For UW-Green Bay junior Dani Thyes, the decision to take a for-credit internship wasn’t easy. But after a semester working hands-on with cardiac rehab patients at Ripon Medical Center, the Human Biology major says it’s one of the best choices she’s made. “I would say that I was very skeptical about taking internships because it’s [...]
From internship project to full-fledged after-school program, the Phuture Phoenix FLITE initiative is making a difference for students at Green Bay Preble High School. Begun in Spring 2010 by Diana Delbecchi, then an intern with UW-Green Bay’s signature college-readiness program and now a University Financial Aid staff member, FLITE is helping high school students prepare [...]
Six UW-Green Bay undergraduate researchers joined about 100 of their peers at the state Capitol April 17, showing their stuff during the 10th annual Posters in the Rotunda event. This UW System-wide undergraduate research showcase allows students to present their work to state leaders and legislators, as well as students, faculty and administrators from across [...]
Leave it to Student Life to pick the perfect spring day (Friday, April 26) to celebrate this year’s Common Theme:
Students and faculty of UW-Green Bay brought an eclectic array of artistic talent to the Phoenix Club during the first ever Create-a-Thon event April 19. Demonstrations included sketches, painting, music, poetry, knitting and many other unique artistic exhibitions. UW-Green Bay’s campus Common Theme of “Creativity, Innovation and Vision” was well represented during the daylong celebration. [...]
In his remarks at the April 15 Student Employee of the Year reception, Dean of Enrollment Services Mike Stearney gave a snapshot of student employment on our campus that is worth repeating.
Some 400 middle and high school students from across the region shared their perspectives — and projects — on “Turning Points in History: People, Ideas and Events” Saturday, April 6, during the National History Day competition held on campus at UW-Green Bay.
UW-Green Bay’s Art Agency student group hosted its annual Empty Bowls fundraiser Wednesday, April 3 in the Cloud Commons of the University Union. Students and faculty make handmade ceramic bowls, which are then filled with chili or soup donated by local restaurants. All of the proceeds from this year’s event will be donated to Kingdom Come, an Oconto Falls food bank.
A long, cold winter has meant dozens of days on the ice so far this year for UW-Green Bay student JJ Malvitz, who is fishing his way through college as a licensed Great Lakes guide.
Call it a success. The third annual Business Week certainly touched all three elements of this year’s theme, “Creativity, Innovation and Vision.” The event was sponsored by the Austin E. Cofrin School of Business and Career Services at UW-Green Bay.