She grew up just across town, but she wouldn’t change the college experience in her hometown for the world. Bay Port graduate Tanya Niemi tells about meeting her potential, her internship with the Green Bay Packers, and her #uwgblove for this place.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay College of Science and Technology honored some of its top math and science scholars on Friday, Jan. 27 with Natural and Applied Science (NAS) scholarships. In a record-breaking year, $39,300 was awarded and 37 scholarships were given to 33 students. Each recipient was recognized for high grade point average, outstanding scholarship, […]
State-of-the-art rehearsal, recording studio space is a campus and community asset Ask Professors Randy Meder and Kevin Collins about the recent upgrades to the rehearsal space within the UW-Green Bay Music program and they’re likely to respond in song. That’s how good the new acoustics are. Renovations in the Studio Arts building, including a high-tech […]
Students gathered in Common Grounds of the University Union on Feb. 1 to enjoy canvas painting and Shirley Temples. It was the first in a series of February of Art events at the University Union. Remaining events include decorate your own mug (Feb. 8), button making (Feb. 15) and succulent planting (Feb. 22). All are […]
UW-Green Bay Music program held its 47th annual Jazz Fest on Saturday, Jan. 28 in the Cofrin Family Hall of the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. Each year this jazz festival draws middle- and high-school students from across the region for a day of ensemble performances and clinic and master clinic sessions. The event […]
About 180 graduates, students and guests attended the first-ever UW-Green Bay Communication Week last week. During the week’s events, attendees connected with former classmates and faculty, learned about the past, present and future of the communication program and listened to a structured interview with two successful UW-Green Bay alumni. Blair Endowed Chair of Communication Phil […]
Demonstrating that there truly is something for everyone, Spring 2017 OrgSmorg was held Feb. 1 in the Phoenix Room, University Union. Student “orgs” are committed to community service, diversity, science, math, music, art, sports and fun. If a UW-Green Bay student can’t find a great fit, he or she is encouraged to grab a couple […]
With a nod to vision, leadership, innovation and collaboration, the ribbon was cut for the new Breakthrough® Studio space on the third floor of the David A. Cofrin Library, at UW-Green Bay. Library Director Paula Ganyard said she is thrilled about the space which became popular with students as soon as it opened. It features […]
UW-Green Bay had a successful collaboration with UW-Oshkosh since launching a Masters of Social Work (MSW) in 2003. Not even optimistic program leaders could have predicted the explosion in applicants when UW-Green Bay decided to go at it alone in 2015. Enrollment doubled and the University could only admit half of the cohort that applied. […]
“The estuary is important to all of Lake Michigan, both as an active port and as an engine for biological production,” says Patrick Robinson, Interim Director of Community, Natural Resource and Economic Development (CNRED).