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Snapshots: Halloween at UW-Green Bay

It has become Halloween tradition for a group of UW-Green Bay employees and friends to get together (sort of like a witches’ coven) to observe Oct. 31. We also spotted the famous Flo on campus. And the final three photos capture the top finishers among students who dressed up for the Oct. 30 Gravedancers Ball […]

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Sandmires add to decades of philanthropy with $1 million gift for scholarships

In case you missed it in our Log Extra newsletter: UW-Green Bay’s longest-running donors have stepped up big-time with a record-tying $1 million gift for student scholarships. Dr. Herbert and Crystal Sandmire’s donation will support students who intend to pursue a career in medicine or related medical fields, and will enhance a legacy of generosity […]

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Installation RSVPs needed by Monday, Nov. 3

If you have not already done so, please RSVP by Monday, Nov. 3, for the Installation of Gary L. Miller as UW-Green Bay chancellor. The event takes place Friday, Nov. 14, at the Weidner Center, with the ceremony at 2 p.m. in the Weidner Center’s Cofrin Family Hall followed by a 3 p.m. reception in […]

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In future, D2L will be automatic, standard equipment


In order to improve the course setup process for faculty and students, Academic Technology Services and the Registrar’s Office are eliminating the need to request a D2L component for courses. Beginning with the Spring 2015 semester, nearly all courses will automatically have the Desire2Learn course shell created for them. Instructors who prefer not to use […]

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#PhoenixFriday gets frightening

This week’s edition of #PhoenixFridays takes a spooky turn with Halloween-related promotions over the weekend. Tonight (Thursday, Oct. 30) is the annual celebration of creative student costumes, the Grave Dancers Ball, at 9 p.m. in the Phoenix Room. The movie “The Purge: Anarchy” is playing at Cheapseats this weekend. On Friday (Oct. 31), the annual […]

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Visiting writers: ‘Dos Peruanos en Green Bay’


Associate Prof. Gabriel Saxton-Ruiz of Humanistic Studies invites the campus community to a pair of literary events next week featuring contemporary novelists from Peru. The visitors, Jennifer Thorndike and Francisco Ángeles, will be highlighted as “Two Peruvians in Green Bay” (Dos Peruanos en Green Bay) in events on campus and at The Attic Books & […]

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Faculty/staff note: Jones on tourniquets

David Jones, a police officer and emergency management coordinator with UW-Green Bay Public Safety, is the author of an article in the professional journal The Police Marksman. In the article, titled “Combat Application Tourniquet,” Jones writes about the change in attitude regarding the use of tourniquets to stop blood loss from extremity wounds in military […]

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New poll, new interviews: Helpap offers context for latest Marquette figures

Assistant Prof. David Helpap was called on Wednesday (Oct. 29) to provide context for the last Marquette Law School Poll before Tuesday’s election, speaking with WLUK, Fox 11 and the Green Bay Press-Gazette about what the latest numbers show. Incumbent Gov. Walker’s lead among likely voters (now 7 points statewide) suggests a significant turnout gap […]

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Ad analysis: Local 5 airs part two of series featuring Clampitt, Kraft

Part two of a Local 5 News story featuring two UW-Green Bay faculty members aired Tuesday (Oct. 28) evening, with Prof. Phil Clampitt and Prof. Emeritus Mike Kraft continuing their analysis of television advertising in the hotly contested gubernatorial election. The story from reporter Jenn Sullivan focused largely on the visual images chosen for TV […]

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Upcoming: Catch UW-Green Bay’s jazz ensembles next week

UW-Green Bay Music will present an evening of Jazz Wednesday (Nov. 5), when its Jazz I, Jazz II and Vocal Jazz ensembles take the Weidner Center mainstage at 7:30 p.m. The Vocal Jazz Ensemble and Jazz I Ensemble, both under the direction of Associate Prof. John Salerno, will bookend the evening of performances. In between, […]

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