What do UW-Green Bay students do on a cold February Weekend? Marketing and Communication intern Cheyenne Makinia captured three great choices on camera recently: A beautiful winter walk, attendance and participation at the Phoenix women’s basketball Pink Zone game, and a little broomball action outside of the University Union.
There were Vines, videos, social media contests, window painting, random acts of kindness, treats from the Chancellor, hugs and red hots from Plash, faculty and students complimenting each other, alumni professing their love for their alma mater and on-and-on. Today ends a week-long activity described as “Share the Love Week.” It started with an idea […]
Students, faculty and community members gathered Feb. 6 at UW-Green Bay’s Lawton Gallery to hear from the artists being featured in the faculty exhibition, “Unnatural Selection.” “It’s a special privilege that we have as art faculty to be able to share our scholarship and research with the wider audience,” said Alison Gates, chair of the […]
UW-Green Bay faculty and staff members got geared up for another semester Jan. 23, celebrating mid-year convocation in the Phoenix Room of the University Union. Chancellor Tom Harden’s final convocation — he’ll step aside as chancellor in August — was filled with moments both poignant and light-hearted, as he offered his final address to faculty […]
Hundreds of Brown County residents shared a vision for peace Saturday, Jan. 18 during the annual Community Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday. Held at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and presented in conjunction with UW-Green Bay, St. Norbert College and other community partners, the 19th annual celebration featured music, reflections and tributes to the great Civil Rights leader.
Monday’s mid-day temperature of about minus-15°F put January 6, 2014 into the record books as one of the coldest days ever. At UW-Green Bay, staff photographer Eric Miller snapped a few shots of the cold, blue skies from inside the Cofrin Library. From some windows, the camera captured a frozen landscape and ice-covered bay. From […]
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Art Program is taking the “360° experience” to a whole new visual level, with a 360° virtual tour of its facilities. The tour allows both web and mobile users to see UW-Green Bay’s exceptional studios and exhibition spaces. Users can use their mouse or mobile device to “move” laterally or vertically, and from one space to another, an experience that feels much like being there in person.
Saturday, Dec. 14 was a big day for UW-Green Bay’s newest alumni, and each reflected on something a little different as he or she waited to cross the commencement stage. For student speaker Andrea Reisenauer, it was the opportunities her time at the University presented, from study abroad to working closely with professors who care.
The weather outside is, well, frightful (but still beautiful). Campus photographer Eric Miller and interns Cheyenne Makinia and Chanel Aries captured the essence of early December at UW-Green Bay, proving that even though it is unusually cold this week, a peek outside the parka to enjoy one of the Midwest’s most beautiful universities is well […]
The post-game notes said it best, “a 75-72 non-conference win over the Virginia Cavaliers — a team ‘receiving votes’ in both national top-25 polls — put an exclamation point on an exciting weekend for the Green Bay men’s basketball program.”