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Summary: UW System President Ray Cross, Town Hall Forums, March 24, 2015

Below is a condensed summary of UW System President Ray Cross’s comments in town hall meetings at UW-Green Bay, March 24, 2015. For full audio (except for the opening five minutes at the student town hall forum; not recorded due to technical difficulties) please refer to audio files available on Chancellor Miller’s blog: http://blog.uwgb.edu/chancellor/2015/03/24/employee-town-hall-with-president-cross/. FROM […]

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More on Aldrete: 2015 Regents Teaching Excellence Award recipient

Mentioned yesterday, it bears repeating. UW-Green Bay Humanistic Studies Professor Greg Aldrete, will receive the UW System’s highest honor — the 2015 Regents Award for Excellence in Teaching. It’s more of the same for Aldrete, a passionate educator with a long list of national recognition and even some international fame. We tried to capture most […]

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Kick off your shoes, ‘DanceWorks’ is this weekend

Kick off your shoes, it’s time to boogie… or at least, it’s time to watch some impressive rug cutting! More impressive and accessible than Dancing with the Stars, DanceWorks is the upcoming main stage concert of dance from UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance. This eclectic, high-energy show will take the stage at the University Theatre […]

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Christine Smith facilitates Civil Rights documentary/discussion

Honoring Women’s History Month, the Green Bay–De Pere YWCA invites the public for a viewing and discussion of a new documentary film from Wisconsin Public Television (WPT), “Vel Phillips: Dream Big Dreams.” The event will be facilitated by Christine Smith, associate professor of Human Development and the chair of UW-Green Bay’s Women’s and Gender Studies […]

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Photos: Kriebel honored with sustainability award

We’ve got photos from the presentation of the 2015 Alumni Earth Caretaker Award to David Kriebel. The joint program of EMBI and the Alumni Association was held Monday, March 23. For photos and an updated feature.

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4K partner Mike Reed receives award

Congratulations to Mike Reed, director of the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary. He received the NEW Watershed Champion Award for his OAK Learning Center 4K program vision. UW-Green Bay faculty, alumni and students are active partners in the program. Reed received the award on Friday, March 20 (World Water Day 2015) at the Jack Day Environmental […]

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Audio access to Town Hall Meetings

For those who missed yesterday’s (March 24) Town Hall meetings with UW System President Ray Cross, the audio versions (with exception of the first five minutes of the student session (technical problems) is now available online. A written summary will be available tomorrow (March 26).

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Grunder’s round paces Green Bay golfers

Junior Sammi Grunder (Pardeeville, Wis.) fired the best round of her collegiate career, an even par 71 on Tuesday in the second round of the Butler Spring Invitational, finishing in a tie for third place. Her team took eighth. The Green Bay men’s golf team finished in fifth place, led by Senior Tyler Schmidt (Jefferson, […]

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Gerds says Army Field Band was ‘Mellifluous’/Swan lake ‘robust’

Critic at Large Warren Gerds described the U.S. Army Field Band performance last weekend at the Weidner Center as ‘Mellifluous.’ “Smoothly flowing. Starting a concert with a mellifluous voice signals that something grand is about to happen. And it did…” Worth the read. He also reviewed Moscow City Ballet’s “Swan Lake,” describing a “long overdue […]

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Just announced: Rodney Carrington at Weidner

He’s been making audiences laugh for more than 20 years and now he returns to the Weidner Center. Rodney Carrington, the country singer-songwriter, actor and writer will perform at the Weidner Center at 7 p.m. Saturday May 30. Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 27 at 11 a.m. Learn more about this unique actor […]

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