Category: Newsroom

Alumna Pigeon-Metzner helps businesses with art

Kim Pigeon-Metzner ’92 (Communication in the Arts) wants her business to start a conversation. The Green Bay SCORE client and owner of KPM Arts Consulting in Green Bay says art accomplishes that goal. “I believe that art plays a significant role in expression whether it’s your sense of style, beliefs, culture or values,” Pigeon-Metzner said […]

Turbocharge in the headlines again

Its time again to talk “Turbocharge,” the partnership between the Green Bay Area Public School District, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and UW-Green Bay. Turbocharge with College Credit partnership aims to enable every Green Bay Area Public School student to graduate with a minimum of 15 credits toward a certificate, credential, apprenticeship, or progress toward a […]

Join Chancellor Miller in Turbocharge event, Tuesday, Sept. 26

Join UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary L. Miller and other education leaders at the League of Women Voters Greater Green Bay event Tuesday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. at the Brown County Library. This is your chance to learn about the Green Bay Area Public School’s partnership with NWTC and UWGB to help students earn college […]

Accounting students help with Alzheimer’s Walk

Members of UW-Green Bay Accounting Students Associated (ASA) helped out recently with the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Green Bay to help raise awareness and funds for vital Alzheimer’s care, support and research. In the photo, left to right: Noelle Poppe, Erica Kuehn, Trevor Olsen, Steve Muzatko, Sean Weliver, Kimberly Boots, Justin Mulder and alumna […]

All staff members invited to register for Fall Conference

All University Staff member are invited to register for 2017 Fall Conference: “How Do You Communicate,” presented by UW-Green Bay’s University Staff Professional Development Committee. Please check your email for the registration link! Visit the new University Staff website and find conference details under the Professional Development tab! The conference will be held Oct. 20, […]

German election discussion includes special guest

Join Prof. David Coury (German, Humanities and Global Studies) and special guest, Prof. Melanie Kintz from the University of Chemnitz (Germany) via skype, and others for an important discussion, “German Federal Elections: Predictions and Implications for the Future.” The event will be held Thursday, Sept. 21, from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Room 103 of the […]