Category: Newsroom

UW-Green Bay hosts ‘draft-like’ day at Preble

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On Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 18-19, 2018, UW-Green Bay hosted an event for Preble High School. The event was inspired by the draft day held last spring at Lambeau Field. Preble counselors approached UW-Green Bay to host a dynamic and interesting higher education-focused event at their school, attended by all 550 seniors over the course […]

Lunch and Learn opportunity — American Indian Studies Summer Institute

If you missed the Wisconsin American Indian Studies Summer Institute this year and or would like to learn more about it, please join Bao Sengkhammee from Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA) and she will share her experience and some of her take-a-ways from the Institute. The lunch and learn will be on Thursday, Oct. 11, from […]

Information Technology — New name, improved service

The Division of Information Technology (formerly Information Services) not only sports a new name, but also a new organizational structure and a new approach to providing top- notch technology support. The new Division of IT now has four teams: Client Services – provides support through the IT Service Desk. Support includes workstations, printers, classroom technology, a/v […]

What Makes an Educational Experience High Impact?

What Makes an Educational Experience High Impact? Find out, Monday, Oct. 8, 2018 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. in the 1965 Room, University Union, Green Bay Campus. The presentation will be led by UW System Presenters: Carleen Vande Zande, associate vice president, Academic Programs & Educational Innovation and Fay Y. Akindes, director, Systemwide Professional & Instructional Development. Register […]

Prof. Ryan Martin and Assistant Prof. Alan Chu discuss sports psychology in new ‘Psych and Stuff’ podcast episode

New from Phoenix Studios is the latest episode of the podcast Psych and Stuff. In this first episode of season four, Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology/Human Development) and Assistant Prof. Alan Chu (Human Development) delve into the world of sport psychology. The discussion covers a variety of aspects within the discipline, from mental health to performance […]

$1 coffee, tea and assorted hot beverages available on second floor of Cofrin Library

There will be $1 coffee, tea and other assorted hot beverages available on the second floor of the Cofrin Library all day, every day. Feature blends include: Light, medium and dark roast coffees, hot cocoa, apple cider, pumpkin spice coffee, chai tea latte and caramel vanilla cream coffee. Managed by Your University Union.

Reminder: The Phoenix Club serves bagels and cream cheese

Personnel at The Phoenix Club, Green Bay Campus, are excited to announce a partnership with Lox, Stock ‘N Bagel to offer fresh bagels and cream cheese at the Club. Bagels are now available Monday through Friday starting at 9 a.m. and until supplies last. Bagels will only be $1 each on Mondays. Bagels for $1.50: Plain Asiago […]

Press-Gazette coverage: ‘Cat Grandpa’ goes viral at pet shelter owned by UW-Green Bay alumna

Safe Haven Pet Sanctuary and Cat Cafe in Green Bay, owned by UW-Green Bay alumna Elizabeth Feldhausen ’15 (Psychology and Human Development), has gone viral due to one volunteer that has been dubbed “The Cat Grandpa.” Photos showing De Pere resident Terry Lauerman, 75, sleeping while surrounded by cats have taken the media storm. Read the story from […]