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Slideshow: December ’14 commencement ceremony

Slideshow: December ’14 commencement ceremony

UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary Miller shook plenty of hands and handed out hundreds of diplomas Saturday (Dec. 13) at the Weidner Center. He also presented an honorary doctorate to UW-Green Bay community advocate Ginny Riopelle. The University 45th mid-year commencement was the first for Miller since he arrived on campus in August.

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Sights and sounds: Lambeau Field welcomes UW-Green Bay Day

Sights and sounds: Lambeau Field welcomes UW-Green Bay Day

Campus and community alike got the chance to have a blast while learning more about UW-Green Bay Nov. 15, during the first-ever UW-Green Bay Day at Lambeau Field. Part of UW-Green Bay’s partnership with the Green Bay Packers, the event offered a little something for everyone.

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Snapshots of a celebration

Snapshots of a celebration

Student government president Vanya Koekpke shared a moment of fun with new Chancellor Gary L. Miller at Friday’s formal installation ceremony for Miller at UW-Green Bay. UW System President Ray Cross described the day of ceremony and celebration as “a public endorsement, a public representation that, ‘OK, the University has a new leader.’” (Click thumbnails […]

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‘Meet-the-Chancellor’ event a hit with students

‘Meet-the-Chancellor’ event a hit with students

Gary Miller and his wife, Georgia (at center, above), were guests of honor at a lunch hour get-together Tuesday, Nov. 11, at Cloud Commons in the University Union. The informal reception was a student welcome for UW-Green Bay’s new chancellor, scheduled to be formally installed as the University’s new leader in a ceremony at the Weidner Center later in the week.

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Watershed monitoring program receives $2,600-plus “Green Gift” from Cellcom

Watershed monitoring program receives $2,600-plus “Green Gift” from Cellcom

UW-Green Bay’s Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program received $2,679 from Cellcom Tuesday (Nov. 4), accepting the “Green Gift” donation as part of the company’s cellphone recycling program. LFRWMP Outreach and Education Coordinator Annette Pelegrin was on hand for the check presentation, which took place during a morning Biology class at West De Pere High School. […]

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From farm to fellowship: Student earns $50K EPA award

From farm to fellowship: Student earns $50K EPA award

Wisconsin has quickly become No. 1 in the country for organic dairy and beef farms. Public demand has led to rapid development of organic farms across the state. While organic agriculture produces a quality product that consumers can feel good about, the fact remains that organic agriculture still produces waste. And that’s where UW-Green Bay’s […]

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Eco U’s integrated curriculum made big impression on Northwoods naturalist

Eco U’s integrated curriculum made big impression on Northwoods naturalist

UW-Green Bay’s integration of higher education and the environment has imprinted a lasting impression on alumnus John Bates ’74 of Communication Action. Bates used lessons learned at Eco U to forge a successful career as a Wisconsin naturalist, writer, blogger, professor and nature guide in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. Bates looks back on his days […]

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Power of partnership: Phoenix Athletics, Prevea make a winning team

Power of partnership: Phoenix Athletics, Prevea make a winning team

Jeremy Cleven (above) head athletics trainer for the Phoenix, is far from alone in his work despite being the only sports medicine professional formally employed by UW-Green Bay. Take, for example, his colleague Callie Bartel, who has long been steeped in the culture and camaraderie of Phoenix Athletics at UW-Green Bay. She’s an alumna who […]

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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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