In the last few years UW-Green Bay has virtually doubled the number of endowed scholarships it has available to students. The school’s graduates helped make that happen. UW-Green Bay alumni or alumni couples created a long list of new endowed scholarships in the past two years. Steve ’78 and Janelle Maricque ’82, at left center […]
- Healthy Campus: Wellness Committee Promotes Overall Employee Health
- That’s a wrap: Students keep ton of plastic bags out of waste stream
- Alumni grab center stage with generosity
- Double the love: Fondness for UWGB brings alumni back for more
- Closer look: Comedy ‘Months on End’
UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance opens its 2015 calendar of productions with the contemporary relationship comedy “Months on End,” beginning a seven-show run Thursday, Feb. 26, in the Jean Weidner Theatre at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. Associate Prof. John Mariano directs a 10-member student cast — five men and five women — exploring happiness, sorrow and everything in between by way of a dozen comic scenes, one for each month of the year.
It hasn’t even been on campus for a year, but the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay plastic film recycling program has already processed the equivalent of nearly one million plastic bags. “We’ve recycled somewhere between 1800 and 2200 pounds of plastic film,” said former student intern Matthew Malcore. “Not all of it has been just plastic […]
Whether it is through promoting exercise, healthy eating, or even ergonomics, UW-Green Bay’s Wellness Committee is devoted to keeping employees healthy. The committee focuses on physical, occupational, emotional, social, fiscal, environmental, intellectual and nutritional wellness. The next program, “Heart Healthy Living,” is scheduled for Thursday, February 19 from 12:15 p.m. to 1 p.m. in Alumni […]
There’s a lot to love about UW-Green Bay, and it’s easier to see this week, leading up to Valentine’s Day. Maybe you’ve seen the window art and messages across campus. Or the decorated “Tunnel of #uwgblove… the golf cart rides between the Union and Residence Life… the free hot chocolate/hot cider and chocolates… the free […]
UW-Green Bay has seen an increasing number of alums who loved their time on campus so much, they returned to get a second degree. With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, now is the perfect time to share their tales of love, devotion and hard work in pursuit of their happily ever after.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay honored the best-of-the-best Natural and Applied Sciences students at an annual scholarship reception on Jan. 30. in the University Union’s 1965 Room. Twenty-five students were awarded $31,150 in scholarships, nearly double last year’s total of $15,200. The scholarships recognized student achievement in academics, research, scholarship, and overall excellence.
Backpacks are bulging, lines are a bit longer, but a beautiful site it is to have students back on campus for Spring Semester 2015. Student photographer Sam Zingsheim captured both the chaotic and calm moments of the first few days of school. (Click thumbnails to enter slideshow view.) Photos by Sam Zingsheim, photo intern, Marketing […]
A respected business and community leader has become the first-ever Executive-in-Residence for UW-Green Bay’s Austin E. Cofrin School of Business. Tim Weyenberg, past CEO and current Executive Chair of the Board of Directors for Foth Companies, is in the early stages of his tenure in the newly created role. He is working with University stakeholders […]
For Jamie Kozloski, there is no such thing as a quiet day at the office. Kozloski, a 2011 UW-Green Bay Biology graduate, is the founder and director of Kingdom Animalia Exotic Animal Rescue (KAEAR), a non-profit organization in De Pere, Wis. dedicated to “rescuing exotic animals through educational outreach,” according to their website.