Category: Featured Stories

College of Science, Engineering and Technology recognizes scholarship recipients and donors

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In an extremely well-attended event, the College of Science, Engineering and Technology hosted a reception celebrating student scholarships and donors, March 29, 2018 in the Phoenix Room, University Union. In the College, 119 students received scholarships 125 scholarships were awarded (some students received more than one) $155,649 in donor scholarship funds were distributed Click thumbnails […]

Alumnus Douglas McLaughlin named UW-Green Bay’s ‘Earth Caretaker’ for 2018

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The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) will award the ninth annual Earth Caretaker Award to UW-Green Bay alumnus Douglas McLaughlin, Ph.D. McLaughlin received two degrees from UW-Green Bay — his bachelor’s degree in 1983 in Science and Environmental Change (emphasis in Biological Resources Management) and a Master’s of Environmental Science […]

Alumnus Luke Bussiere returns to campus to talk about cutting-edge cancer treatments using viruses

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With cutting-edge research being conducted, cancer treatments as we know them may one day be a thing of the past. UW-Green Bay alumnus, Luke Bussiere ‘14 (Biology) is a microbiology Ph.D. student at Iowa State University (ISU) doing research into the use of viruses, specifically the mammalian orthoreovirus (MRV), to treat cancer. This research has […]

Making Arts Matter student organization spends time in advocacy

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Students from the UW-Green Bay student organization Making Arts Matter, spent time recently in the State Capitol with Prof. Ellen Rosewall (Arts Management) talking to legislators about the value and benefit of the arts. “It’s a wonderful opportunity for the students to learn more about what’s happening in the arts in Wisconsin, to meet arts […]

Appreciative UW-Green Bay students honor Craig Mueller at scholarship reception

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Craig A. Mueller Scholarship recipients came together to honor the late Craig Mueller ’71 (Humanism and Cultural Change) and his generosity in creating scholarships for Art, Music, Theater and Communication students, and the Phuture Phoenix program. Marcia Mueller, Craig’s sister, made the trip from Seattle to Green Bay, as she does annually, to help celebrate […]

‘Lozza’ Marketing — UW-Green Bay students serve-up marketing plan for pizza franchise

Prof. Chandna's class learns the ins and outs of the pizza business before creating a marketing plan.

UW-Green Bay millennials serve up a marketing plan for pizza franchise Owning and operating one of the nation’s newest pizza franchises is a hands-on experience — from making the dough to slathering on the sauce, spreading the cheese, adding the fresh-cut toppings and putting the pie into a high-intensity, stone hearth oven. UW-Green Bay Assistant […]

Veteran’s Lounge Grand Re-opening

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The UW-Green Bay campus community and service people gathered Wednesday (March 21, 2018) for an open house celebrating the grand opening of the Veteran’s Lounge in its new location in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall, Room 227. A brief program began with remarks from Chancellor Gary L. Miller. Vets 4 Vets president Nic Cravillion took the podium […]

Photos: Unveiling the Truth

Muslim student helping another try on a Hijab

Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA) led a popular interactive workshop Monday (March 19, 2018), teaching the history of the Hijab — the head, face, or body covering worn by some Muslim women. The presentation provided the history about wearing the Hijab and the role it plays in Muslim faith. Participants were able to try on a Hijab for […]

Photos Abroad: Office of International Education announces winners

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The Office of International Education has a great way to tell the story of traveling abroad — a photo contest. Members of the campus had an opportunity to vote on their favorites. The winners are as follows: People and portraits: First: Marina Pavon Second: Jesse Rehn Nature and Landscapes: First: Haley Stevenson Second: Haley Falcon […]

First-year student Zoe Betancourt named Newman Civic Fellow

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Award recognizes her potential to increase civic engagement Zoe Betancourt, a University of Wisconsin-Green Bay first-year student from Cudahy, Wis., has been named a 2018 Newman Civic Fellow, one of 268 student leaders nationwide recognized by Campus Compact. Newman Civic Fellows are among the next generation of civic leaders. According to Campus Compact — a […]