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Travel tip: Course provides trip inside human body

Travel tip: Course provides trip inside human body

It was a return trip for UW-Green Bay Human Biology professors Amanda Nelson and Donna Ritch, but a whole new world for 17 UWGB Human Biology and Bellin College of Nursing students. The group recently returned home from a summer travel course to Guben, Germany, and a chance to work with world-renowned German anatomist Gunther […]

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Welcome class of 2019: Parents and students prepare for fall

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UW-Green Bay is projecting strong enrollment numbers for fall of 2015, and preparation for welcoming the newest members of the campus has begun. The recent high school graduates are on campus the next few weeks for FOCUS — First-year Opportunities for Students — to register and build connections. Registering for classes, acquiring tools for achieving […]

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Close-ups recap: Professor Style hosts India Dinner Lecture

Close-ups recap: Professor Style hosts India Dinner Lecture

UW-Green Bay Professor Christine Style enlightened and educated the audience as part of the UWGB Office of Outreach dinner lecture series, May 27. Her program focused on Nek Chand and the Rock Garden in Chandigarh (Northern India) — one of the largest in the world, and one of the world’s largest ongoing mosaic works comprising 20 acres.

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May Commencement: The day in photos

May Commencement: The day in photos

UW-Green Bay welcomed a record crop of degree candidates to the ranks of official alumni at spring commencement 2015. A total of 975 students completing degree requirements in May or August were eligible to participate; about 725 robed up and marched in the ceremony that drew a crowd of nearly 5,000.

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Students take study break for Resfest

Students take study break for Resfest

With temperatures in the upper 70s and not a rain cloud in sight, Phoenix Park was the setting for ResFest 2015 last Friday, May 1. Hundreds of students took advantage of the mild spring temperatures to enjoy food, refreshments and friendly competition including a “3’s” volleyball tournament, yard games, dunk tank, glow games and a […]

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UWGB sculpture students display their work in the spirit of contemporary artists

UWGB sculpture students display their work in the spirit of contemporary artists

Students in UW-Green Bay Prof. Alison Stehlik’s “Intermediate Sculpture” class were asked to create a site-specific installation in the spirit of a contemporary installation artist. The students researched various artists to use as a “mentor” artist — someone they would emulate for the purpose of this project, either in terms of artistic process and/or aesthetic […]

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Small but profound: Meredith-Livingston shares the culture of Slovakia

Small but profound: Meredith-Livingston shares the culture of Slovakia

Members of the UW-Green Bay community were treated to a night of music, traditional food, and education, during the latest UW-Green Bay Dinner Lecture Series event highlighting the country, Slovakia. An Associate Professor of Music and Women’s and Gender Studies, Sarah Meredith Livingston was the featured presenter during the March 31 event. She was introduced […]

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Photos: Students, grads voice opposition to cuts

Photos: Students, grads voice opposition to cuts

The need for continuing, bipartisan support of the University of Wisconsin System was the main message at a rally outside the University Union late Wednesday afternoon (March 4). A crowd of about 75 braved bitter cold — single-digit temperatures and 20-mph winds — to participate in the gathering organized by the campus chapter of the […]

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Closer look: Comedy ‘Months on End’

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.

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Close-ups: Spreading the #uwgblove

Close-ups: Spreading the #uwgblove

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 […]

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