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During Saturday’s Commencement, which begins at 11:30 a.m. at the Kress, there will be participant posting on Twitter using #GBGRAD. Also, graduating social media intern Rory Mileham will be completing his final internship task Saturday by taking over the University Snapchat account to document an inside look at Commencement. Those interested in following this behind-the-scenes […]

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Full list of Employee Appreciation Week events

Employee Appreciation Week is being celebrated May 11-15 on campus! This is a week to honor employees. The Employee Appreciation Week Work Group has put together a week of fun, and encourages all campus employees to take part in the events. See the schedule for the week. Thank you, UW-Green Bay employees, for all you […]

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Campus Cookout goes indoors; reminder on donated items

An e-mail notification was sent out to those who RSVP’d for Tuesday’s noontime campus cookout for employees that the event will be held indoors at the Kress east gym because of chilly temperatures. Here’s a reminder that those attending can donate non-perishable food or personal-hygiene items to the UWGB Campus Cupboard. (No glass, please.)  

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Common Theme chosen for 2015-16

The Common Theme for the 2015-2016 academic year will be “Engaging in Public Life.” If this sounds familiar, it is an extension of last year’s theme which was proposed by Assistant Prof. Aaron Weinschenk, Public and Environmental Affairs. In conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the UWGB and the Powers of the Phoenix: Innovation, Transformation, […]

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Freshman Move-In Day volunteers needed

Thank you to those who have already volunteered to assist with freshman move-in day on Sunday, Aug. 30, from 8:30 a.m. to noon. More volunteers are welcome. ‘Traditionally, faculty and staff have assisted our newest students as they move to campus and take that first step toward pursing their education. In the past, our Phoenix […]

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UW-Green Bay grad Davis appointed interim provost

Greg Davis, a 1981 graduate of UW-Green Bay who spent 27 years on the Natural and Applied Sciences faculty and the last year as associate provost and director of graduate studies, is the University’s new interim provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs. Chancellor Gary L. Miller announced the appointment of Davis to succeed Stephen […]

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Fireworks for Phoenix Friday

Take advantage of some of the last Phoenix Friday specials of the semester! The Phoenix Bookstore is offering double Phlash Rewards points on all purchases Friday (May 8), and wear your Phoenix gear to get 10 percent off at all A’viands dining locations on campus. Friday night includes a performance by student Chamber Ensembles at […]

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Pssssst… Here’s some inside info on the plant sale

As always, don’t share it around too widely, as it’s one of the perks of working on campus, and we don’t want to detract from the main public sale on May 16, but it’s a fact that the people organizing the annual Heirloom Plant Sale fundraiser for NAS have been known to sell a plant […]

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Reminder: Big swap on Thursday

Remember to stop by the plaza outside the University Union (and above the Student Services Building) Thursday, anytime between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for the free household and clothing swap organized by the Pride Center. You don’t need to donate to claim an item. The event is billed as both a recycling opportunity and […]

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WiSys plans UW-Green Bay open house, info session

The WiSys Technology Foundation is celebrating its anniversary and advertising its services to UW-Green Bay faculty and staff with an Open House from 1:30 to 3 p.m. next Wednesday (May 13) in Suite 307 of the Environmental Sciences Building. The mission of WiSys is to identify innovative technologies developed throughout the UW System and bring […]

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