The Professional Program in Education honored some of its finest last week during the annual Celebration of Achievement, held at the Weidner Center. The event included the presentation of 2013 Outstanding Alumni Awards, given to seven UW-Green Bay graduates in a variety of categories. Special guest speaker for the evening was Rob Davis, a 2013 [...]
Reminder: UW-Green Bay Prof. Regan A.R. Gurung of Human Development is the feature speaker in the local Current series Lunch’n’Learn program Monday (May 20) at the Ramada Plaza Hotel. His topic will be “Doing it All and Living to Tell the Tale: Fundamentals of Stress and Tips to Beat it.” More details.
Mark your calendars: “Get the Scoop” is planned for June 12, 19, 26 July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 August 7, 14 at 12:30 p.m. each of those days. Cash, check and pass points accepted — only $1.00 for a double scoop cone! Look for the cart in the Student Services Plaza.
Looking for a way to keep your team active, or get active yourself? Join Wellness Committee members and others for the May and June Fitness Challenge and Hit the Trails! Every Tuesday and Thursday from 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. starting Tuesday, May 14, join Chrisanna Colletta and other members of the Wellness Committee on a [...]
The Arthritis Foundation is looking for volunteers for its walk at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 1 at DeBroux Park (2900 Brighton Place), Bellevue. There is a need for course marshals/motivators. Course marshals have an assigned spot and help direct walkers. Volunteers will receive a course map and a designated spot they need to be at [...]
We told you yesterday about Gypsy Trip’s show in De Pere this weekend. Today, we share news of a jazz guitar concert by Profs. Brian Sutton and Stefan Hall from 7 to 9 p.m. this Saturday night (May 18) at the Art Garage, 1400 Cedar St. A $5 donation is requested at the door, but [...]
We have already brought you the names of high-achieving UW-Green Bay students who will receive Chancellor’s Medallion and University Leadership Awards this Friday evening (May 17). (See press release.) Now, we remind you that the Office of Student Life welcomes all faculty and staff members who want to show their support for these students by [...]
More than 100 friends of the University gathered for the Founders Association Spring Reception at the Weidner earlier this month. Guests enjoyed a casual environment and a chance to meet with some of our top student researchers who have exhibited posters this spring. Greeting the guests were Assistant Chancellor Bev Carmichael, Chancellor Thomas Harden and [...]
Gypsy Trip (Adam Gaines, trumpet; Stefan Hall, guitar; Lada Gaines, accordion; Michelle McQuade Dewhirst, horn and voice; Michael Dewhirst, bass) will perform at the Black Boot in De Pere, 100 S. Broadway, this coming Friday (May 17) from 8 to 10 p.m. The show is free – they invite you to come celebrate the end [...]
A pair of student-created, oversize charcoal portraits made at the recent Create-a-Thon has found a temporary home adjacent to the elevators on the 8th floor of the Cofrin Library. The large, finely detailed drawings are of Chancellor Tom Harden and Provost Julia Wallace — specifically, their eyes, approximately 10x life size — positioned to give [...]