About 650 students crossed the stage at the Kress Events Center Saturday (May 18) to receive their diplomas at UW-Green Bay’s 44th spring commencement. It was a ceremony to remember, in pictures.
The Cofrin Library and University Advancement partnered in a cute little activity for students. They created postcards from the library that students can fill out just to reassure their parents that they are indeed studying for finals. One has a checkbox method with choices such as “Thank You” and “I can’t wait to graduate.” The [...]
Symposiums can be hard to capture with images. Most of the high-level discussions happen during the panels and roundtable discussions.
UW-Green Bay is a University well-known for providing undergraduate research experiences typically reserved for graduate school. These young researchers had two opportunities recently to demonstrate their exceptional work. Six UW-Green Bay undergrads shared their research on everything from nerdiness to cancer and online trust Wednesday (April 17), showing their stuff during the 10th annual Posters [...]
What’s love (and sex) got to do with it? Plenty, if you ask UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Denise Bartell. And she’s got the data to back it up.
The newly renamed UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance program will present Danceworks, a concert of faculty and student choreography, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 5 and Saturday, April 6 at the University Theatre in Theatre Hall.
The UW-Green Bay Phoenix women’s basketball team earned its third straight Horizon League championship Sunday, March 17, notching a 54-38 home court win over Loyola. The victory earned the women an automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament, where they will play LSU in first-round action at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, March 24 in Baton Rouge, La.
Head to any Green Bay women’s basketball game at the Kress Events Center and you can’t help but be highly entertained and energized by a student group known as the Green Bandana Brigade (GBB).
For the past four decades, campus life at UW-Green Bay has been regularly enhanced with performances by musicians, inspirational speakers, comedians — even hypnotists. The students and advisers of Good Times Programming have tirelessly brought high-quality entertainment to UW-Green Bay to enrich student life and create a greater sense of community throughout the campus.
For one week in February, a UW-Green Bay student is the official voice of the @UWpowersMe Twitter account.