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UW-Green Bay camps featured in Press-Gazette story on summer learning loss

UW-Green Bay summer camps once again made the front page of the Green Bay Press-Gazette this weekend, with a centerpiece photo from last week’s middle school music camp and an interview with camps director Mona Christensen. The story’s topic was summer learning loss, the phenomenon of K-12 students losing some of their academic skills during […]

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News flash: Details dribble in on Harden event

We have learned a little more about the farewell and thank-you event for Tom and Cathy Harden next Wednesday, July 30, from noon to 2:30 p.m., on the outdoor plaza outside the University Union. The ice cream social marks Tom’s next-to-last official day as chancellor. The new news is this: the four ice cream flavors […]

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HR holds workshop Wednesday on performance reviews, titles, contracts

UW-Green Bay’s Office of Human Resources is reminding employees and supervisors of the session “Performance Evaluations, Career Progression and Title Change and Academic Staff Contracts” taking place Wednesday (July 23) from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the 1965 Room of the University Union. Participation is free, of course, but pre-registration is requested at https://jfe.qualtrics.com/form/SV_26jOcwTUeEvXgqh. HR […]

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Sykes gains invite to Chris Paul basketball camp

Green Bay senior guard Keifer Sykes will be one of the 20 collegiate guards nationally to participate in the invitation-only CP3 Elite Guard Camp hosted by Los Angeles Clipper and NBA All-Star point guard Chris Paul. Sykes, who says he has never been to any basketball camp, will attend the camp run by one of […]

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Christmas Week in Vegas for the Phoenix

The Green Bay men’s basketball team will head to Nevada this December to compete in the 2014 Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic on Dec. 21-22. The tough mid-major field will include two regular season conference champions from last season, including the Phoenix and defending Big West champ UC Irvine, and Missouri Valley Conference member Bradley […]

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Up next at the Garden Café

Wednesday, July 23 Entrée:    Roast Turkey with Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Soups:     Tomato Lentil (vegetarian), Ham & Bean Thursday, July 24 Entrée:    Grilled Salmon with Cucumber Mint Salsa and Roasted Red Potatoes Soups:     Cheese Soup with Pretzel Croutons (Vegetarian), Chicken Tortilla Friday, July 25 Entrée:    Tortilla Ranch Chicken with Wild […]

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SBDC at UW-Green Bay among partners for lean marketing series

The Wisconsin Small Business Development Center at UW-Green Bay is a partner in presenting a four-part, 16-hour workshop series for micro and small businesses. Marketing Made Lean participants will learn to use techniques for gathering customer insight and feedback to increase brand awareness, using hands-on activities designed to reinforce concepts and create a lean marketing […]

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Bowling Green staffer joins Phoenix as assistant AD

Craig Sandlin, currently the assistant AD for marketing and promotions at Bowling Green State University, will begin Aug. 6 as the new Assistant Athletics Director for External Relations at Green Bay. At Bowling Green, he created marketing plans and PA scripts and served as the game day producer for football, men’s and women’s basketball, and […]

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Former UNC star will coach Phoenix women’s soccer

A former member of the United States National Team and an NCAA All-American for national champion North Carolina, Kacey Burke has been hired as the next head women’s soccer coach at Green Bay, Director of Athletics Mary Ellen Gillespie announced on Friday. For the past two years, Burke has served as an assistant coach at […]

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Blankets, weeds and wolves: TRiO students give back to community

Teenagers enrolled in TRiO programs at UW-Green Bay begin and end their summers with community-service projects. On June 30, 41 Upward Bound students headed to the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary for a day of removing invasive species, primarily garlic mustard, which chokes out native species. When they finished pulling and bagging the plants, they had […]

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