Category: Leading & Learning

UW-Green Bay’s ‘spiderman’ adds to extensive collection

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UW-Green Bay and its “spiderman,” Prof. Mike Draney, have what is believed to be the largest collection of arachnids (spider specimens) in the state of Wisconsin. Recently, Draney picked up the last of the spiders from the approximately 10,000 donated from the Kaspar household. John “Jack” Kaspar, Ph.D., an arachnologist and biology professor at UW […]

UW-Green Bay student Maria Arunkumar has ‘engaging idea’

Maria Arunkumar

Tying the knot, walking down the aisle, saying “I do”… Whatever you call it, planning the big day is about to get a whole lot easier if UW-Green Bay Business Administration student Maria Arunkumar has something to say about it. The Singapore native and UW-Green Bay sophomore recently won her first  business idea pitching competition […]

UW-Green Bay student Sam Hunt named WiSys Innovator of the Year

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Story by UW-Green Bay and WiSys: Following a year of unprecedented innovation and research activity across the UW System, WiSys chose two innovators to receive the Carl E. Gulbrandsen Innovator of the Year award: UW-Green Bay student Sam Hunt and UW-Platteville Assistant Prof. Gokul Gopalakrishnan. They were recognized recently at WSTS Symposium hosted by UW-Parkside […]

Video: Garden partners

Campus Garden Intern Libby Schmit and faculty member Debra Pearson (Human Biology, Nutrition Science/Dietetics) take us behind the scenes to the campus gardens. The gardens and hoop house provide more than an opportunity to consume fresh, pesticide free produce. It’s also an applied learning opportunity for students. UW-Green Bay’s Sustainability Committee financially supports the intern […]

An Unlikely Time Machine

Viking House on the UW-Green Bay Campus

UW-Green Bay’s new Viking House transports visitors to medieval Norway The first glimpse of the low, wooden structure sitting alone near Wood Hall gives no clue it is, in a sense, a time machine, ready to transport visitors 1,000 years into the past, to experience daily life in medieval Scandinavia. This is the Viking House, […]

Photos: 2018 Summer Camps

2018 Middle School Summer Art Camp

Summer camps are underway! UW-Green Bay is offering a wide range of summer camps for middle- and high-school students in June and July. From art to science, our beautiful campus hosts 14 different camps for students to enjoy this summer! Campers can commute, or stay overnight in campus residence housing. The summer 2018 fun has kicked […]

UW-Green Bay pre-service students find literacy partners in Howard-Suamico School District

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UW-Green Bay pre-service teachers have benefited from the opportunity to practice and apply their literacy teaching and learning in a closely-monitored field experience with the Howard-Suamico School District (HSSD). UW-Green Bay student Anthoni Ahnen graduated from Bay Port and is currently working alongside her third/fourth grade teacher at Howard Elementary. Dan Naef, an Air Force […]

UW-Green Bay Professor Harvey Kaye in national spotlight to talk film and ‘Four Freedoms’

Kaye joins Ben Mankiewicz, for a national television broadcast on TCM

Don’t expect University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Professor Harvey J. Kaye to go “all Hollywood” on us just because he is appearing on national television next week. In fact, for Kaye, one of UW-Green Bay’s longest standing faculty members, it’s more of the same — sharing with an audience (albeit a much larger one) his passion […]

Xiong tells graduates: ‘Create your own paj ntaub story’

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Tears of pride and joy, in her family, her Hmong heritage, her UW-Green Bay family, and herself, flowed freely as graduate Bao Nhia Xiong ’18 spoke at the UW-Green Bay Spring Commencement ceremony at the Kress Events Center on Saturday, May 12, 2018. Xiong, the Spring 2018 Commencement Speaker, was chosen to speak on behalf […]