Category: Close-ups

2017 Psychology grad Destany Calma-Birling has manuscript accepted for peer-reviewed publication

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As first-generation college student Destany Calma-Birling graduated with her class on Saturday, May 13, 2017, she had quite a bit to reflect upon. The Psychology major recently had her manuscript “Does A Brief Mindfulness Intervention Impact Quiz Performance?” accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal Psychology Learning and Teaching, quite the prestigious accomplishment for an […]

Hats off to the graduates

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It’s always fun to observe graduating students’ final thoughts as they leave their alma mater. See the decorated mortarboards at UW-Green Bay’s Spring 2017 Commencement ceremony. Click thumbnails to enter slideshow view or view the album on Flickr. – Photos by Dan Moore and Amanda Jo Danihel, Marketing and University Communication

Global connections: Master of Nursing (MSN-online) student Renee Payne takes her first steps on campus

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UW-Green Bay student Renee Payne stepped foot on campus for the first time at Saturday’s 2017 commencement ceremony (May 13, 2017), despite graduating with a Master’s of Science in Nursing (MSN-LINC) in Leadership and Management in Health Systems degree. In fact, she worked toward her degree from across the United States and around the globe. […]

An aerial, smashing, dunking and honoring send-off

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The University sponsored activities that exercised every emotion last Friday (May, 5, 2017), from elation to sorrow. The annual Res Fest has students in large numbers enjoying outdoor activities and refreshments. Green Bay Police and friends raised $284 for scholarships and Kappa Sigma raised $500 to benefit first responders of Green Bay with a Car […]

UW-Green Bay Student Napho Xiong selected to attend prestigious public health summer program

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UW-Green Bay human biology junior Napho Xiong has been selected to participate in the prestigious Summer Public Health Scholars Program (SPHSP) through Columbia University Medical Center in New York. The program is designed for undergraduate students to increase interest in and knowledge of public health and biomedical science careers. It includes public health course work […]

Video: Metropolis score offers unique opportunities for music and vocal students

One can appreciate the challenge to prepare music students to perform a world-premiere film score. When the music shifts from traditional sounds and lyrics, the stakes get even higher. It appears that Prof. Kevin Collins, who leads the Wind Ensemble and Studio Orchestra, and Randall Meder, who leads the UWGB Chorale, for next week’s Metropolis performance are […]

Gearing up to graduate

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The excitement was palpable as hundreds of soon-to-be UW-Green Bay graduates accepted their “UWGB Grad” canvas bags and entered the Phoenix Rooms for the 2017 spring Graduation Resource Fair through the course of two sessions. Students preparing to graduate in UW-Green Bay’s Spring Commencement Ceremony —11:30 a.m., Saturday, May 13 at the Kress Events Center […]

UW-Green Bay students use Lahey cartoons to show ‘political voice’

It is a wonderfully timely idea. Take advantage of a priceless collection of politically-oriented cartoons from University Archives to study the history of American political dialogue through the decades and to recognize the role of art in political dissent and commentary. “An Age in Ink” exhibit opened in the 407 Gallery (Fourth Floor) Studio Arts, […]

That’s a wrap: Business Week dinner completes a busy month for UW-Green Bay students and community partners

It culminates in the annual dinner and keynote event, but Business Week is really a month-long opportunity for business students and other UW-Green Bay students to enhance their classroom learning by participating in a variety of events, all of which include community business leaders. Events such as Learning to Dine Like a Professional, Elevator Pitch […]