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New WiSys director meets UWGB

Arjun Sanga is the new Executive Director of WiSys Technology Foundation (started January 2014) —the technology transfer resource office for UW comprehensive campuses. While visiting UW-Green Bay Wednesday, April 23, Sanga met the following UWGB researchers: Franklin Chen, Susan Gallagher-Lepak, Mike Zorn, John Katers and John Stoll. He also spent time with Sue Mattison, Kelly Franz, […]

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UW-Green Bay Chorale, Concert Choir to perform April 30

The UW-Green Bay Chorale and Concert Choir will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 30, in the Cofrin Family (main) Hall at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts on campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive. This 32nd event of the 2013-14 season will feature music from a wide variety of composers, including Johann Sebastian Bach, James […]

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UW-Green Bay Wabikon project contributes to global carbon mapping

Over the past half dozen years, faculty, staff and students from UW-Green Bay’s Cofrin Center for Biodiversity have been busy measuring (and re-measuring) more than 50,000 trees at the Wabikon Forest Dynamics Plot near Crandon. The project is led by Profs. Amy Wolf and Bob Howe of Natural and Applied Sciences, and Gary Fewless, curator […]

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‘Anger guy,’ ‘Happy’ video: Martin pens column for Psychology Today

By now you’ve probably seen the irrepressibly fun, irresistibly catchy UW-Green Bay Psychology take on Pharrell Williams’ mega-hit, “Happy” (if you haven’t, check it out here. We’ll wait). You might also know that Associate Prof. Ryan Martin, UW-Green Bay’s resident “anger guy” (see http://blog.uwgb.edu/alltherage/martin/) was a driving force behind the video — and that the […]

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UW System welcomes news of Legislative signoff on new personnel systems

UW System officials on Wednesday received approval to begin implementation of new personnel systems statewide. The new systems — known by the acronym UPS — were originally scheduled to have begun in 2013, but later delayed until July 1, 2015. “It is highly encouraging to receive this support from our legislative leaders,” said UW System […]

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Fritz Erickson, formerly of UWGB, gets top job at NMU

Fritz Erickson has been named the 15th president of Northern Michigan University, effective July 1. The NMU Board of Trustees voted unanimously in favor of the appointment at a public session Tuesday. Erickson, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Mich., was dean of the College of Professional […]

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Photo gallery: Applied learning, geology and a buried forest

The Log welcomes photo submissions from faculty, staff and students. We thank Prof. John Luczaj of Geoscience and NAS for submitting images of recent “applied learning” opportunities during field trips in his glacial geology course, Quaternary Geology. Adding to the cool factor: At one stop, students found evidence of the Two Creeks Buried Forest, 13,500 […]

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EMBI teams up for Heating the Midwest Conference April 30-May 1

UW-Green Bay’s Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) is partnering with the Oneida Energy Team and Heating the Midwest organization to present the third annual Heating the Midwest Conference Wednesday, April 30 and Thursday, May 1 at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center Green Bay. Held as this year’s EMBI Green Innovations Conference, the two-day […]

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Center for Public Affairs to present grant-writing, GIS, fundraising training

The UW-Green Bay Center for Public Affairs will offer three separate spring and summer training opportunities for campus and community attendees. The offerings kick off Wednesday, May 21 with Grant Writing I: A Skill Building Workshop and continue with GIS Essential Skills Wednesday, June 18 and How to Build Your Fundraising Program Wednesday, July 16. […]

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Heir(loom) time: Plant sale, Medland featured on “Good Day Wisconsin”

The UW-Green Bay Heirloom Plant sale and gardener extraordinaire Vicki Medland got some great airtime Wednesday (April 23) on Fox 11’s “Good Day Wisconsin.” In four live segments at the Lab Sciences Greenhouse, Medland, associate director of the Cofrin Center for Biodiversity, spoke with reporter Emily Deem about what’s on tap for this year’s sale. […]

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