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Nursing Program passes site visit with ‘flying colors’


Congratulations are in order for program chair Prof. Susan Gallagher-Lepak, Dean Sue Mattison, and the entire faculty and staff of the Professional Program in Nursing. Earlier this week, UW-Green Bay hosted a three-day site visit by reviewers for the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. They looked at four broad areas and 28 separate standards in […]

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UW-Green Bay Middle School Summer Art Studio Camp registration under way

Enrollment is open now for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Middle School Summer Art Studio, scheduled Sunday through Friday, June 14-19, on the University campus at 2420 Nicolet Drive. Students eligible to attend are those who will enter grades six through nine in fall 2015. Camp sessions will begin on Monday, June 15. Students can […]

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Last call: Nominate now for Academic Excellence Symposium


The 14th Annual UW-Green Bay Academic Excellence Symposium which showcases the academic excellence of our undergraduate and graduate students, and internships, will take place Tuesday April 7, in the Phoenix Room of the University Union, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Faculty are reminded to nominate students to present work, and have them complete the […]

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UW-Green Bay in top 20 of website’s Environmental Sciences Schools


Take it with a grain of salt — the website EnvironmentalScience.org is relatively new and lightly trafficked — but it’s always nice to see your name listed in any national ranking. UW-Green Bay appears at No. 15, right between the University of Vermont and the U.S. Military Academy on the site’s list of “Best Colleges […]

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Regents take steps to protect governance, tenure


The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports this afternoon that the UW System Board of Regents has voted to appoint two task forces to rapidly develop policies that would protect shared governance and tenure — tenets of academia that UW President Ray Cross referred to as “fundamental pillars of a world-class university system.” The task forces, to […]

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March madness begins this Phoenix Friday

This Friday (March 6) the Phoenix Bookstore is having a BOGOHO (buy one, get one half off) special. See store for details. Kristin Errett performs at 8 pm at Common Grounds Coffeehouse and the film “VHS Viral” is playing at Cheap Seats. Phoenix basketball returns on Saturday with the Green Bay women hosting Detroit in […]

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Faculty note: Gates’ art takes Best of Show at Slocumb


Associate Prof. Alison Gates (Art and Design/Women’s and Gender Studies) won the top honor of “Best of Show” in the Slocumb Gallery’s 30th annual Positive/Negative national juried art exhibition at East Tennessee State University. Her mixed-media sculpture, titled “Tyranny of Ancestry” was selected from over 300 entries by guest curator Mika Yoshitake of the Smithsonian’s […]

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Faculty note: Gurung chosen to speak at Eastern Psychological Association


Regan A.R. Gurung, professor of Human Development and Psychology, will be speaking as part of the Presidential Invited Symposium at the upcoming Eastern Psychological Association Conference in Philadelphia. His topic, “Go Tell it on the Mountain and Everywhere: Multiple Venues for Sharing Psychology.” Gurung is a past national president of the Society for the Teaching […]

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Local group joins UW-Green Bay Chorale, Concert Choir for March 12 concert

The UW-Green Bay Chorale and Concert Choir under the direction of Associate Prof. Randall Meder will be joined by special guests, Green Bay Choral Artists, in concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 12, at the Weidner Center. The concert will feature selections from a wide variety of composers, including Mozart, Tomás Luis de Victoria, Johannes […]

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Still more success for the Weidner Center


We carried a note in the Log a while back about an extraordinarily big week, activity-wise, for the Weidner Center. Since that last report, shortly after Valentine’s Day, the hectic pace has continued. In the two weeks since Feb. 19, the Weidner has hosted 17 shows with an approximate total attendance of 11,500 patrons. Acts […]

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