Green Bay Phoenix Athletics announces the launch of its new GreenBayPhoenix.com site design. “We have spent the past month on the new site, transferring files, updating graphics, updating bios, old pages, links, logos, etc.,” explained Joey Daniels, Green Bay Phoenix Athletics Director of Strategic Communications. “The new site is cleaner, fresher and is flat- out just better. We hope you agree!”
Daniels credits his athletics communications staff (Stephen Wagner, Justin Helm and Kaylie Noll), Mark and Katie with their partner Learfield Communications, LLC and David Kieper, UW-Green Bay’s Director of Computing Services for their work and expertise on the project. Check it out: GreenBayPhoenix.com
Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung (Human Development and Psychology), has been elected to the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Council of Representatives. He will represent the Society for the Teaching of Psychology. The Council of Representatives is the legislative body of APA and has full power and authority over the affairs and funds of the association within the limitations set by the certificate of incorporation and the bylaws, including the power to review, upon its own initiative, the actions of any board, committee, division or affiliated organization. Council is composed of representatives of divisions, representatives of state, provincial and territorial psychological associations (SPTAs) and the members of the Board of Directors.
Summer 2017 campus parking lot and road repair work begins today (June 26). Due to a mild winter, a smaller amount of repairs are needed than past years. The schedule below is tentative and weather dependent.
Campus map (pdf)
June 26, 27, 28 – Weidner Center Administrative Office Parking lot and front canopy
June 29, 30; July 3, 5-7 – Kress Events Center Lot, Union Visitor Lot, Wood/University Union/Theatre Hall Dock and Instructional Services/Lab Science Dock
July 10-14 – East Housing Lot, Apartment Parking Lots and Residence Life Community Center Court
July 17-21 – Residence Life Courts (Downham, Thompson, Schaefer and Lenfesty)
July 24-28 – Shorewood Golf Course, Cofrin Main Entrance Circle and Lambeau Cottage Driveway
July 31-Aug 4 (or as filler throughout the summer) – Weidner Center B, C and D lots, depending on shows and space.
Additional closures, dependent on scheduling outside contractors, may be needed for road repairs on Lab Sciences Drive, Main Entrance Drive and the back parking area of the Kress Events Center. Parking lots with pylons, ropes and barricades blocking access are closed and it will be necessary to park in an alternative parking lot. Facilities Management and the Parking Office thank you for your flexibility during the construction season.
The Campus Cupboard and Campus Closet (CK One) have been very busy since they relocated to Rose Hall 140 where they share space with Campus Kitchen. Per Campus Cupboard student org advisor Dana Johnson, from March 31 to June 14, CK One experienced the following:
Accessed by consumers from 6:54 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Accessed by 64 unique consumers (since the electronic swipe was installed – – not including members from our two student organizations, faculty advisors, maintenance and/or persons known to deliver donations.
Consumers accessed CK One 129 times in total
At this time, when you are doing summer cleaning or trying to figure out what to do with left over rummage sale items, remember CK One. The Campus Cupboard is in need of canned fruit and peanut butter. The Campus Closet is in need of clothing– especially size large (but all sizes welcome, including children) that can be used for interviews and classroom/campus living. The Campus Closet also needs: kitchen items such as pizza pans, baking dishes, hot pads, pans, manual or electric can openers, toasters, silverware, towels, sheets and blankets for twin beds, alarm clocks, small lamps, coffee makers and coffee grinders and anything else that you could spare that helps students to stock their living quarters. So far this summer, clothing, towels and kitchen items have been in need. Please bring your donations to CK One located in Rose Hall 140, use your UWGB ID card to swipe the keypad and place your items in the donation receiving room on the right. Donation receipts are available on the cabinet by the door. Feel free to take a tour while you are there! Questions about the Campus Closet may be directed to Stacie Christian at email@example.com. Question about Campus Cupboard may be directed to Dana Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you to everyone for your continual, wonderful support and donations!
The week of June 25 brings two camps to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The first is Video Game Programming. Twenty campers over the course of June 26-28 will learn about the world of object-oriented programming and an introduction to developing software in a gaming environment. Campers will learn basic techniques for creating games and will be introduced to object-oriented programming. Campers will learn how to make objects interact with each other through events and will learn how to program some basic games. On Monday and Tuesday, June 26 and 27 we welcome almost 200 “students” for the annual Grandparents’ University. Over the course of two days, grandparents and their grandchildren will take courses in art, science, and theater. Grandparents’ University is designed for children ages 7-14 accompanied by their grandparent(s). Open to the public, UW-Green Bay alumni, parents of alumni and friends of UW-Green Bay are all welcome to participate. Classes will be offered in various classrooms across the UW-Green Bay campus.
UW-Green Bay Retiree Association President Pat Przybelski, invites readers to take a look at the updated Retiree Association website at www.uwgb.edu/retiree. “You will see major changes as the University has adopted a campus-wide content management system called Kentico. We think our new website looks great and has easy access to retiree information. If you see the old site, just refresh your browser by pressing the F5 key.”
Save the date
Two major Retiree Association fundraising events will be held in the near future. Mark your calendar. Money raised goes to the Retiree Association Endowed Scholarship fund.
Retiree Association Golf Outing
The 7th Annual UW-Green Bay Retiree Association Benefit Golf Outing will be held at the Shorewood Golf Course on Thursday, August 17, 2017. Proceeds benefit the Retiree Association Scholarship. Retired UW-Green Bay faculty and staff are hosting the event, but everyone is welcome to play, so please feel free to include any of your non-UWGB golfing friends.
The event starts with a 12:30 p.m. check-in, 1:30 p.m. shotgun start for the four-person scramble, a 4:30 p.m. picnic-style buffet and 5:00 p.m. awards and door prize presentations. The organizers will pair to make foursomes, if needed. Non-golfers are welcome to support the fundraiser through their dinner attendance. For more information, or to register by Friday, August 11, you can contact the University Advancement Office at 465-2074 or register online.
Retiree Association Banquet
The 18th Annual UW-Green Bay Retiree Association Banquet will be held on Wednesday, October 4, 2017, in the University Union, Phoenix Rooms. More information to follow.
All houses have a story to tell. The Brown County Historical Society and Astor Neighborhood Association are collaborating to host “If This House Could Talk,” a workshop on how to research the history of a house. Deb Anderson, coordinator of UW-Green Bay’s Archives and Area Research Center, will share a wide variety of resources that can be used to provide clues about construction dates, physical features and occupants of your home.
The workshop will take place on Wednesday, June 28 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Brown County Historical Society and Hazelwood Historic House at 1008 South Monroe Avenue in Green Bay. This event is free and open to the public. To reserve a spot for the workshop, please contact Chris Dunbar at (920) 437-1840.