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Theatre and Dance to present “Uncommon Women and Others”

Theatre and Dance to present “Uncommon Women and Others”

UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance will present Uncommon Women and Others, a play by Wendy Wasserstein, beginning Oct. 16 in the Jean Weidner Theatre at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. It is intended for mature audiences only. In this video preview, cast and director share their thoughts and insights into the play as […]

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Looking back, looking ahead: The year in review at UW-Green Bay

Looking back, looking ahead: The year in review at UW-Green Bay

UW-Green Bay built on success while blazing new trails during the year, continuing to embrace a 360° of Learning approach on campus and in the community. It was a year of stellar academics as our award-winning faculty teamed with well-prepared students for high-profile research, hands-on learning and innovative opportunities. We welcomed our most diverse freshman […]

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Chancellor Miller making acquaintances, media rounds in first weeks on the job

Chancellor Miller making acquaintances, media rounds in first weeks on the job

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay welcomed its newest leader Friday, Aug. 1, when Gary L. Miller became the sixth chancellor in University history. Most recently the chancellor of the University of North Carolina-Wilmington, Miller says UW-Green Bay presents a tremendous opportunity at a critical time. “I think this is a real transformational time in American […]

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The bee’s knees: Campus keepers reap sweet rewards with harvest

The bee’s knees: Campus keepers reap sweet rewards with harvest

A contingent of UW-Green Bay student beekeepers got to taste the fruits of their labor July 29, harvesting honey from two new hives located near the campus Heating and Cooling Plant Building. The project is up and running thanks to a new student organization, the GBees, with the hives and their tenants arriving on campus this spring.

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Gary L. Miller named sixth chancellor of UW-Green Bay; will assume role Aug. 1

Gary L. Miller named sixth chancellor of UW-Green Bay; will assume role Aug. 1

Gary L. Miller, chancellor of the University of North Carolina Wilmington, has been named the sixth chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Miller’s appointment was confirmed today (Monday, June 2) by the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents, following the recommendation of a selection committee. He will begin his new role Aug. 1.

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NCAA appearance caps record-setting season for softball

NCAA appearance caps record-setting season for softball

The Green Bay softball team’s NCAA Tournament run appearance ended with a loss to Auburn on Saturday, May 17. (Read more about the Tournament.) Despite the loss, the team celebrated a sensational season — tying a softball program record with 27 wins (14 losses) and winning the Horizon League regular season title for the first […]

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Nuova casa: UW-Green Bay celebrates da Vinci statue dedication

Nuova casa: UW-Green Bay celebrates da Vinci statue dedication

The quintessential Renaissance man now has a permanent home at an institution known for embodying his interdisciplinary ideals. UW-Green Bay officially unveiled its new statue of Leonardo da Vinci May 14 with a ceremony, concert and reception on campus. A gift of the Romualdo Del Bianco Foundation, the 550-pound bust now resides in the Lenfestey […]

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Go Green: Linzmeyer receives UW-Green Bay’s Earth Caretaker Award

Go Green: Linzmeyer receives UW-Green Bay’s Earth Caretaker Award

UW-Green Bay’s Environmental Management Business Institute (EMBI) recognized UW-Green Bay alumnus Paul Linzmeyer ’78 April 21 as the fifth recipient of the University’s Earth Caretaker Award for his work on regional and international sustainability.

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Power of partnership: Nature-based 4K means fun in learning outdoors

Power of partnership: Nature-based 4K means fun in learning outdoors

For some of Green Bay’s littlest learners, the greatest classroom is the great outdoors. They’re students in the Green Bay School District’s new nature-based 4-year-old kindergarten program, a partnership between the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, the school district and UW-Green Bay.

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Go Green: Thut has full-circle experience with watershed monitoring

Go Green: Thut has full-circle experience with watershed monitoring

Just eight years ago Preble High School student Allison Thut worked with teacher Chris Hansel and a team of other students to monitor Baird Creek as part of the Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program(LFRWMP). Less than a decade later, Hansel and Thut are now peers, and Thut, a science teacher at Pulaski High School, […]

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