For some, Cat Island is just a lump of land that juts out north of the Fox River and into Green Bay. But for UW-Green Bay graduate students Tim Flood and Tom Prestby — each is enrolled in the Environmental Science and Policy graduate program — it is a valuable piece of property for graduate research [...]
- Graduate students work to restore Cat Island
- Slideshow: Workshop on ‘cardboard books’ draws crowd for Argentine artists
- Call of duty for graduate student Crum includes help for homeless veterans
- The 360° experience has Mandal returning to his UWGB roots
- Phoenix on parade: Spirits soar despite frigid temperatures
For veterans like Michael Crum, the call of duty to serve others does not end when he exchanges his uniform for street clothes. Crum served four years in the Marine Corps from 1997-2001 and is a UW-Green Bay graduate student in the Social Work Collaborative M.S.W. program.
Members of the float building committee for the Green Bay Holiday Parade reported plenty of enthusiasm and holiday spirit despite the frigid temperatures. Parade officials said it was the coldest in recent memory. That didn’t stop UW-Green Bay staff, students, alumni, sponsors and a large contingent of student-athletes (including cheer and dance teams) from spreading holiday cheer to the local community.
For Janet and Charlie Lieb, involvement with UW-Green Bay’s signature Phuture Phoenix program came naturally.
It is a biologists’ dream … to examine, discuss, identify and chronicle, confirm, question and corroborate. UW-Green Bay students — many of them biologists in training in Prof. Mike Draney’s Invertebrate Biology class — certainly have these opportunities for applied (hands-on) learning experiences.
In a partnership that gives real-world experience to college undergraduates, six UW-Green Bay students are serving with the Green Bay Area Public Schools Title I program, in partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of Green Bay. It’s the fourth semester the partners are working together. UW-Green Bay Assistant Professor of Psychology Jenell Holstead is [...]
Fantastic works by student artists and designers are on display in the Studio Arts Building now through Wednesday (Nov. 20). It ties in with the Art and Design programs preparing for an accreditation visit from the National Schools of Art and Design. So, not only is the work of top student artists on display in the [...]
There was an impressive turnout of campus artists, Spanish speakers and others for the workshop “How to Make Cartonero Books,” which took place Nov. 11 in the 1965 Room of the University Union. The session was led by María Gómez and Washington Cucurto. The principals of the Buenos Aires-based publishing house Eloísa Cartonera — which [...]
From UW-Green Bay to India, Koyel Mandal works on international projects on behalf of the environment, energy and climate change.
The UW-Green Bay and larger community joined forces Monday (Nov. 11) to pay tribute to military service members past and present. Close to 100 people attended the annual Chancellor’s Veteran Reception, a heartfelt and solemn yet celebratory event that honors campus and community vets.