For veterans like Michael Crum, the call of duty to serve others does not end when he exchanges his uniform for street clothes. Crum served four years in the Marine Corps from 1997-2001 and is a UW-Green Bay graduate student in the Social Work Collaborative M.S.W. program.
For Janet and Charlie Lieb, involvement with UW-Green Bay’s signature Phuture Phoenix program came naturally.
In a partnership that gives real-world experience to college undergraduates, six UW-Green Bay students are serving with the Green Bay Area Public Schools Title I program, in partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of Green Bay. It’s the fourth semester the partners are working together. UW-Green Bay Assistant Professor of Psychology Jenell Holstead is [...]
UW-Green Bay students who are recipients of scholarships funded by the generosity of the Founders Association posed for a photo Friday afternoon, Nov. 8, at a donor/student reception at the Weidner Center. Celebrating 40 years this year, the Founders Association is the vehicle for annual giving by community members, past and present UW-Green Bay employees, University alumni, parents and various friends of the institution.
Nearly 100 participants laced up their walking shoes Saturday, Oct. 19, taking to the Cofrin Memorial Arboretum trails for the eighth annual UW-Green Bay Steps to Make a Difference Walk. Held to celebrate national Make a Difference Day, this year’s event raised more than $3,000 for four local nonprofit organizations that were chosen by student [...]
Packers President Mark Murphy got a standing ovation from an audience of 250 or more at the annual Chancellor’s Scholarship Dinner on stage at the Weidner Center last Friday night (Oct. 18). Murphy and Chancellor Tom Harden announced a major challenge gift from the Green Bay Packers Foundation to raise money for UW-Green Bay student scholarships.
The stage of the Weidner Center was packed Oct. 4 on the occasion of the Chancellor’s Named Scholarship Reception. The annual event brings together the UW-Green Bay student recipients of named scholarships and the community philanthropists who make the awards possible. Students took turns displaying “appreciation” messages as they posed with their respective donors prior [...]
Last week puppet expert and professional actor Kevin Noonchester led a weeklong “Puppet Camp” — six, three-hour sessions that provided basic principles and a huge respect for puppetry to UW-Green Bay student cast members preparing for the musical, “Avenue Q.”
It was a beautiful day for the third annual UW-Green Bay Retiree Association Benefit Golf Outing, August 22. Nearly 40 golfers and dinner guests — including alumni, current employees, and friends of the University — joined retired UW-Green Bay faculty and staff at Shorewood Golf Course for fun and to raise money for the UW-Green Bay Retiree Association Scholarship.
Distance is no deterrent for Marcia Mueller when it comes time to return for the annual Named Scholarship Reception at UW-Green Bay.