Grandparents’ University at UW-Green Bay continued a proud tradition of multigenerational fun in learning July 10-11, when nearly 200 grandparents and grandkids took part in the eighth annual camp. “We have 198 people who have registered for Grandparent University,” said Camps Director Mona Christensen. “It’s a two-day program where grandparents and grandkids sign up for a class that they take together.”
When UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Brian Sutton got the idea for his original musical, “Searching for Romeo,” he knew his chances of making it big — Broadway or major off-Broadway — weren’t great. He was confident in his idea, the re-telling of Shakespeare’s classic from the perspective of the “losers,” Rosaline and Paris. And yet […]
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Associate Prof. Clifton Ganyard is the recipient of a 2014 UW System Board of Regents Teaching Excellence Award, which will be presented Friday, June 6 at the Board of Regents meeting in Milwaukee. Ganyard, Humanistic Studies (History), is one of two UW System teachers to receive the 2014 accolade. The award […]
In just a few short months, UW-Green Bay senior Luke Bussiere will be headed to the Interdepartmental Microbiology Program at Iowa State University with remitted tuition and a fellowship. Current students who want to experience similar success should follow the wisdom of UWGB senior Bussiere… “Take advantage of every opportunity in your major including the small class sizes, multiple lab experiences and the multitude of research opportunities here,” he counsels.
The 13th annual Academic Excellence Symposium took place April 10 on campus and, as always, the mid-day fair in the University Union’s Phoenix Room was a chance for leading student researchers to display and explain their work and for talented artists and vocalists to share their talent. (We have the full roster of student presenters […]
Students in Professor Illene Cupit’s Infancy and Early Childhood Class took their learning to a new level this semester — researching a particular development concern, and then creating a three-fold brochure that would be appropriate for public dissemination — particularly for parents of young children. “I am a firm believer in active learning and want […]
UW-Green Bay Business Administration students got the lesson of a lifetime on a recent Thursday afternoon. The students enjoyed an informal, hour-long session with internationally known retail innovator Jim Sinegal, the co-founder and longtime CEO of Costco Wholesale.
UW-Green Bay Computer Science lecturer Ben Geisler boarded a train in Chicago March 13, bound for the largest-ever game developer conference of its kind in San Francisco 53 hours later. But in this case, it wasn’t the destination, but the journey that was noteworthy.
The Institute for Learning Partnership is showcasing the power of international collaboration this week, welcoming 16 Nigerian educators who are part of its newest professional development cohort.
March 12 was a big day for 16 UW-Green Bay undergraduates, as they got the opportunity to present their original research at the state Capitol in Madison. As participants in the 11th annual UW System Posters in the Rotunda event, the students had the opportunity to join some 150 of their peers from throughout the […]