Category: Media Coverage

Post-Crescent Academic All-Star nominees plan for UW-Green Bay

The Appleton Post-Crescent published the names of its 2018 All-Star Academic nominees. The students were nominated by their high schools for academic achievement, extracurricular activities, community service, leadership, and character. Two of the nominees have plans to join UW-Green Bay after graduation. Paul St. Aubin, Hortonville High School, wants to study Mathematics and Education at UW-Green Bay, […]

UW-Green Bay and the Packers partner up for a history class

This fall, UW-Green Bay humanities and history students get to study the early Green Bay Packers history. Heidi Sherman, chair of the history department at UW-Green Bay, warned that the class is going to be challenging, and involve a lot more than just a regular classroom setting. The course allows approximately 70 students to research the […]

UW-Green Bay alumnus arranges deck concerts

Joel Kroenke ’81 (Urban and Regional Studies), a UW-Green Bay alumnus (Urban and Regional Studies), recently built an outdoor deck for performers to come to his hometown. Kroenke is putting together the Summer 2018 Music Deck Concerts at Cotter Creek, and this year’s lineup includes different styles of music, such as a classical orchestra. He […]

Prof. John Luczaj on Kilauea eruption

UW-Green Bay Professor John Luczaj (Geoscience) is following the Kilauea volcano’s eruption closely. For Luczaj, Hawaii’s volcano eruption has a personal connection. He recalls the spots he visited in Hawaii when studying lava flow in 1993. “I also think back to where I was, and I put myself geographically in the same spot and the […]

Gamers duked it out at the Weidner Center

Approximately 50 gamers attended the Midwest American Gaming event “Brawl by the Bay” at UW-Green Bay’s Weidner Center on Saturday, June 9, 2018. Players competed in both singles matches and doubles matches. The first place price for singles match winners was a Nintendo Switch, and the doubles match winners received customized controllers. Viewers could follow […]

Emeritus Prof. Michael Kraft on intensity of 1st Senate District race

Emeritus Prof. Michael Kraft (Environmental Science & Policy) is not surprised that the Wisconsin 1st Senate District race is gaining so much attention. Kraft explains that the nation, as well as the state of Wisconsin, might be experiencing a blue wave, which makes Republicans work hard to get their voters out. Similarly, Democrats are mobilized […]

Is Wisconsin due for a ‘blue wave’? Helpap comments on WPR

Wisconsin’s 1st Senate District election day is approaching, and the state is possibly preparing for a Democratic victory. UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. David Helpap (Public and Environmental Affairs) says its an interesting race to watch. According to WPR, Helpap says the race will be viewed as a bellwether, adding that “for the last three or four months […]

UW-Green Bay’s Philip Clampitt says social media helps build reputation

Making sure your résumé looks professional when searching for jobs is important, but social media is becoming an efficient tool to show offs kills and professionalism to hiring managers. Philip Clampitt, UW-Green Bay Chair of Communication and Information Science, was interviewed by Post Crescent on the role of social media in job search. “You build your reputation […]