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Look for us at Lambeau: UW-Green Bay Day is Nov. 15

The on-campus buzz is growing about UW-Green Bay Day at Lambeau Field, coming up Saturday, Nov. 15. This no-cost celebration of the University’s partnership with the Green Bay Packers kicks off (get it?) at 9 a.m. and will feature a host of enjoyable activities including inflatables, face painting and other stuff for kids, live music, […]

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Snapshots: Highlights of Alumni Reunion Days, Family Weekend

Organizers of UW-Green Bay Family Weekend and Alumni Reunion Days couldn’t have been luckier with the late fall weather that greeted their events over the weekend. The most-well attended events included the horse-pulled hayrides with nearly 700 people enjoying leisurely tours of campus; the Green and White Scrimmages featuring Phoenix basketball teams; the Lambeau Cottage […]

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Alumni Reunion Days in Review

Organizers of UWGB Family Weekend and Alumni Reunion Days couldn’t have picked a more beautiful couple of days to host key fall events, which ran simultaneously, October 24-25 2014. The most well-attended of the events were the horse-pulled hayrides with nearly 700 people enjoying the slow-paced opportunity to explore campus, and the Green and White […]

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It’s #gbreunion time! Show up, have fun, hashtag away during Alumni Reunion Days

Alumni Reunion Days are here! This two-day celebration of Phoenix pride begins today and runs through the end of the day Saturday, giving alumni, friends and family members a chance to celebrate all things UW-Green Bay. Interested alums can still sign up for the event — look for the Alumni Reunion Days registration table in […]

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Food system activist Gustafson to speak Nov. 4

A sustainable food system activist, author, innovator and social entrepreneur will share her message with the campus community from 7-8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4 in Phoenix Room B of the University Union. Ellen Gustafson’s First book, We the Eaters: If We Change Dinner, We Can Change the World, was published by Rondale Press in May […]

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Spots remain for Wednesday installment of Social Media 101

There are still a handful of spots (11, as of this afternoon) available for Wednesday’s (Oct. 29) “Social Media 101” strategy workshop with Social Media Specialist Jena Richter. The session is scheduled for 3-4 p.m. in IS 1129A. The Monday (Oct. 27) session has filled. Register here.

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Registration remains open for first-ever Business Success Summit

There’s still time to register for the first-ever Business Success Summit, a daylong event being held Wednesday, Nov. 19 as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week Nov. 17-23. As we’ve mentioned here before, the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center at UW-Green Bay is partnering with Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and several other organizations to present the […]

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Halloween treats at Shorewood


Just to remind you that the clubhouse is still open for fall business and serving delicious food, we pass along this seasonal offer from our friends at the Shorewood Golf Course Clubhouse: From now until Nov. 1, order a combo meal there and have your pick of a treat from the following: Snickers, Kit Kat, […]

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360 degrees of entertainment, Saturday at the Weidner

Tickets are available for the show at 7:30 p.m. Saturday (Oct. 25) at the Weidner Center featuring the “360 AllStars.” Replace acrobats with breakdancers, substitute a basketball freestyler in place of a juggler, swap the unicyclist for a BMX flatlander, and throw in a Roue Cyr artist “and you get an exhilarating circus performance, like […]

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Reminder: Interim provost candidates available at 1 p.m. session


Two candidates for the position of Interim Provost at UW-Green Bay will be available to meet interested members of the university community at a joint, open reception from 1 to 2 p.m. Thursday (Oct. 23) in the 1965 Room of the University Union. The candidates are Stephen Edward Fritz and John H. Richert. A news […]

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