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French Day is April 29

UW-Green Bay’s second annual French Day will take place on campus next Tuesday, April 29, welcoming high school and middle school students from all over the state along with a number of French exchange students currently studying and living in Wisconsin. The event’s coordinator, Prof. E. Nicole Meyer of Humanistic Studies, chair of the French […]

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Customer Appreciation Day at Phoenix Bookstore

Those thoughtful people over at The Phoenix Bookstore have declared Thursday (April 24) to be Customer Appreciation Day. The discount is 25 percent, storewide (although some exclusions may apply).  

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Reminder: Director of Diversity interviews begin Wednesday

Four candidates for the position of Director of Diversity for UW-Green Bay will visit campus and participate in interviews over the next two weeks. The first candidate has an open forum at 11:15 p.m. Wednesday (April 23) in the American Intercultural Center. For the complete list of candidates and the open forum schedule, see our […]

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Spring 2014 ‘Quiz Bowl’ crowns its winners

Congratulations to the Broken Scissors team! Members Angela Kleinhans, Ashley Grant and James Ward won first place in the first Spring 2014 Quiz Bowl at UW-Green Bay hosted by the University Union. “The teams may have been a little jumbled, but every contestant enjoyed it,” said event organizer Alex Schwartz, who thanked each of the […]

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News from CATL: Lanter presents; teaching fellows deadline approaching

CATL presented two posters at the OPID conference in Green Lake this week. Director Jennifer Lanter presented “It’s a Need to Know Situation: A Case Study of a Needs Assessment Survey for a Teaching Center,” discussing last semester’s survey that asked faculty what they would like CATL to offer. It also covered the steps that […]

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Helping hand: UW-Green Bay team volunteers with Habitat for Humanity

Last Saturday, April 12, five volunteer UW-Green Bay staff members and two family members assisted Habitat for Humanity’s Green Bay chapter in a construction build located at 1173 Chicago Street (http://hfh-wi-grb.huterra.com/content/1173-chicago-st-0). Although the day was cold and gloomy, the group finished remaining drywall work to have the house ready for the Monday morning plasterers. The […]

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Books for a buck: Cofrin Library to host another great sale next week

The Cofrin Library is having another of its famous book sales Monday, April 21 through Tuesday, April 29, during Library hours, on the Plaza level of the Library. Popular reading, textbooks and everything in between will be for sale (look for a particularly large selection of science fiction). Everything is marked at $1 per item. […]

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ATS Lunch & Learn: Gradebooks and Dropboxes

In this workshop your friendly ATS staff will go over how to set up gradebooks and dropboxes that won’t raise your blood pressure too high as the semester winds up and winds down. As a bonus, they will explore the ins and outs of Turnitin. The workshops will be held from noon-12:45 p.m. Monday, April […]

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D2L upgrade is coming

UW-Green Bay’s D2L (Desire2Learn) is going to be upgraded June 4, 2014. The changes in this upgrade are minimal. Our friends in Academic Technology Services tell us the new version will entail some changes to the look and feel, as well as new features and improvements. ATS staff will be holding 30-minute upgrade sessions so faculty and […]

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Switching seasons: Statewide tornado drill is Thursday

Sure, the last of the snow is just melting, but Wisconsin is preparing for a statewide tornado drill at 1:45 p.m. Thursday, April 24 — and UW-Green Bay will take part. A mock Tornado Watch will be issued at 1 p.m., followed by a mock Tornado Warning at 1:45. Students, faculty and staff are advised […]

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