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UW-Green Bay heirloom plant sale is May 16

On your mark, get set, let’s garden! Organizers are busy growing thousands of plants in the Laboratory Sciences Greenhouse to be ready in time for the annual University of Wisconsin-Green Bay heirloom vegetable plant sale. The Natural and Applied Sciences academic department at UW-Green Bay will host the sale Saturday, May 16, at the Laboratory […]

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UW-Green Bay to host WSMA music festival May 2

Dedicated middle and high school student musicians across the state are participating in the annual Wisconsin School Music Association State Solo & Ensemble Festival. UW-Green Bay, again one of the regional host sites, expects to welcome several thousand students, their families and teachers this Saturday (May 2) from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event […]

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UW-Green Bay to present jazz concert April 30

UW-Green Bay’s Jazz I, Jazz II, and Vocal Jazz ensembles will perform a concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 30, at the Cofrin Family Hall within the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. The event will feature a wide range of composers and arrangers, including arrangements from UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. John Salerno. Salerno directs […]

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Downtown Green Bay to host announcement of UWGB, InitiativeOne deal

Look for news Friday (April 24) about a new collaboration involving UW-Green Bay and the consulting and leadership development firm InitiativeOne, aimed at further leveraging the value of faculty, staff and student expertise and energy to benefit the larger community. A late-morning news conference is being coordinated by Downtown Green Bay, Inc., a non-profit organization […]

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Did we mention the root beer floats?


We’ve told you here before about the University Staff Assembly scheduled to take place 1:30 to 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 29, in Phoenix Room B of the University Union. It’s the first full assembly of UW-Green Bay university staff since the transition of the Classified Staff Advisory Council to a UW System shared governance group, […]

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Fundraiser for Travis Gulmire ’05


We received a special request from a colleague, a university services associate in the community sciences area, to post a note about her brother-in-law Travis Gulmire, a 2005 graduate in Business Administration. Battling leukemia for the past seven years, he’s run out of treatment options and family and friends are now trying to raise a […]

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Prevea to host ‘Careers in Sports Medicine’ program at Kress


Prevea Sports Medicine, a partner with Phoenix Athletics, is inviting UW-Green Bay students to attend the seminar “Careers in Sports Medicine” next Wednesday (April 29) from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Kress Events Center’s Special Events Room. Students will have the chance to speak with sports medicine experts to learn about various career opportunities, […]

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Choral concert features faculty pianist Rector


Our initial news release for the Saturday (April 25) choral concert at the Weidner Center should have mentioned the parts being played by new Assistant Prof. of Music Michael Rector. He will perform Liszt’s “Sonetto 104 del Petrarca” following intermission. Rector is also the accompanist for the Concert Chorale.

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Think spring… by pitching in at greenhouse at transplant time…


It is true that April is the cruelest month. Today’s rain, cold and snow showers provide the evidence. Why not warm things up with a trip to the campus greenhouse over at Laboratory Sciences? This Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (April 22-24), between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., Vicki Medland and friends are welcoming volunteers to […]

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… or, think spring by planning for May 16 heirloom vegetable plant sale

Natural and Applied Sciences will host the annual heirloom plant sale Saturday, May 16, at the Laboratory Sciences greenhouse. Doors open at 9 a.m. The event is a fundraiser in support of student research projects and guest speakers in the NAS program. Most plants are $1.75. Those looking for a specific variety of peppers, herbs […]

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