UW-Green Bay Music presents a Wind Ensemble/Orchestra and Symphonic Band Concert on Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the Cofrin Family Hall of the Weidner Center. The concert is directed by Kevin Collins, and features students from all over campus. Tickets may be purchased in person at University Ticketing and Information Center: 920-465-2400, by calling Ticket Star: 920-494-3401 and online at WeidnerCenter.com.
UW-Green Bay Music presents Concert Choir and University Singers on Oct. 18, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. at the Cofrin Family Hall in the Weidner Center. Conducted by Randall Meder, Concert Choir is the premier choral ensemble of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The University Singers, conducted by Sarah Meredith Livingston, includes quality singers from all over campus. Both choirs perform repertoire drawn from a wide variety of periods and styles, from Bach to traditional folk tunes. Information and tickets.
“Perched just outside the entrance to the Cofrin Library at UW-Green Bay, the newly installed, 13-foot steel and stainless steel sculpture titled “Phoenix Rising” stands tall watching over the campus and its students.” More via Iconic sculpture of phoenix dedicated at UWGB | The Press Times.
Two Brown County Departments are relocating to the new completed STEM Innovation Center located on the UW-Green Bay campus. More information via Two Brown County Departments to Move to New STEM Building on UWGB Campus | Seehafer News.
Prof. Michael Draney (Biology and Natural and Applied Sciences) was featured in a news story about why mosquitoes are thriving in Northeast Wisconsin. More via Mosquitoes thriving thanks to Northeast Wisconsin’s wet weather | wearegreenbay.com.
Webster Avenue’s planned updates include adding paint and markings to its bike lanes. This will allow bikers easier access to the UW-Green Bay campus. More via Webster Avenue’s updates allow bike lane access to UW-Green Bay | wbay.
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Douglas Brusich (Human Biology) and four UW-Green Bay students recently published an online article. The article covers their findings on traumatic brain injury model in fruit flies. The four undergraduate authors are Ashley Willes, Brooke Kalata, Nathaniel Disher and alumna Lauren Putnam. The article can be found here.
Phoenix Phenoms registration is now open! Phoenix Phenoms is a basketball clinic for girls from third to eighth grade; the clinic is Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019 from Noon to 2 p.m. Registration is $40, which includes other benefits such as meeting the team and coaching staff at the clinic, a free t-shirt, free admission to one phoenix home game, letters from Phoenix players, a pocket schedule, a chance to win a spot on the team bench for a home game and the possibility to spend time with the team at a Green Bay Volleyball match. More information about the clinic and the registration form can be found here. Please note, space is limited. It is recommended to register by Sept. 25, 2019 to secure a spot.
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Climate Change Talks are set to occur on Friday, Sept. 20, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Wood Hall 205. Climate change is not simply an environmental problem, it’s a human problem, with implications for all life on this planet. Join, in solidarity with the Global Climate Strike, as 13 UW-Green Bay faculty and staff offer 15-minute talks on a unique set of topics, primarily from the perspectives of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Drop in for one or two talks—or a dozen! Click here for the full schedule.
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Best Health Degrees ranked UW-Green Bay’s online RSN to BSN program as the ninth fastest online BSN program for 2020. Click here for more information.