“Occasionally blowing water from their snorkels, Jesse Weinzinger and Adam Brabant stared through diving masks into the murk of the root beer-colored water and dragged their gloved fingers across sand and gravel.” JSonline has the story about two UWGB biology graduates who are helping the DNR document freshwater mussels.
FOX 11 political reporter Andrew LaCombe looked ahead to the Democratic National Convention with UW-Green Bay political science professor Aaron Weinschenk today (July 25) on Good Day Wisconsin.
Recently in the news, Ryan Borowicz, a UW-Green Bay graduate and former Phoenix men’s basketball player recently opened a basketball-only training facility, “The Driveway.” This facility is the first of its kind in Northeast Wisconsin, Borowicz wanting to emphasize to kids that they don’t have to travel across the country to practice and improve their […]
This week (July 18-22), UW-Green Bay’s Aaron Weinschenk (Public and Environmental Affairs) makes multiple appearances on Good Day Wisconsin to discuss the Republican National Convention taking place this week in Ohio. Weinschenk will be speaking on what is to come, and providing updates as the week progresses. Here’s interviews from July 19 and from July […]
UWGB Prof. Michael Draney (Natural and Applied Sciences) was featured on Wisconsin Public Radio last week (July 13th), to discuss the major spider donation to the Richter Museum of Natural History in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall. The 10,000 specimens came from Professor John “Jack” Kaspar PhD, an arachnologist who had been collecting and researching the […]
It might take awhile to get used to seeing former Green Bay women’s basketball standout Megan Lukan wearing red. But that’s the official color of the Canadian Olympic Rugby Team roster. The news became official today. It seems the coach had quite a difficult time narrowing the roster. See more.
UW-Green Bay Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology) gave his take on violent viral videos. He spoke with NBC reporter Ashley Barnes… “I imagine watching a video on Facebook was the first time they had ever seen a dead body. It really shapes how we go forth in the world and how we interpret new phenomenon we […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (Public and Environmental Affairs) says he expects big spending ahead of elections. He was interviewed recently by Fox 11, which learned that the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has reserved $745,000 in advertising on Green Bay broadcasts and cable television from Oct. 11 to Oct. 31. “I think this is one […]
It’s more of the same — lotsa’ love — for the Weidner Center. In case you missed it, Green Bay Press-Gazeette columnist Kendra Meinert writes, “For the hundreds of touring acts who come through Green Bay each year, you might think the Weidner Center is just another stage to walk out on or the Meyer Theatre just another […]
UW-Green Bay’s Pride Center held a midday vigil yesterday to remember the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando over the weekend. Local media had full coverage of the “We Stand With Orlando Event” and related news. Video: Green Bay Press-Gazette Video: WTAQ Video: WBAY Local LGBTQ community reacts to Orlando attack