Category: Leading & Learning

Haiku! Bless you!

In celebration of National Haiku Poetry Day observed yesterday (April 17, 2019) UW-Green Bay put out a call to the University community, alumni and friends to share their #uwgbhaiku. Dean Chuck Rybak (College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) shares the history and some insight on the ancient expression. His spontaneous haiku: The sun has […]

UW-Green Bay Theatre & Dance presents ‘Julius Caesar’ April 26-27 & May 2-4

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GREEN BAY – The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Theatre & Dance will be presenting “Julius Caesar” by William Shakespeare April 26-27 and May 2-4 at 7:30 p.m. in the University Theatre located in UW-Green Bay’s Theatre Hall building. The play is directed by Guest Artist Alan Kopischke. A decorated general and ambitious politician, Julius Caesar […]

Green Bay Audubon chapter takes part in National Audubon D.C. Fly In

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The UW-Geen Bay Audubon Student Conservation Chapter, which has been recognized as the first Audubon college chapter in the nation, participated in a “fly in” hosted by the National Audubon Society in Washington, D.C., April 10-12, 2019. The purpose of the fly in was to put people who are passionate about birds and conservation in […]

Photos: High school students flex academic muscles at UW-Green Bay this week

Students in the Academic Competition

It’s a competition that dates back decades, and for the last two years, UW-Green Bay has had the privilege of hosting. The 2019 Academic Competition brought more than 375 competitors from 15 Northeast Wisconsin schools to the Green Bay Campus on Tuesday, April 9. Students were accompanied by 50 high school teachers who served as […]

The Teaching Press at UW-Green Bay Launches with First Book, Open House, April 4, 2019

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The Teaching Press at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will premiere its first publication, a collection of poems by Tim Weyenberg, on Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in UW-Green Bay’s Cofrin Library, Room 125D (ground floor). This event is free and open to the public. The Teaching Press is a brand new, […]

‘Cultures of Spain’ class digs deep in documents donated by alumnus Cruz-Uribe

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UW-Green Bay Archives and Area Research recently hosted the class, “Cultures of Spain” taught by Spanish Prof. Cristina Ortiz. The students broadened their perspectives, studying a collection of materials donated by alumnus, Benjamin Cruz-Uribe ’73 ’79 (Ecosystems Analysis and Master of Environmental Arts & Sciences). The unique documents had been handed down through generations of his […]

Social Work senior class presents year-long research to United Way

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Culminating a year-long research project, the Bachelor of Social Work senior class gave a presentation to the United Way on Thursday, March 14, 2019 in the Christie Theater. Annually, seniors in the Social Work Program take on a collaborative research project with a community partner. This year, the students worked with United Way to learn […]

Elder-centric debit card concept wins WiSys Innovation in Aging competition at UW-Green Bay

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The Assist team took first place in UW-Green Bay’s third annual WiSys Innovation in Aging student idea competition on March 1, 2019 with its “Scan Shield” concept of a safe debit card design specifically for the elderly. FIRST PLACE The Assist — made up of UW-Green Bay students Jenna Bares, Emily Lautenschlager, Tommy Mlodzik and […]

Marinette Campus professor researches possible link between environmental exposure to algae and Alzheimer’s

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You wouldn’t think that a professor whose work mainly focuses on dry, arid landscapes would have much relevance to life near the Great Lakes. But, UW-Green Bay Prof. Renee Richer’s research may help change the way the world looks at Alzheimer’s and ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease, by changing the way we look at… algae. […]

Photos: Faculty Art Exhibition at Lawton Gallery

Faculty Art Exhibition in the Lawton Gallery

Here’s your chance to see some fantastic work by talented faculty from all four UW-Green Bay campuses. The exhibit runs through Feb. 28, 2019, with work by: Kayla Bauer Toni Damkoehler Sarah Detweiler Lydia Dildillian Alison Gates Jason Houge Minkyu Lee Berel Lutsky Danica Oudeans Ellen Rosewall Mark Sauter Gena Selby Christine Style Tom Uebelherr […]