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Convocation redux: The day in words and pictures

In case you missed it in Friday’s Log Extra, we’ve got your complete Mid-Year Convocation recap to kick off the week. From service anniversaries to emeriti honors, a new endowed chair and Chancellor Gary Miller’s remarks, you can check it out, here: Event recap, photo gallery Service anniversaries, emeriti honorees Radosevich honored as Cofrin Endowed […]

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Students use hands, hearts to build Habitat home

On Friday, we brought you a great story and photo gallery featuring 30 UW-Green Bay students who spent winter break building a Habitat for Humanity home in Taos, N.M. Dean of Enrollment Services Michael Stearney, the group’s adviser, captured the long journey, hard work and tremendous rewards of the trip in words and pictures. See […]

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Packers loss devastating? Gurung column puts game in perspective

Prof. Regan Gurung put the Jan. 18 Packers playoff loss in perspective last week, writing a “Today’s Take” column that appeared in Thursday’s (Jan. 22) Green Bay Press-Gazette. In it, Gurung takes issue with using the word “devastating” — as so many have — to describe the outcome of the NFC Championship game. “Let’s put […]

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News coverage: University to participate in sexual assault survey

Dean of Students Brenda Amenson-Hill and Student Government Association President Vanya Koepke talked about proactive approaches to addressing the issue of sexual assault for a story that aired Friday (Jan. 23) on WBAY, Channel 2. UW-Green Bay volunteered to be one of 14 schools nationwide that will participate in a Department of Justice-commissioned survey on […]

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Reminder: Sexual assault reporting requirements

With a new semester starting, the Dean of Students Office is issuing the following reminder to the campus community: All employees are required by law to report knowledge of sexual assaults on campus. The goal is to address the needs of students. By gathering information we will know the extent of sexual assaults and provide […]

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Scholarship for late Prof. Baer nears goal

The memorial scholarship for Social Work Prof. Betty Baer is just shy of its goal of $12,500 for endowed status. The scholarship was established prior to Baer’s passing with a matching gift from alumnus Doug Wirth ’89. Wirth’s goal is to ensure that Baer’s mantra of “think globally, act locally” reaches UW-Green Bay students for generations […]

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Alum Simons ’98 is new Brown County Library Director

A UW-Green Bay alumnus has been named the new director of the Brown County Library. Brian Simons ’98 is a Green Bay native who has served as Library Director of the Verona Public Library since 2008. Simons was featured in the fall 2013 issue of UW-Green Bay’s Inside magazine after the Verona library was named […]

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Art and Design’s Lee a most eligible bachelor

Assistant Prof. Minku Lee has been named by You Magazine as one of Green Bay’s most eligible bachelors. The Art and Design faculty member was profiled in You’s January issue, talking in a fun feature about his love of Skittles — and his disdain for smartphone-obsessed dates. He lists family as his biggest influence, and […]

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Studies and snow angels: Nursing hosts visiting scholar from Brazil

Prof. Maria Márcia Bachion of the Federal University of Goiás (Brazil), recently completed three weeks as a UW-Green Bay visiting scholar in the Professional Program of Nursing. Bachion is currently completing her postdoctoral work under the direction of Dr. Alba Lucia Bottura Leite de Barros, at the Escola Paulista de Enfermagem of the Federal University […]

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Register now: Spanish in the Professions starts Feb. 7

Individuals looking to improve their Spanish-speaking ability for work or travel are invited to sign up for UW-Green Bay’s spring Spanish in the Professions course, beginning Feb. 7. This highly interactive online course is designed for customer service representatives, call center employees, hospitality workers, social workers, teachers and others. Noncredit, undergraduate and graduate credit options […]

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