups in the 2016 election than Barack Obama in 2012. Weinschenk said that by using state-level data, he found out that Clinton underperformed Obama in 83% […]
Kevin and Jenny Kager brought authentic barbeque to Sheboygan County — in the form of a food truck. Before starting Kager Barbeque in Sheboygan, Kevin Kager worked at restaurants in Texas, took culinary classes in New York and recently completed the Entrepreneurial Training Program (ETP) at UW-Green Bay’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC). The Sheboygan […]